Atlas Eats

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2185 N Clinton Ave, Irondequoit NY, 14617 [Directions]
Hours (as of February 2023)
Brunch: Friday - Saturday 10:00AM to 2:00PM
Five-course Dinner: Friday and Saturday seating at 6:30PM
Three-course Dinner takeout: Friday and Saturday 5:00PM to 5:30PM
Bakery is open all hours shown above
585 544 1300
Wheelchair Accessible
Info Needed
Beer and wine
[WWW]2018-11-06 City Newspaper
[WWW]2017-08-29 Democrat and Chronicle
[WWW]2014-07-31 Democrat and Chronicle
[WWW]2013-09-30 Food About Town - Mexico
[WWW]2013-07-31 City Newspaper
[WWW]2013-07-18 Food About Town - Italy

Atlas Eats Kitchen & Bake Shop is a restaurant and bakery on North Clinton Avenue in Irondequoit. They are trying to revive the Mom & Pop intimacy of a neighborhood restaurant & bake shop. They have only 18 seats and a small [WWW]brunch menu. Fixed-menu dinners (theme changes fortnightly) are served on Friday and Saturday. Reservations (highly recommended) taken for dinner seating only; takeout dinners by pre-order only.

Opened July 12, 2013.


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2013-09-10 17:07:52   We had dinner here Saturday night, the first weekend of the "tour of Mexico" theme. Expectations were high - we were big fans of the Rochester Club Restaurant - and we were not disappointed. While the atmosphere is casual the presentation of the dinner (5 small plates) was artistic and elegant. Every dish was delicious; particularly noteworthy were the grilled shrimp in pumpkin seed sauce, the pattypan squash that accompanied them, and the pastry shells of the empanadillas. Baguette and 7 grain bread slices dipped in olive oil completed the meal. We'll certainly be back. —markjackson

2014-04-27 15:00:14   Best breakfast in Rochester. Only complaint is that their hours make it hard to eat here now often. —AdrianMartin

2016-01-24 12:34:04   Take my word for it, you don't ever want to try their fixed price dinner menu.... because if you do, we might not be able to get reservations ! Seriously, this is a wonderful hidden gem, tucked into a residential neighborhood a few blocks north of Ridge Road, and definitely worth the ride from anywhere in the area. Their breakfast/lunch/brunch stuff is wonderful, but the real high point is the fixed menu meals that they do every Friday and Saturday night. Every two weeks, the theme of the menu changes, and it is posted on their website. It is 5 courses, the only thing you need to do is pick out your wine selections (beer and other non-alcoholic options also available). We've been to many dinners, eaten a wide variety of dishes, and it's very rare to have a "miss". You'll definitely end up trying some yummy options that you never would have ordered if they had just been on a menu and you were picking. The staff is always welcoming and efficient, which makes the experience even better. If I had to think about something to complain about, it's an old building, a little drafty, and can get chilly in the winter.... bring a sweater ! —DottieHoffmann