If you’ve been to Hart’s, you’ve no doubt run into Sallie, one of our cashiers in the front end. Sallie has the kind of warm and friendly personality that will put a smile on your face. No matter what.
On Monday, November 3, at 11 a.m., Hart’s Local Grocers and the Rochester Downtown Host Lions Club will kick off a holiday toy drive benefitting Rochester City School #58. Hart’s will be a primary collection point for this year’s drive, which runs November 3 to December 15.
Rohrbachs is Rochester’s first craft brewery and takes great pride in its local commitment. “Local has been part of our business plan all along. We have always focused on Rochester,” says John Urlaub, owner of Rohrbachs.
Let’s take a step back to 1935, when it cost just 8 cents for a loaf of bread, 11 cents for a pound of hamburger meat, and just ten cents for a gallon of gas. It’s also the year the Hoover Dam was completed, and the year Amelia Earhart flew solo across the Pacific.
“Coffee customers gotta be some of the nicest people in the world,” Joe smiles. “One of our customers is a farmer and brings in brown eggs for us every few weeks. Another customer is a baker and brings us trays of cookies.”
Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Let us help you get the meal on the table. We’re proud to offer locally pastured turkeys from Fingerlakes Farms in Interlaken, NY. We know you will enjoy these birds as much as we do come holiday time! Now taking pre-orders!
One of the most important parts of Hart’s is our people – we think they’re pretty nifty folks. Hopefully you’ll get to know and love them as much as we have in the coming months as we share their stories.