George's Restaurant

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1601 Penfield Road, Rochester, NY 14625 [Directions]
Hours (as of March 2014)
Monday - Thursday: 7:00AM to 9:00PM
Friday: 7:00AM to 9:00PM
Saturday: 7:00AM to 9:00PM
Sunday: 7:00AM to 3:00PM
585 264 1003
Wheelchair Accessible
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[WWW]2012-03-19 Penfield Post

George's Restaurant is a diner and family restaurant in Panorama Plaza in Penfield, next to Tops.

It was opened on March 3, 2012 by the owners of the former Duchess Restaurant.


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2012-04-29 19:11:30   Went here today, a Sunday, around noon. The place was packed. No surprises on the menu - a typical family-dining experience.

The four of us each had standard breakfast fare; Eggs, pancakes, raisin toast, sausage gravy and biscuits. All of the entrees were well done. The service was slightly rushed, but I attribute that to the number of tables being served.

The sound level inside was higher than you might expect - enough so that it was occasionally difficult to hear each other.

But all in all, a good family restaurant. —RichMulvey

2012-05-04 19:46:10   We had breakfast there about 2 weeks ago. As for the food, it's pretty typical for 'Greek Diner' style eats. The omlettes were decent-sized, the coffee was passable, and they actually had some strawberry jam packets on the tables (I always HATE when diners only offer apple and grape), and they don't seem to water down their ketchup (another sore spot I have with Greek diners), so in the 'diner continuum', I'd have to say they are better than average.

The owner, I'm told, used to work at the old Duchess Restaurant, and the food is remarkably similar. Penfield seems to be lacking in decent places for breakfast, so I'm sure that Georges will fill that market quite well. The restaurant used to be a 'Chinese' restaurant, but they've done a pretty decent job of altering it. It's still mostly a big open space, so perhaps they'll put in some more booths, and maybe a few dividers to cut down on the noise that another person mentioned. I just hope they don't end up getting flooded-out next time Irondequoit Creek floods, as I've seen happen about once every 5-6 years down at the plaza. —Alex-C