All posts by Harts Team

Meet Jon Itkin, Hart’s Customer

July 24, 2015

Jon Itkin works downtown. Every work day he experiences both the city’s history and future–in its people, the architecture, and developing urban environment. He feels Rochester’s future being built as it happens. Jon lives in Brighton with his family. Between work and home is his grocery store (guess who?) Hart’s. Just a few blocks from work, along his path toward home, Jon can stop in for the meal he’ll make that night in Brighton. So he can sit in his backyard with his wife and kids, and relax.

Meet Theresa, our Delivery Supervisor

July 17, 2015

Meet Theresa Redmond, our Deliver Supervisor and Rosie Rockstar. She’s been with us since day one! With her love for people, her entrepreneurial spirit (and her background as a professional singer!), we knew she’d be the perfect person to supervise our new “Rosie” grocery delivery service!

Meet Brian, our new Beer Curator

July 10, 2015

The passing of a torch or passing of a beer, so to speak, is a special thing. With Aeron, our current beer buyer, moving on these next weeks, Brian was eager to step in, and we wanted to introduce him to you, but not without acknowledging our outgoing veteran.

Beer is Identity

May 29, 2015

Our small role in Rochester’s renaissance has been made possible by our focus on showcasing all that our region has to offer. From Youngman Farms’ beef to Paul Guglielmo’s sauces, it’s been almost unfairly easy to provide our customers with the highest quality products crafted by our own neighbors. The same applies to our beer selection. […]

Plan a Picnic with Hart’s!

May 21, 2015

Did you know that there are at least ten parks/urban green spaces within walking distance of Hart’s? We’ve teamed up with the Rochesteriat to put together a map of the best green spaces near the East End. Pick up all all your fixin’s at Hart’s (or bring your brown bag from home) and go enjoy our beautiful city!

An afternoon at Pittsford Dairy

May 15, 2015

Though Pittsford Dairy is perhaps best known for its glass bottle milks, it has also developed quite a following with its line of homemade premium ice creams. “We scooped up 10,000 cones just last week,” owner Charles Corby beams. “We don’t cut corners, either. We crush all of the Oreos by hand for several of our flavors. We go through nearly 700 pounds of Oreos each week!”