Station 55 is in the heart of the Public Market District. Rochester's Public Market has served the community since 1905. The Market is open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 52 weeks a year. With over 300 vendors, the market offers fresh produce, specialty items, general merchandise, and an array of independent local businesses. The market is surrounded by cafes, food stands, coffee shops, florists, specialty food purveyors, breweries, and more!

To learn more about the public market, check out the official City of Rochester website.

Station 55 is also walking distance to some of the best restaurants, museums and auditoriums in the Rochester area. 

Black Button Distilling: Spacious small-batch distillery offering farm-to-still spirits, tours, merchandise & a tasting room. 

Rohrbach Railroad Street Beer Hall: This craft brewery offers weekly tours & boasts a brewpub with house beers & a German-American menu.

Salina's Mexican Restaurant: Tacos, fajitas & authentic Mexican fare in vibrant hot spot energized by 90+ tequilas & happy hour.

Nox Cocktail Lounge: Quirky, laid-back spot offering craft cocktails, revisited comfort food & trivia nights. 

Lento Restaurant: Warm, softly lit space serving creative, upscale New American fare made from local meats & produce. 

Rochester Broadway Theater League's Auditorium Theater: Built as a Masonic Temple theater in 1928, this elegant space now hosts touring Broadway shows.

Rochester Memorial Art Gallery: Founded in 1913, It is the focal point of fine arts activity in the region and hosts the biennial Rochester-Finger Lakes Exhibition and the annual Clothesline Festival. Sprawling collection from medieval to contemporary works, with paintings by Rembrandt & Monet.


To learn more about what's going on in Rochester, check out the links below: