Bill Gray\'s at the Strong Museum in Rochester

Posted on: Sun, 04/06/2008 - 10:39am
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Hi All,

I contacted a food allergy support group in Rochester for restaurant recommendations in that area. She recommended a hamburger chain called Bill Gray's. There is one in the Strong Museum but she said she has heard mixed reviews about that one.

Has anyone eaten there or any place else in the Strong Museum? Do they let you bring food in?

Thanks!

LJ

Posted on: Tue, 04/22/2008 - 5:14am
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Just in case anyone plans to go to the STrong Museum...
The manager at the Bill Gray's in the museum personally handled our order and kept it "safe" for us. We had a great experience. His name is Dave and the asst mgr is Marissa.
Also, we ate at Bugaboo Creek in Henrietta. Very good experience.
Just an FYI in case anyone plans on travelling there.
Thanks,
LJ

Posted on: Mon, 07/28/2008 - 4:12am
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As long as food is not eaten in the exhibits, the Strong Museum allows food to be brought in. Also, they have somewhat relaxed rules in their "Guest Rest" rooms which are intended for nursing (although the employees have said that a little bit of baby food is generally ok in those rooms, although technically against the rules). I also believe that the Museum allows food to be brought in for parties. Overall, I have found the Museum staff to be extremely helpful and I bet they will help you to have a wonderful visit.

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