|752 S Goodman St, Rochester, NY 14620|
Crossroads Coffeehouse was a coffeehouse in the Highland Park Neighborhood. Their space was divided into designated areas for group meetings. There was also a study hall portion for students. Free Wi-Fi available. The cafe also operated Crossroads Ice Cream in the spring and summer.
Closed in May 2015. They left the following message on their Facebook page:
Dear friends and neighbors, it is with a heavy heart that I have to tell you that Crossroads is now closed. Charlie and I have agonized over this decision. This is purely a business decision. We will miss all of you. Thank you for all the joy you have brought to us over the last four years.
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2011-09-06 13:01:41 I saw the owner ban a customer who was just asking a questionr! Crazy.for a brand new business but the coffee is pretty good! —Sarareed
2012-07-01 20:27:33 They're located right behind Muddy Waters. Odd, but it doesn't seem to have hurt either of them. I think it's because they cater to different needs: Muddy Waters is small and intimate, while Crossroads is designed for meetings and large groups. —EileenF
2012-07-14 22:37:33 Charlie and Cailin are just wonderful! Crossroads is a great place to meet, for meetings, to sit outside and drink coffee, I even had my daughters birthday celebration here! ~Jill Carlier/Rochester, NY —JillCarlier
2012-09-17 13:25:33 I love the flavor of their coffee, especially the mild roast. Can't put my finger on it, but it has a unique flavor. —MVP
2013-02-16 23:23:42 Cute/cozy place, totally noncommercial, living room feel. Coffee was very strong. This is a place just for coffee - there were a few cookies/pastries but they didn't look fresh/appetizing. Quiet, though, lots of tables and could be a good place to study. —LH
2014-02-22 11:02:26 My daughter coughed while we were waiting for our coffees. And the guy started saying how I brought a bunch of sickies into his establishment and' thanks a lot' then continues to shake his head in disgust at us. We paid for our coffees then my husband told him we won't ever come back- the man actually came after us outside while putting our children in the car and screamed that we are awful parents and shouldn't ever bring our kids out etc...I was holding my baby and being bullied by this man. It was a scary start to our Saturday morning! I never recommend any one ever go there- this man may blow up at the slightest thing. And I certainly don't recommend you bring kids in there- clearly he has some issues to work through! —SaraM