Enright's Thirst Parlor

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582 Monroe Avenue, Rochester NY 14607-3120 [Directions]
Hours (as of August 2010)
Monday - Saturday: 8:00AM to 2:00AM
Sunday: Noon to 2:00AM
585 271 0170
Wheelchair Accessible
Info Needed
[WWW]2010-08-03 Metromix

Enright's Thirst Parlor is an Irish-themed bar in Monroe Village populated mostly by hard-drinking regulars, but they're a friendly bunch. You won't be alone if stop in for a drink at 10AM on a Saturday morning. Also check out Enright's Liquor Store next door.

The exterior underwent extensive renovation in Summer 2013.


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2007-03-22 06:46:04   Well, could you tell me a bit more about Rochester... for i'd like to come to your beautiful littel town but i need to plan my journey a bit for i live in Paris (that i'd like to leave fro another place) —PhilippeBenmessahel

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2007-03-23 08:38:21   Is Philippe real or spam? —BadFish

2007-03-23 10:23:27   I've never been there, but it's on my list of places to check out - any place with the balls to call itself a "thirst parlor" instead of a bar is OK by me. —DanielMiner

2007-12-15 16:27:46   It's a top notch joint. You might find me there, and I'm top notch company. —IanLinenfelser

2008-08-15 15:10:33   This place is the quintessential dive. And not the cutesy ironic kind so popular today. I'm talking skid row, hard luck, down and out sort of dive. The type of place where a weatherbeaten bar-fly who looks like she's between the ages of 35-100 and like she put on her makeup with a shotgun hangs out. If Bukowski characters are your thing and you own a can of pepper spray, it might be worth your while to check out. —AlexD1234

2010-07-08 15:59:34   From 8:00am to 2:00am you can perch yourself atop one of the well-worn barstools and quickly engage in an interesting conversation with any of the usually friendly patrons elbow-high at the bar. A truly old-fashioned neighborhood parlor with mailslots behind the bar for those who live upstairs, cash only purchasing, regulars, newbies, nurses, cops, bankers, babes and ice-cold beer. From the young and beautiful to the old and wrinkled, one can always find a cold beverage and the warm comraderie of fellow drinkers while enjoying one of the last places people meet just to talk,laugh, cry, argue, flirt or celebrate face to face. Stop in the Thirst Parlor and buy a stranger a TUIT. (They'll explain) You'll be pleasantly surprised. —Jacksonian