|2394 Lyell Ave, Rochester, NY 14606||585 247 3211|
|975 Ridge Rd, Webster, NY 14580||585 216 1215|
|10 Cobblestone Court Dr, Victor, NY 14564||585 223 2340|
|3743 Dewey Ave, Rochester, NY 14616||585 865 0069|
|525 Titus Ave, Rochester, NY 14617||585 342 2901|
|515 Monroe Ave, Rochester, NY 14607||585 244 1940|
|1297 Chili Ave, Rochester, NY 14624||585 235 2400|
|2200 Penfield Road, Penfield, NY 14526||585 377 0009|
|Hours (as of December 2008)|
|Varies by location|
Little Caesars Pizza is a national chain pizzeria with seven locations in the Rochester area: Chili Avenue in Chili, Lyell Avenue in Greece, Ridge Road in Webster, Cobblestone Court Drive in Victor, Dewey Avenue in Greece, Titus Avenue in Irondequoit, and Monroe Avenue in Rochester.
The Little Caesars Dancer Guy on Monroe Avenue
The aforementioned individual began his dancing campaign in 2011. The "Little Caesars Dancer Guy," whose real name is Christopher McGuire, was a young man in an orange tee and a fluffy orange wig carrying an arrow-shaped sign advertising the "$5 Hot-N-Ready" special available at the Little Caesar's Monroe location. He was seen most weekdays from 3-9 on the corner of Monroe and Goodman, and occasionally on the corner of Monroe and Alexander, performing a variety of silly dances. During his tenure he became something of a fixture, boasting two Facebook fan pages (now defunct), as well as coverage in the Democrat & Chronicle (article here) and YNN. Alas, he quit his position in early January 2012 due to alleged verbal abuse from his supervisor and is now employed by Texas Blues BBQ. McGuire has also done work for Royal Crown Pawn.
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2010-04-28 11:07:54 Webster location: The cheese is a bit too fake/bland tasting for me and I'm not really picky about this sort of thing. If they used less cheese and cooked it hotter or longer it would better. Could use more sauce as well. They are so close to getting it right. —DamianKumor
2011-10-15 15:16:32 Christopher McGuire, the sign whirler for Little Caesar's of Monroe Ave, is the man! —Bammerburn