Rochester Pubs & Sports Bars
Looking for a place to wet your whistle? Drop in for a cold one at a local Rochester pub or sports bar. Saddle up to the bar or pull up a chair and nosh on nibblies while watching the game. Pubs and sports bars usually feature a full menu and TVs for watching major sports events. Be sure to read all about Rochester's pubs and sports bars in the descriptions below along with maps and reviews.
Rohrbach's is a family owned microbrewery and restaurant serving fresh food, ales and lagers. Be sure to try the hearty German sampler platter or beer battered fish with a pint of cold highland ale.
Molly Malone's has 10 beers on tap and Irish fare such as corned beef rueben sandwiches, lamb stew and shepherd's pie. Check their schedule for fun community events, activities and dinner specials.
Located on Lake Ontario beach, Marge's Lakeside Inn offers cocktails, music and fun. For 80 years patrons have enjoyed oldies spinning on the jukebox, intoxicating views of the lake and memorable community events.
J.B. Quimby's strives to be an old-fashioned American bar with no strings attached. They have a long list of drink specials each day and their menu features various hot sandwiches, soups and salads. Kitchen stays open late.
T.C. Hooligans is a sports pub that serves American cuisine including quesadillas, wraps, burgers and wings. For entertainment they have 30 televisions, two pool tables and dart machines for local sports enthusiasts.
Jeremiah's is a neighborhood tavern boasting 20 beers on tap and a Friday fish fry that serves beer battered fish and seafood. Check their schedule for music and karaoke nights. Free internet available.
Prepps has a different beer special every night of the week. Be sure to check their schedule for Monday night football, live DJ music nights and special barbecues. Free internet is available.
The Distillery serves fine food and drinks with sports and fun for everyone. Unique daily specials such as blackened tilapia, calamari and the tumbleweed ranch burger gives this sports pub the added distinction of top-rate food.
This Irish pub definitely sports an international flare as it's located in the heart of the historic district. They have beers from around the world and the menu reflects French bistro-style fare.
The Old Toad is a traditional British pub that strives to give a contemporary feel through an international beer list, British cuisine and vegetarian dishes as well. Sundays and Mondays are the popular quiz nights.
O'Callaghan's has something for everyone. Enjoy their spacious outdoor deck, have a game of darts or billiards and listen to live music on the weekends. They also boast 16 televisions and a web-based jukebox.
Empire Brewing Company offers a variety of home-brewed ales. The menu features cuisine that is Lousiana, Mediterranean, and Latin inspired.
At Bathtub Billy's there is fun to be had by the whole family. Each booth has its own television for watching sports, there are pool tables, darts and even a volleyball court for a quick game after dinner.