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Rochester, NY, The Ravioli Shop

stargazer Nov 12, 2006 11:34 PM

Visited Rochester this weekend and bought dinner ingredients at the Ravioli Shop [260 N.Winton Rd. 585-288-6420] Wonderful shop that makes about 12 varieties of fresh ravioli and 4 sauces, plus outstanding bread. We bought a 1lb. box of artichoke ravioli[30 to a box feeds 3], an 8 oz. container of their vodka sauce[plenty] and a semolina bread for $12.00 and feasted. As good as any ravioli I have ordered out, anywhere.

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    Zehrapushu Jul 18, 2009 02:21 PM

    We also LOVE the Ravioli shop. And that's no joke about the bread. That's 1/2 the reason to go there. I've yet to find a ravioli there that I didn't like. Great alternative to a night out at a restaurant (and better than most restaurant ravioli you can order in Rochester).

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      JazzyK Feb 10, 2007 10:54 AM

      i too think the ravioli shop is delicious and i understand that sometimes it is exciting to find a place that is good and to try and help it along in it's success. especially small places!

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        stargazer Nov 14, 2006 11:38 PM

        Sorry, did I use an inappropriate format? I've never posted before. I live in Virginia Beach, where places like the ravioli shop just don't exist. I was amazed at the high quality and [to me] reasonable prices. Guess I got carried away.

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          CindyK Nov 14, 2006 03:56 PM

          Well, even though this looks and feels like an advertisement (tsk tsk), I will attest to the fact that Ravioli Shop is delicious.

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