The Little Theater is always a fun place to go to watch movies. There is a nice cafe you can visit before or after the show which often features live music. Many films play here that do not show at some of the bigger theaters. If you're looking to watch a movie in a place with a little more character than your average theater, then this is the place to visit.
This store is not exactly huge but it does have some nice pieces to choose from. Looking through the selection was fun and the staff was helpful. I sold one of my guitars to them and received a fair price for the item. I would deal with them again.
I've visited Guitar Center a few times and have always been impressed with the large selection of guitars, keyboards and equipment. I purchased the M-Audio for recording and so far have been very happy with it. If you can get past the pushy sales people it is a nice place to shop.
Loris Natural Foods has a huge selection of organic items. Particularly nice is the fact that they carry items that are hard to find such as cat food or makeup. It can be pricey, though, so I usually only buy what I can't find at other stores.
Organic food can sometimes be difficult to find in Rochester so it's nice to have this Wegmans nearby. They seem to carry a consistent selection of organic fruits, vegetables, snacks and drinks as well as other organic non-food items such as shampoos and household cleaners.
I've taken my car here for the past few years and their customer service is exceptional. They're always polite and pleasant. They seem to do a good job, although wait times can be lengthy.
I took my kitten here after adopting him from a local shelter. He had a cold and was beginning to decline quickly so I brought him here. The vet recommended he be euthanized as, he said, his prognosis was grim, medical care would be very expensive, and he assumed he probably had some immune disease because he was so sick and had obviously been in a cat fight (since he had cuts on his face). He also told me there would be other health consequences later on because he was so sick assuming he even did survive. I chose to ignore the vets recommendation and assumptions and insisted he be hospitalized and treatment started. After a meager $200 hospital bill and few days stay he was able to come home. The vet insisted on doing blood work to rule out the immune diseases and all came back normal. This was a good idea, but the way it was handled caused me a lot of stress. I should have been told this was just a routine procedure to make sure there were no immune diseases instead of telling me that he most likely had one and that's why he should be tested. After day 1 in the hospital he was still given a grim prognosis--granted the little guy was struggling for a while, but give his immune system a chance to work! Needless to say the vet was wrong all the way around. He is now a happy, healthy cat! Other than his routine visits, he has only been to the vet once for minor eye irritation due to seasonal allergies which cleared up quickly with eye drops. Although I was not happy with the way the vet initially handled this situation, he did receive good treatment while at the hospital.
There are a lot of nice stores and restaurants in this plaza, but parking is limited as it can get very crowded. There have been occasions I've driven there only to have to turn around because there are no parking spaces. Overall a nice plaza though.