|2133 East Henrietta Rd Rochester, NY 14623|
|Status (as of January 2015)|
Infantino's Market Restaurant was an Italian restaurant on East Henrietta Road in Henrietta run by Mike & Colleen Infantino.
They closed in 2015.
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2008-02-16 19:16:14 Wife & I had Valentine's Day Dinner here. We both had the Italian Sampler consisting of Chicken Parmesan, Stuffed Manicotti and Potato Gnocchi all in a deep Red sauce. HUGE servings.
Dessert was Lemon Meringue Pie for myself and Chocolate Cake for my wife.
Drinks were just sodas-no liquor license.
We ate totally unrushed and were out in 1 hour...OUTSTANDING! —PeteB
2008-03-10 20:38:11 A nice little restaurant with a great atmosphere. The salads are good, and the bread is to die for. I wish I could say the same for the Chicken Parm—it wasn't very good, and certainly nothing special at all. Perhaps the other foods are better; I can only hope.
Other interesting notes: The pop comes in small glasses full of ice, and according to the menu you get one refill. On another note... want an extra slice of bread? That'll be 49-cents! Cha-ching! —LincolnComet
2008-08-19 15:23:59 I was not impressed with the food and less impressed with the owner, Mike. I found him to be extremely rude and arorogant, especially towards his employees. He brought one of his waitresses to tears. Shame on you Mike for treating people the way you do! What goes around, comes around, you BULLY! —Henriettalifer
2010-01-09 16:43:52 Dad and I went last night. Both had Baked Lasagna...he had Bread Pudding and I had Lemon Meringue Pie for dessert. Wonderful meal. I see Infantino's as one of the gems in the rough! —PeteB
2010-04-10 19:29:57 I concur with Henriettalifer –we also found the owner, Mike, to be extremely rude, arrogant... and worse. We were a large party of professionals, doctors, dentists, accountants, lawyers etc., many of us gay. As we were eating we noticed a wall poster that we hadn't previously seen (or we would have taken our business elsewhere) expressing opinions against homosexuals. When we told the owner that we found this offensive and inappropriate for a pubic restaurant– he responded by calling us a "bunch of queers" and making loud comments that were meant to be overheard by the waitress and other diners. He went back to the kitchen and came out approaching our table with a bible in hand. We didn't wait for any more of his incendiary comments, we paid and left our dinners unfinished. It is outrageous that in this day and age people can't enjoy a simple dinner without being harassed! —DeborahDePasquale