Quality Inn & Suites
8200 Park Road
Batavia, NY 14020
Phone: (585) 344-7000
Fax: (585) 343-4787
Bars & Cafes
T.F. Brown's offers food and entertainment. It offers a sports bar atmosphere and there is an arcade that adjoins the bowling alley. Live bands or DJs often play on weekends throughout the year.
Designed to give you some of the best American fast food in Batavia, Center Street Smokehouse is much recommended for those hungry souls. With checkered table cloths and contemporary posters, the decor of this place is simple but pleasant. The menu is quite diverse with delicious appetizers, grilled food, steaks and burgers. The service here very efficient and welcoming. This place also has a store where you can buy sauces, spices, t-shirts and so on. You can also host your own party or other private events here. Certainly the right place for someone who eats like a king!
O'Lacy's offers hearty Irish/American cuisine in a pub setting. Musicians will gather to play Irish music. Be sure to sample their homemade "chips" with one of their many dipping sauces.
A family owned & operated corner bar.
Opened in 2003, Brauns Bar and Grill is known for its Hawg Wings, live music and drink specials. Influenced by the owner's cross country road trips, the decor is splashed with trinkets from different regions of the country, giving it a quaint look that is charming. From specialty cocktails to beers and fine drinks, the bar is fully stocked with alcoholic beverages.
Despite our fast-paced world, the Victorian custom of high tea is growing in popularity. The menu normally consists of scones served with Devonshire cream—an extremely rich, thick cream spread—and lemon curd. Also served are tiny finger sandwiches and desserts; some tea houses also serve additional selections like mini quiche, salads, and soups. Naturally tea is served, with often a dozen or more types of teas to choose from. Josephine's Victorian Tearoom is located in a Victorian farmhouse next to the historic Hull House in Lancaster. High tea is served on Saturday and two weekdays each month by reservations only. A simple tea and luncheon is served each Friday on a walk-in basis. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This popular cafe sits inside an 1829 building which once housed the Clarence Center Post Office, hence the name. They serve a variety of coffees and specialty beverages, as well as gourmet Panini sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups and desserts. In warmer weather, you can sip your coffee on the cafe's wrap-around porch and if you have children you can order from their menu some favorites like PB&J and grilled cheese for the little guys. Beverage selections include regular and decaf coffee, espresso, specialty coffees (for example, their rich white chocolate mocha), smoothies, milkshakes, tea and Chai. Wine and beer are also served, along with liquored coffees and frozen drinks. Live music adds a nice touch to Friday and Saturday evenings. - Christine A. Smyczynski
This family owned and operated coffee shop features a variety of hot and cold beverages on the menu, along with a selection of breakfast and lunch items as well as pastries. Breakfast, which is served all day, features a number of breakfast wraps, which are cooked on a panini grill. If you want something sweet, they have muffins, scones, glazed donuts, chocolate chip cookies, and biscotti. You can even get oatmeal or yogurt topped with fruit and granola. Lunch includes a variety of sandwiches and paninis, including basil chicken breast, turkey panini, grilled cheese, and vegetarian. They also have a soup of the day. Beverages include a variety of hot drinks like latte, cappuccino, chai latte, hot chocolate, café au lait, specialty teas, and of course, fresh brewed coffee. They also have several blended cold drinks and fruit smoothies. As you leave, they will tell you to "Have a Goodrich Day." -Christine A. Smyczynski
If you're looking for the spot where the theater crowd hangs after a show, this is definitely it. Located on the border between Buffalo's Theater District and the Chippewa Club Zone, this bar-restaurant has an authentic theater feel. The place is packed, especially on weekends. There's a good dance floor and plenty of tunes to get you singing along. The food is mostly standard pub and bar fare with a dash of Italian thrown in. But people come here mostly for the ambience and good cheer. The venue is open Monday to Friday from 11:30 a.m and from Saturday to Sunday, 4 p.m. onwards.
This bakery and café features delicious pastries, cookies, tartes and other desserts. They are also well-known for their ornate wedding cakes, which are tasty as well as beautiful. Entrées include salads, like Cobb salad and julienne salads, as well as café sandwiches served on fresh-baked, hand-sliced bread. breads include sourdough, sun dried tomato, whole wheat, all grain, sour rye and white. There are several panini sandwiches to choose from, including roast beef and marinated chicken. They also have a selection of gourmet wraps, egg sandwiches and quiche. A variety of coffee and espresso drinks are served. - Christine A. Smyczynski
Al-E-Oops is one of the finest places to have a wonderful meal at. The restaurant has a casual ambiance which puts their guests at ease to dine leisurely. The assorted menu includes American specialties, barbecue and seafood delights along with a kid-friendly course to please your young ones. The waiting staff here is friendly and every ready to accommodate special requests. Besides, the restaurant also has a full front bar with amazing drinks on offer. All in all, Al-E-Oops is the perfect option for a delightful dining experience.