Rubino's

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Address Location Phone
(585)
1304 East Ridge Road, Irondequoit, NY 14621 [Directions] East of Portland 544 5680
1659 Mt. Hope Avenue, Rochester, NY 14620 [Directions] South of Strong Hosp 271 0110
24 East Main Street, Webster, NY 14580 [Directions] Webster Village 265 0870
349 West Commercial Street, East Rochester, NY 14445 [Directions] Piano Works Mall 387 0760
Hours
Varies by location
Office Phone
585 544 7264
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Website
[WWW]http://www.rubinos.net
[WWW]http://rubinoswebster.com/
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Reviews
[WWW]2012-01-18 Rochester NY Pizza Blog

Rubino's is an Italian-style deli with four Rochester-area locations. The Webster location expanded into a sports pub in late 2011.

You can [WWW]print coupons on their website. Rubino's is also a supplier of meat and deli products for other food establishments.

History

Rubino's was started by Peter Rubino, a native of Sicily. He opened the first location in 1958 on Portland Avenue. In 1977, it moved to East Ridge Road in Irondequoit.

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2009-04-01 23:34:27   The webster one, at the very least, has a side business selling dietary suppliments and the kinds of products you would see at a GNC. —DamianKumor


2009-04-07 19:16:02   I used to go to the Webster location at least once or twice a week when I worked at Xerox and the tuna sub was delicious. It was so good that the memory of it still haunts me. However, I can't justify a trip out to Webster for Rubino's so I never go anymore. And judging by the guy that worked there at lunch, it was only a matter of time before he started pushing the weightlifter fuel/powders. Sounds like he finally made the leap. —BatGuano


2009-04-08 15:12:27   I love the sub bread, and enjoy many of the sandwiches. The Mt. Hope location closes pretty early (2:00ish ?). —EllenKelsey


2012-04-15 20:31:03   Fantastic Italian Deli. Sit and have a cookie and esspresso. Great deals on red wine vinegar, capers, and they carry sclafani tomoatoes. Funny Italian t-shirt and aprons. Ravioli makers galore. And best kept secret - proscuitto ends for cooking with. —xanthm