If you’re looking for the second best garbage plate around this is a great stop. I’m from Rochester and loyalty always goes to Nick Tahoes. But if you’re on the west side this is a great stop for a late night greasy treat.
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Went specifically for the garbage plate (hots and potatos). There was no wait on a Saturday night, so we were in and out with our takeout order. Comes with two split grilled natural casing hotdogs (you can tell by the snap), country potato's and your...More
This was one of our specific stops on our trip to Rochester to have a Garbage Plate. It is your choice of meats with sides of french fries, macaroni salad, baked beans and other stuff all in one pile with a great meat sauce on...More
The prices have gone up over the years, but the size of a to go plate feels like 5 lbs of food is in it. Always hits the spot
If you are expecting fine dining this is not the place to go. What this is is a burger joint that represents who Rochester is. It's a little dirty; a little rough around the edges; but it has CHARACTER! The Garbage Plate is who Rochester...More
Best experienced late at night, Steve T (Formerly a "Nick Tahou Hots" location) is a Rochester staple and serves one of the best plates out there. For the uninitiated, the standard plate is a layer of Home Fries and Macaroni salad, 2 cheeseburgers or Hot...More
To most Rochestarians, this is the place for the classic plate. If you dont feel like driving downtown for the first place a garbage plate was served, go here. It's the exact same product, started by the same family.