|104 Platt St, Rochester, NY 14614|
|CLOSED May 2009|
Jimmy Mac's Bar and Grill was a bar and grill at High Falls right next to the bicycle and pedestrian Pont De Rennes bridge, Jimmy Mac's featured standard bar fare, darts, Keno and other lottery games. On the second level was the main restaurant and bar area, where old pinball machine boards decorated the walls. In summer, a balcony overlooking the scenic High Falls, the bridge and gorge opened for dining. Live music played on some Saturday nights.
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2007-01-27 14:16:58 I had lunch here today and the food was fast, cheap, and good. Unfortunately, we had to wait 15-20 minutes for our check and then waited another 15 minutes before finally going up to the bar to pay because she never came back to take our money, and we were the only people there until one other couple showed up towards the end! I enjoyed the food, though, and the atmosphere is nice. I'll be back, but I hope the service improves a bit. —RachelBlumenthal
2007-03-31 23:07:02 I've been here many times, good food, decent liquor selection and I love the generous number of "buy one get one" meal coupons in the local discount book. You can get a decent view of the falls and the laser light show. —TravisOwens
2008-04-21 10:10:55 Typical dive bar with a townie feel to it. Good pub grub. Perfect in the summer when checking out High Falls.
Watch out, on Red Wings game nights can be packed. —MrRochester
2008-12-03 18:07:17 The beer selection? Meh. The food? Meh plus. The nachos? I'd stab anyone who got between me and the plate. They are delicious with the chili! —BatGuano
2009-04-26 20:58:35 Good prices, good fries, cool views of the falls, but only fair selection of beer. Not busy on a Saturday night in April? —bjnlbn
2009-06-03 07:44:15 Word on the street is that this place is closed permanently. —BatGuano
2009-06-18 10:45:56 I tried to go there last week and they were doing construction. I talked to one of the workers and he said they were closed temporarily but didn't give a timeframe. It looked like they were doing renovations. —MichaelKrauklis
2009-07-01 11:42:52 I stand corrected, there are two big Nothnagle "for sale" signs on the building and there's no more construction activity. Single tear.
*** Seems to have closed in May of 2009 ***—MichaelKrauklis
2009-07-14 14:34:45 Confirmed. Closed for good. —MattConheady