|At Woodcliff Hotel & Spa|
|199 Woodcliff Drive, Fairport NY, 14450 actually in Perinton|
|Hours (as of April 2010 via website)|
|Monday - Friday: 6:30AM to 11:00AM|
|Saturday: 7:00AM to 11:00AM|
|Sunday: 7:00AM to 10:00AM|
|Lunch: Monday-Saturday: 11:00AM to 2:00PM|
|Dinner: Monday-Saturday: 5:30PM to 10:00PM|
|Sunday Brunch: 11:00AM to 2:00PM|
|585 248 4825|
Horizons is an upscale restaurant in the Woodcliff Hotel & Spa on the hill (beautiful views of the the valley down below) just north of Eastview Mall. Access to Woodcliff is from Route 96 just south of the I-490 ramp as well as from Route 250/Mosley Road.
Their Sunday Brunch buffet includes a carving station, extensive breakfast, salad, dessert tables, as well as choice of a mimosa, screwdriver, or bloody mary.
They're supposed to have pianist to play during your meal, but sometimes he doesn't show up. 1
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2008-02-15 14:23:27 The wine list was extensive and excellent. Their regular menu had looked intriuging when we viewed it online, but it was AWOL for the evening, replaced with a Valentine's Day-specific menu with only a very few entrees on the list (a fact that was not imparted to me when I made reservations). Prices were very high, the portions were very small (we're not big people or big eaters but we left hungry), and most unforgivably the food was just plain awful. My lamb chops were mediocre, and the roasted potatoes they were plated over were cold, dry and disguisting. My fiancee's chiken and shrimp combo meal was much worse—borderline unpallatable. The shimp were undercooked and limp, the chicken was bland and tough to chew. Service was slow. We will definitely not be returning. On the positive side I will say that if you just want to look at your food and don't intend to eat it, Horizons does plate their food quite beautifully. —KurtSample
2008-08-05 10:36:15 The food is ok at Woodcliff. The interior is very 1995, but the entire hotel is getting a redo so that may have changed by now.
The offer a rubbish plate, an upscale version of a garbage plate with items such as elk and duck on the plate, so that was interesting. Gap Mangione performs often and always has a nice jazz performance on the weekends. Ok fine dining option. —MrRochester