Stay Safe this St. Patrick’s Day Weekend!

One of the biggest celebrations of the year is coming up: St. Patrick’s Day. In a sea of green, it can be tough to remember reality. The day can be a lot of fun, especially with the parade and St. Patrick’s Day festivities, but it is important to remember to stay safe.

How did St. Patrick’s Day even come about?

St. Patrick was the Patron Saint of Ireland. But, he wasn’t even Irish! There are many tales and legends about St. Patrick’s legacy in Ireland, but many of them lack in truth. According to stories, St. Patrick drove all of the snakes out of Ireland. However, this cannot possibly be accurate because there were no snakes in Ireland in the first place.

Festivities started in Ireland on the anniversary of his death. However, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations became popular in the United States when the Irish immigrated to America. Parades formed and the Irish gathered to party and celebrate their heritage in their new country.

A big part of this holiday is drinking. Unknown to many current partygoers, there is actually a reason behind this. During the original celebrations, Christians would put aside their food and alcohol restrictions for lent just on this specific day. Because this was a one-day pass, the Irish Christians would usually go all out.

Activities in Rochester on St. Patrick’s Day:

Feel like starting the day early? At 9:30am on St. Patrick’s Day, there is a 5-mile run. Johnny’s 20th Runnin’ of the Green starts at the Blue Cross Arena. You’ll be done before the parade starts, so you can still enjoy all the Irish festivities!

Alternatively, there is a Luck of the Irish 5k. The interesting thing about this race is that it is virtual. You can run or walk the race anywhere and anytime before St. Patrick’s Day. All your race materials will be mailed to you.

At 12:30pm on St. Patrick’s Day, Rochester hosts a St. Patrick’s Day Parade. The parade route runs down East Avenue and Main Street. Get there early, the streets fill with people fast. There will even be a Rochester Parade App. You’ll be able to see the parade route, the schedule for the day, and information about the event.

In honor of this special day, check out all of Rochester’s local Irish restaurants, stores, and pubs. Right near RIT, there is Shramrock’s Irish Pub, MicGinny’s on the River, and MacGregor’s Grill and Tap Room. After a long day at the parade, these are a few perfect places to grab a great bite to eat close to campus.

Tips on how to Stay Safe this St. Patrick’s Day:

Although it is important to have fun on the big day, it is also important to remember reality. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, more than 1,800 college students die a year from drunk driving and binge drinking. Even if you don’t think you’ve had a lot to drink, don’t drive unless you stay completely sober. Rochester has just recently introduced Uber and Lyft into our area. It is a great and safe alternative to driving on St. Patrick’s Day. Have their apps downloaded onto your phone ahead of time, just in case you need to end up using them. If you’re driving with a designated driver, don’t distract them. There is a lot of driving accidents on St. Patrick’s Day. Even though some are out of your control, it is important to always be aware and prepared on the road.

In the case of an emergency off campus, dial 911. In the case of an emergency or situation that you need help with on campus, you can either dial 911 or call public safety. Here is a list of public safety’s phone numbers. It is a smart idea to save them into the contact list on your phone, so you have them prepared if you need them:


(585) 475-3333


(585) 475-2853


(585) 205-8333

Additionally, public safety now has their own app. Tigersafe is a campus safety app that provides students with instant access to campus safety resources. Download it in the app store today; it may come in handy when you really need it.

Have a great, safe, and (hopefully) warm St. Patrick’s Day Tigers!

What to do in Rochester over Spring Break

So your spring break plans fell through. Or maybe you didn’t have any spring break plans to start with. Fear not. Just because you’re spending the week alone doesn’t mean it has to be a dud. Here are our top suggestions for what to do this spring break if you are spending it solo in Rochester:

Explore the city

When school is in full swing, it can often be hard to find the time to take a day or even afternoon to travel around. Maybe you think that Rochester isn’t even that interesting. Well think again, the city has so many gems. You can visit some of Rochester’s best parks like Cobbs Hill Reservoir or Highland Park to get views of the city, or you can go cafe hopping and find the best coffee spots in the area. If you want to know more, read our article about our picks for the best espresso in town.  


Now let’s be honest, we all have that pile of books that we promise ourselves we will get to eventually, yet in the end we never quite seem to get to them because there is an even bigger pile of required textbook reading that we’re struggling to get through. The sheer volume of text we get thrown at us in college is often enough to deter us from picking up any other type of reading. But – if you have some spare time on your hands this break, why not open that book that has been sitting on your shelf and gathering dust – whether it’s fiction, a biography, a memoir or an advice novel – taking the time to read for pure enjoyment can be some of the best “me time” out there.

Visit the Strong Museum of Play

Although during most of the year, we’re in #adulting mode, why not take the break to let your inner child out? And what better place to do that than Rochester’s own Strong Museum of Play. Taking a step into the museum, you will be transformed back into your childhood. You can play with kinetic sand, walk through an upside down, forced perspective house, or take a stroll through a mini Wegmans – the possibilities are endless.


Okay, okay – before you laugh and scroll right past this point, hear us out. Spring is right around the corner, so why not take the opportunity to clean your space a bit before the second half of the semester hits? A clean space can make you feel more calm and overall more productive. And if you’re not really into the whole cleaning thing, try making it more enjoyable by blasting some fun music, listening to a new podcast, or timing yourself and racing to see how quickly you can finish!

Catch a movie at an independent movie theatre

With Oscars season right behind us, movies are fresh on our minds. Most of the time though, the biggest question while we have when watching the Oscars is, “Where do I even watch that?” Well, you can often find Oscar nominated shorts or documentaries playing in smaller, independent movie theatres, like the Little Theatre, here is Rochester. These theatres have a more intimate feeling and often put on special events and showings – check them out!

International Women’s Day

Today, March 8, 2018 marks International Women’s Day! Rochester, New York is lucky enough to be filled with countless women who have made their mark on history. From suffragists, to activists in the Women’s Rights Movement, to members of Rochester’s Chamber of Commerce, today is all about honoring them.

Susan B. Anthony

Born in 1820, Susan Brownell Anthony is one of Rochester’s most famous women activists. Known for leading the Women’s Rights Movement here in Rochester, she was a pioneer crusader for the movement across the entire United States. Susan B. Anthony’s countless efforts and drive for change assisted in the implementation of the Nineteenth Amendment in our country. This amendment granted women the right to vote. Susan B. Anthony also led multiple campaigns against alcohol, and was president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. The National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House is located here in Rochester, and is the site of her famous arrest for voting in the year 1872. The house is open Tuesdays through Sundays from 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and is $5.00 for students with a valid ID. Susan B. Anthony’s gravesite is located in Mount Hope Cemetery in Section C, Plot 93. There are multiple markers throughout the memorial park that help visitors find the famous site.


Mary Jemison

Mary Jemison, another famous woman from Rochester, NY was a frontierswoman who was kidnapped by French raiders, and was eventually adopted by the Seneca tribe as a young adult. Born in 1743, Mary Jemison’s statue now stands in Letchworth State Park. After becoming completely assimilated into the Seneca’s culture, she decided to remain within the tribe, instead of returning to her British culture. After some time, Mary Jemison owned her own land, and had children. Her story demonstrates the suffering of the many captives among Native Americans, and their women specifically. Mary Jemison is buried at Letchworth State Park, and the site is open for all to visit.


Martha Matilda Harper

Martha Matilda Harper was born in 1857, and is often referred to as the “Greatest Businesswoman of all time.” She not only pioneered retail franchising, she invented an entire industry that still stands today. Martha Harper was bound to servitude from an extremely young age, and eventually learned hair techniques from a holistic doctor. She grasped everything she learned from the doctor, and in 1882, Martha Harper immigrated to Rochester, NY. The young entrepreneur and inventor went on to building an international network of hair salons. Martha Harper used the skills and secrets that the doctor had shared with her, and at the company’s peak, there were more than 500 franchises and countless products. Some well-known clients that Martha Harper had the opportunity of working with were Jacqueline Kennedy and Susan B. Anthony. Martha Harper died in 1950, and her gravesite can be found at Riverside Cemetery, here in Rochester.


Lovely Warren

Lovely Warren was born in Rochester, NY, and was the city’s first female and youngest mayor ever. She is the current mayor of the city, and previously was the President of the Rochester City Council. This American politician and businesswoman got rid of the city’s red light cameras in line with her efforts to reduce the city’s poverty rate. Reelected in 2017 for another 4-year term after winning 60% of the vote, she hopes to engage in further development of the eastern Inner Loop, and hopes to also increase development in Bull’s Head on West Main Street.

There are also plenty of Rochester Institute of Technology women alumni, who have honorably contributed to our campus and society on many different levels. Check some of them out!


Nancy Jurs

Nancy Jurs is a nationally celebrated ceramics and fibers artist. She graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1963.


Cassandra Straubing

Cassandra Straubing graduated in 2010, and currently resides as the Glass faculty head and studio coordinator at San Jose State University in California. She also serves as the President of the board of directors for the International Glass Art Society. Her work has been displayed nationally.


Patricia Moore

Patrica Moore graduated in 1974, and is an industrial designer, gerontologist, author, and educator. Patricia Moore has been named by ID magazine as one of the 40 Most Socially Conscious Designers in the world.


Marilyn Bridges

Marilyn Bridges graduated in 1979, and is an aerial photographer. Her astonishing photographs have been displayed across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Her work is included in over 50 collections.


Brittney Lee

Brittney Lee graduated in 2006, and is known for her visual development on Disney’s “Frozen.” As of 2015, “Frozen” was the highest grossing film of all time. She has also worked on “Zootopia.”

Today is to honor the women who have made tremendous impacts on history. Whether suffragists, or Rochester Institute of Technology alumni, all have contributed to society in a variety of ways. Let’s use today to honor these women.

Last Minute Valentine’s Day Shopping: The Right Way

The day of romance, kisses, hugs, and most importantly presents is right around the corner: tomorrow is Valentine’s Day. Let’s face it, most of us probably still don’t have a present picked out for our loved ones. We are all busy with classes, it’s hard to make time to the mall to find something special. But time hasn’t run out yet! Don’t settle for a quick run to Wegmans to get  boxed chocolate and flowers. We know there is a time crunch and the clock is ticking. Luckily for you, there is a store right in Global Village where you can get unique, cool, and meaningful presents.

I sat down with Wendy to see what Shop One is all about.

What is Shop One?

Shop One is a store for RIT-made arts, crafts and designs. The majority of the work in the store was made by someone affiliated with RIT. Most of the items are made by alum, but there is some student and staff created items as well.

“People often wonder ‘Why is all this stuff here?’, but it is because these artists have an RIT connection.” We try to have some fun choices here that are affordable for students to buy for themselves, their family members or their friends.”

Why do you think it is important to get unique gifts for Valentine’s Day?

“I think the first thing to do is to come in and explore. You might find something you haven’t even thought of. Each thing in here is personal, a lot of items are handmade. It isn’t that commercial mindset that often is a part of this holiday. There is such a wide variety of approaches at Shop One. If you want to give someone a gift, you think about why you like that person and why they are unique and you kind of want to acknowledge that in your present and it is a great way to show them that you appreciate them. If you go to a commercial store, there is a lot of stuff that is manufactured overseas and you might find something that is inexpensive, but doesn’t have the same feeling.”


What do you have in the store that you think could be great presents?

“We have these student made knitted hats, and the price is pretty good. We have these cool little zip pouches that you cankeep your ID in, and they’re hand made! We have a good selection of cards and Valentine’s Day cards. I think these are cool, we have these origami earrings. We have music boxes, those are really cool. We have some interesting stretch bracelets. We have higher end jewelry, of course, but many times student’s are looking for something a bit more affordable. A lot of the jewelry we have lies in a twenty to thirty dollar range, which isn’t too bad. Those are just some of the things student’s could buy, but I encourage everyone to come in an look to see if there is something that fits the person they are looking for!”


Check out this special deal Shop One is offering for Valentines Day:


The best part of buying your Valentine’s Day gifts at Shop One? They’ll wrap it for you. Head over to Shop One ASAP to find the perfect gift for your loved one.

F&A Spotlight: RIT Venture Fund

RIT Venture Fund is a multi-million dollar investment fund that has supported the growth of numerous entrepreneurial ventures over the past three years. Many students and alumni aren’t yet aware of the RIT Venture fund, but its impact is growing.   

Here are five facts that help explain exactly who they are and what they do. The RIT Venture Fund:

  1. Provides investment capital and guidance to innovative start-up companies that have strong ties to RIT. The fund can provide some seed capital to help get your business off the ground or help steer you in the right direction.
  2. Requires strong ties with RIT. Eligibility for funding is restricted to companies that have some affiliation with RIT. Companies that are founded by alumni, faculty, staff, students, and RIT Venture Creation client companies are all eligible to apply for funding.
  3. Invests in a wide variety entrepreneurial ventures, including companies that operate in the financial technology (fin-tech), telecommunications (telecomm), and additive manufacturing industries. All of the fund’s portfolio companies have really unique stories that reflect the depth and breadth of knowledge of RIT’s student and alumni populations. The fund primarily invest in companies that are focused on the creation of new intellectual property in areas that complement RIT’s core academic competencies, such as; imaging, design, sustainability, and technology.
  4. Hopes to enhance Rochester’s growing entrepreneurial ecosystem. The fund made its first investment just 3 years ago and since that time has invested $2.3 million in support of 12 different companies.
  5. Makes investments in companies in various stages of its life cycle, but primarily focuses on companies that are still in the “startup” stage. Other investment criteria include: having an established leadership team, having a product or service that demonstrates a clear market opportunity, having a sustainable competitive advantage, and the ability to provide investors an attractive return.

I sat down with Gregory Van Laeken, the Business Manager and Analyst for Global Programs and an investment manager for the RIT Venture Fund to ask some essential questions:

Will this fund eventually run out of money?

This specific fund is actually named RIT Venture Fund I, anticipating the need to launch additional funds in the future. RIT Venture Fund I was initially funded several years ago from the operating budget of the university. Once all of the money from this fund has been allocated to the various start-up companies in the portfolio we will look for ways to raise additional money and likely start a new fund. That said, our hope is that RIT Venture Fund I will continue into perpetuity as an “evergreen” fund. Returns on our investments will be put back into the fund and used to support new companies and new ideas long into the future. However, on average, it takes nearly 7 years for investments in start-up companies to start paying dividends and our first investments were made just 3 years ago.

How much do you typically invest in a company?

We currently have 12 companies in our portfolio and the average amount invested in each company is roughly $185,000. The maximum amount that we would invest in any given company is restricted to 10% of the overall fund, or $350,000.  We will oftentimes make multiple investments in a company at different stages or once certain milestones have been achieved. The initial investment into any given company is typically in the range of $100,000 to $150,000.  

Why do you think the RIT Venture Fund is important?

“I just think that it is great for the community, in general, to have thriving small businesses. Supporting these start-up companies will create employment opportunities and contribute to the overall health of the local economy. In this region we’re all too familiar with the tremendous success and then the eventual decline of our area’s largest manufacturing employers. But new jobs in innovative areas of the economy are constantly being created by these start-up companies. We hope that the RIT Venture Fund can play an important, albeit relatively small, role in fostering an environment that values entrepreneurship and creativity.”


The RIT Venture Fund is a truly interesting aspect to RIT. Check out some of the companies that RIT Venture Fund has supported:

Embracing Winter: Winter Activities to Check Out Around ROC

Winter is upon us. Whether you’re a Rochester native, sitting around knowing it’s only going to get colder and snowier, or whether this is your first time seeing snow, the winter can be a time where going outside feels like the most daunting task in the world. It’s cold, it’s wet, it’s dark – bleh – we get it, not exactly shorts and tshirt weather.

However, cabin fever can be a real thing, so if you’re feeling cooped up or you actually love being outside, winter snow sports and activities are your answer. Rather than trying to hide away from the winter (it’s not going anywhere anytime soon) – embrace it. What better way to do so, than to take advantage of the cold and snow and participate in activities that require those conditions.

Ice Skating

Ice skating is probably your quintessential winter sport, the first thing that comes to your mind. It’s a great option for most people because even if you have never ice skated before, it’s not too expensive to try and you can usually figure it out before too long.

Your easiest option, if you don’t want to leave campus, is our very own Frank Ritter Ice Arena. You can visit their website for public skate hours as they change weekly. If you decide to go – the arena is only $2 for students and $3 for rental if you need them – what a steal! Make sure you also keep your eyes peeled because they sometimes offer free skate during the year. If, however, you are feeling more adventurous, you can go downtown to skate at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park outdoor ice rink. It’s located in the East End District of Downtown Rochester and adjacent to the Strong Museum. You can get there by bus 24 that runs from RIT, so you can get there even if you don’t have a car. An ice skating pass is $5 and skate rental is only $3, so the trip won’t break your bank and it’s a great opportunity to get to know the city better. Bonus points if you get to ice skate while it’s snowing outside – it really starts to then look like a scene straight out of a Hallmark movie. The park also does special events like free skate on NYE with live music.

Snow Tubing

Finding this activity was such a great surprise! Glacier Ridge Sports Park in Spencerport offers Glacier Hill Snow Tubing. It’s only about 20 minutes away from RIT and you can get 1 hour passes starting at $12. The hill is open mostly on the weekends only, but it seems like a fantastic way to spend a Saturday afternoon with some friends, gliding down snow-covered hills. It’s also a great option if you’re not feeling particularly sporty that day but still want to experience some great winter snow fun. You can visit their website to book your adventure.

Downhill Skiing

This list would not be complete if we didn’t mention skiing. Would winter even be complete without skiing? Whether you’re a seasoned skiier or you’re just looking to dip your toes in for the first time, Bristol Mountain is probably your best bet for skiing close to Rochester. It is only about a 50 minute drive from RIT. They currently even have a Friends & Family Night special where a group of 3 can ski or ride for $75 from 4pm-close on Saturday & Sunday nights ($25/person). That also includes discounted rentals and an advertised free 5pm lesson which is based on terrain and instructor availability – so while we cannot vouch that they are always available, it still seems like a very good deal. 

Cross Country Skiing

If the thought of downhill skiing terrifies you or if you’re simply looking for a more low-key outing, you could consider cross country skiing. It’s way less intimidating and the boots are way more comfortable. Cross country skiing is also a lot easier and faster to pick up. This sport can be tricky, however, because not all places have ski rentals.

Mendon Pond trails are highly regarded because they get groomed for the Pittsford-Mendon high school team. However, they don’t provide any rentals. The Genesee Country Village & Museum also has cross country skiing on Sunday afternoons and although they encourage to bring one’s own equipment, they usually have some on hand. For a full list of places to cross country ski in ROC visit this website.

Winter Running

Winter is often the time when even those of us who love to run tend to fall off the bandwagon because it’s just so cold and dark. On top of it, the gym is stuffy; there are numerous excuses. So if you’re looking for some mid-winter running motivation, you should check out Yellow Jacket Racking. This year, they have organized the Snow Cheap Winter Trail Series, a series of short mid-week races that happen through January and beginning of February. Each trail race is 2-4 miles each,  and locations alternate between Seneca and Webster Park. The races occur in the dark (headlamp required), snow or no snow, so come prepared. You can sign up for all the races at once or just a few individual ones on their website.

Mendon Ponds Winterfest

Now if the thought of winter sports just makes you shudder and you can’t think of anything worse than winter running, fear not – we have an activity for you too! On January 14th, Mendon Ponds Park is holding their annual Mendon Ponds Winterfest. The event is FREE – always great for college students and you can go to learn about and try out winter activities such as ice fishing, snowshoeing and ice boating. You can always just go for the nice winter walk too.

Those are our recommendations for winter activities – have you visited any of these places? What are your favorite winter activities? Let us know in the comments on our Facebook page! 

RIT Summer Bucket List

The First Day of Summer is here!

June 21, the first official day of summer. With the first day of summer upon us, the Behind the Bricks team created the ultimate Summer bucket list for you to try and complete before the first day of the fall semester. We challenge you to try every single item out and track your progress using the hashtag #RITSummer. Good luck!

Eat at every dining location on campus

There are various dining locations that are open during the summer time at Rochester Institute of Technology. Whether you are craving a burrito, a gourmet cup of coffee, or a garbage plate, Dining Services has you covered. For a list of summer dining locations and their hours of operation, visit:

Run the loop

Whether you are interested in getting your fitness back on track, or have some spare time during the day, running the loop around RIT is a great option. Summer is the perfect time to take advantage of the 3.14 mile running path. For more hiking and running trails, check out:

Try every Starbucks drink at Barnes and Noble in Park Point

The drink selection at Starbucks in Barnes and Noble in Park Point is endless, so it really will be a challenge to complete this by the end of summer! Whether you are interested in a frothy frappuccino or a refreshing cold tea, Starbucks is the place to go. While you’re visiting Starbucks, take a peek at the awesome summer deals going on in the apparel section of Barnes and Noble!

Volunteer at RIT FoodShare

RIT FoodShare is located at 113 Riverknoll, within the Apartment Area West office. FoodShare is constantly in need of volunteers. Open Monday-Saturday, stop in if you are looking for some volunteer work this summer! Check out for more information.

Count how many steps it takes you to walk the entire Quarter Mile

You can find this bullet on nearly every RIT bucket list out there, but hey, if you have the time, go for it! The Quarter Mile starts at the compass statue outside of Kate Gleason dorm building, and extends all the way to the infinity quad, just past the Wallace Center. The Quarter Mile is actually 0.41 miles long, not 0.25, so be prepared for a long walk!

Visit Rochester’s Public Market

The Rochester Public Market runs all 52 weeks of the year, and is a great way to embrace the culture of our campus city. RIT even has shuttles going out there some weekends! Running since 1905, the Public Market is held on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Whether you are interested in picking up some fresh produce, or getting off campus, the Public Market is for you. For more information, visit:

Try every smoothie on Ultimate Smoothie Blendz (USB) menu

Who wouldn’t want to be constantly refreshed and cooled down by delicious smoothies? With greens and protein options available, there’s a smoothie that will satisfy whatever you are craving. Pick up a smoothie at Beanz, or Crossroads!

Get a new hairstyle at Shear Global

Starting the Fall semester with a new hairstyle is the perfect way to boost your confidence, and make an impression. Shear Global is open Monday through Friday, and accepts walk-ins. If you want a trim, a blowout, or a completely new hairstyle, Shear Global has you covered. The salon accepts Tiger Bucks as a form of payment. Check out their website for more detailed hours:

Try every flavor of ice cream flavor at Ben and Jerry’s

With more than 60 flavors, this is sure to be a challenge to complete before the end of the summer. Ben and Jerry’s is located in the center of the Student Union next to Brick City Cafe, and across from Nathans Soup and Salad. Next time you pass through the SAU, stop and try a new flavor!

Go camping at Letchworth State Park

In need of a trip off campus? A 40 minute drive from RIT will take you to the “Grand Canyon of the East;” Letchworth State Park. The park has something for everyone including; kayak rentals, cabin rentals, bonfires, hiking, you name it. If you gather a group of friends for a weekend, the cost to rent a campsite is relatively inexpensive. Embrace the great outdoors while you can!

Go to a concert in the Rochester area

Rochester is packed with endless concert venues. If you are interested in a smaller venue, check out the upcoming concerts at Waterstreet Music Hall. Want something a little but bigger? Main Street Armory is for you. Even bigger? Blue Cross Arena hosts popular artists and bands all the time. Rochester also offers plenty of free concerts. If you want to stay close to campus, Park Point holds a free concert series during the summer months!

Skate at Frank Ritter Ice Arena

Although this isn’t something to do outdoors this summer, open skate at Frank Ritter Ice Arena is always an option for inexpensive fun. Open skate is offered year round, and summer is a perfect time to try it if you haven’t gotten a chance to during the academic year. Visit for summer open skate hours.

Eat a garbage plate

This may not be the healthiest option, but garbage plates are a Rochester staple. Crossroads offers a Garbage Plate as an on campus option, but Nick Tahou’s and Henrietta Hots have THE authentic plates you have to try.

Visit Salsaritas for Taco Tuesday

Who wouldn’t want to celebrate Taco Tuesday? Visit Salsaritas on Tuesday for a meal deal. Grab yourself some loaded tacos, queso and chips, and head outside to take in the Rochester summer sun. Open on Tuesday’s from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Taco Tuesday is a great option for lunch or dinner!

Go for a swim in the pools in the Student Life Center

The multiple pools in the Student Life Center are often taken for granted by members of the RIT community. The SLC offers a lap pool with multiple diving boards, a recreation pool with a whirlpool, and a large hot tub. Cool off from the summer heat by stopping in the SLC for a quick dip! Check out for updated hours.


Do you think we’re missing something from this list? Send your ideas here!