|Former Location||Union Station Entrance, 2-2010|
|309 University Ave, Rochester NY, 14607|
|CLOSED (as of 8/10/2010)|
Union Station Diner was a new diner in the old Webb's/Mamasan's building on University Avenue, that featured some delicious versions of favorite Rochester diner meals.
As of August 2010, it appears to be closed. The sign on the store has been removed.
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2010-02-01 10:12:41 I've been to this place a few times already for breakfast, and so far I think it's excellent. The food is great, and they seem to be striving for doing as much from-scratch cooking as possible. I was sad to see Webb's go, but Union Station is a worthy successor... go check it out! —RyanGriffith
2010-02-13 20:01:19 Have been to Union Station a few times since its opening. My husband and I were also sad to see Webb's leave, but have been quite impressed with its replacement. Good selection of food, well-cooked, and cheaper than most diners. While on our first visit the service wasn't stellar, that was very shortly after they opened, so they get a free pass. Service has been more than adequate on every recent visit. Would recommend without reservation. —LePetitChien
2010-02-14 12:40:26 The basic breakfast menu, but everything we tried was good, and service was friendly and attentive. Hope they do well, this has been a tough location every since Mamasan's left. —DottieHoffmann
2010-02-25 15:20:07 I just had lunch here. The menu is surprisingly large, and breakfast looked great. I had a special: spinach salad. My colleagues had sandwich wraps. The consensus was the same: DELICIOUS! I finished everything with a chocolate milkshake. It was really good, and it brought all the boys to the yard (I had to, I'm sorry). I definitely suggest supporting this new venue. —ChrisThompson
2010-03-01 20:28:01 I finally made it down to Union Station on Sunday morning, and I came away thinking it's probably one of the best kept secrets in Rochester. The service is very friendly and attentive, an especially nice touch after a rough night. One detail I really liked was the low counter and chairs, it feels really sturdy and comfortable. Contrast this to some places where you feel like you might tip off your stool or you're in a high chair. The food is also fresh and excellent, I highly recommend the custom omlettes! —AdamFuller
2010-03-12 11:38:46 This place is my favorite Rochester diner. Been here twice now for breakfast and the food is great - good quality, unique dishes, and great prices. A great combination of all the best attributes in a diner! Try out the station skillet! —goldengirl217
2010-04-11 10:25:41 Pretty good diner with a neat selection of items and laid back atmosphere. We ate breakfast here on a Sunday morning around 9am. It wasn't packed, but started to get busier by the time we were leaving. The service was a little slower than your typical diner (food took a while to come out) but it was good :) Everyone was friendly and there were some cool things on the menu like the station skillet which was delic! The price is also right - not overpriced such as Jines and the like - but quite reasonable. —AutumnMarie
2010-04-15 11:09:41 Great food, Great Service and the price to match. Have been in with my family on two different occasions. Had both breakfast and lunch. For a diner that just opened, felt like it was running for years. Skillet is the best breakfast dish I have had in a while. —rochesterlandmark
2010-08-24 14:27:34 It appears they've closed. :(
They weren't open several Saturdays and Sundays when I went there hoping for some good eats, and just the other day I saw that their sign was down.
It's really too bad. The food was great. I guess it's just a bad location. On weekends there was a fair bit of traffic, but I'm guessing it was during the week that it suffered, as it's not very close to businesses. —elvo86