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About Label 7
Enjoy an intimate dinner or drinks with friends at Label 7 eatery and bar. Modeled after a Napa style bar, you will find dishes, such as truffle mac and cheese, the Calistoga cheddar burger, the Sacramento salmon and the margherita pizza. Smaller plates include fried green tomatoes, grilled wings or a tasting board that features a chef's selection of cured meats, cheeses, fresh fruits, pickles and spiced candied nuts. There is a gluten-free and vegetarian menu available upon request. Label 7 keep things interesting with a daily Napa hour where selected drinks are half price and a BYOB Monday and Tuesday. The worldwide wine list includes bottles from Italy, Australia, Chile, Germany, Slovenia and California. Label 7 also serves an extensive list of beers and cocktails.
Pittsford, NY 14534
Californian, Contemporary American, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday: 11:30AM - 4:45PM
Tuesday - Thursday: 4:45PM - 10:00PM
Friday - Saturday: 4:45PM - 11:00PM
Sunday: 11AM - 3PM
South Main Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Label 7 is also proud to offer its signature dishes through our catering service. For groups small or big, our staff is happy to work with you to find the perfect culinary selections. Label 7 uses a wood fired pizza to cook at all off site events.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Label 7 Ratings and Reviews
The 3 of us were back for a second visit. the room was a bit noisy but the service was excellent and the few vegetarian choices adequate. The chairs are very hard and no cushion was available, I was told there are 2 but they were being used. The wines offered a good selection and we were not rushed or pressured.
Label 7 had a positive presence as soon as we walked in. The place was packed, yet the host and servers were very attentive and seated us right away. The drink selection was great and we made sure to try the "Label 7 Cosmo," a perfect summer cocktail with fresh, fruity flavors. We ordered fried green tomatoes and a fresh bread plate to start. Everything tasted like it was made to order, which is what they are known for. Can't beat knowing everything on the menu is fresh from local farms and never frozen! Our server, John, recommended I try the "LA Chicken" entree. It was the best thing I had ever tasted. It consisted of two pieces of fried chicken over a delicious Belgian waffle. John mentioned when he orders it, he gets bacon on it and some hot sauce on the side, which was exactly what I did. Great advice, I couldn't have been more pleased. Although we were pretty full at this point, we had to get a dessert to share. You cannot go to Label 7 without ordering the "Doughnut Bread Pudding!" This was a perfect way to bring a close to the night, it was so rich, exciting and different from any other boring desserts that other restaurants offer. This place was the whole package with great service, unique and delicious food, and a beautiful setting. We can't wait until next time!
Dined at Label 7 many times and never disappointed . The menu has changed and our party of 3 was very happy with the fried green tomatoes, scallop salad, scallop entree and chicken pizza. Drinks were great too. We ate outside on a beautiful night. Love the renovated bar too!
The food and service at Label 7 were excellent. We were a party of three and took a taste of each others entrees and all agreed each entree was very tasty. The waiter was knowledgable, attentive and friendly. The food was a bit pricey in my opinion but we brought our own wine (Tuesday BYOB) so that helped keep our bill down. The only two cons: First, the restaurant was loud, even before it got busy. We were in a corner by the window and we still had to strain to hear each other. The other was the pew seating by the windows. Not very comfortable. The restaurant did, however, have pillows on the benches you could use for your back which did help. Overall, our group enjoyed the dining experience and would go back. We're hoping for sunshine so we can enjoy the outdoor seating near the canal.
We were there on fathers day. The waitress was slow, took too long to get our food, never said happy fathers day and it was obvious as we were there as a family. It was not busy at all so not sure why she was not more attentive. The quiche was ok. Bland and nothing else served with it. $12 for quiche is crazy - at least serve fruit or salad with it. The breakfast pizza was dry and bland. Barely any items on it but a big fat over easy egg in middle. We just expected more but was dissappointed. Not sure we would run right back there anytime soon.
The atmosphere was very nice, but we were seated against a wall near the kitchen and quickly felt forgotten about. Food was mediocre and my steak arrived although cooked well , it took quite some time to get a steak knife .I asked if I could have a different style potato and I was told, "I'm sorry, but the whipped potatoes are only for the evenings Special". I mean seriously? The coffee was so old and strong it tasted like it was made the day before, or scorched from sitting too long . I was so hoping for a nice experience and good food and I was disappointed. Not sure I will be rushing back there any time soon, nor will I be encouraging my friends to go there. I mean it was a Tuesday night, it wasn't packed. I expected better service for such an upscale ,non chain restaurant. I feel like I should have saved my money and just cooked for him myself.
We had a great meal on a busy Friday night. The service was great with an attentive waiter who checked on us throughout the evening to be sure we didn't need anything.
We ordered the bread basket that came with a delicious assortment of crusty bread and dipping oil. We also shared the cioppino filled with a wonderful assortment of clams, mussels and fish. The broth was rich and delicious.
We will definitely return soon and bring friends.
The inside decor is great, but the outside sitting area needs much help: dead potted plants (in black plastic?), ugly, big black string lights, fence is stained and needs to be painted same color trim as rest of place or replace it so you can't see behind it, wires are hanging in bunches above wait area (really?), bar needs a cover/awning or something, the ditch or incline next to fence needs filling (did I see a garbage can?). How about placemats? Even paper would be OK. Also sounds like I have the same complaint as others: service is SLOW.
Very limited menu, OK beer/wine list, service was pretty decent, but food quality and preparation was nothing special. We had an early (5:00) dinner reservation and were seated quickly in what we thought would be a quiet corner, but ended up trying to enjoy our dinner in the middle of a half dozen employees rushing all around our table, rearranging chairs, folding napkins, chatting, and running in and out of the kitchen. There was only one other couple in the whole dining room, so why seat us basically in what they knew would become a busy work area? I suppose they cater to the bar crowd and not to patrons wishing to have a nice quiet dinner. We paid, left and went across the road to Olives for desert and coffee. I highly recommend Olives ... Label 7, not so much.
Lobster Bisque for $6.00 a cup was broth with some chips of vegetables and even small pieces of what was, I suppose, lobster. It had absolutely no substance to it. There were no crackers served with the soup, but for an extra $3 you can order a bread board, but again expensive for what you got on your plate.
The salads were huge greens and the presentation on the dishes was very pretty'
The donut bread pudding sounded good but lacked in any custardy appeal. The addition of ice cream did not take away from the dry taste.
Our server was attentive but never ever asked us if we were enjoying our food.
Very weak menu choices nothing seems to go together if you would like nice dinner
There are so many places to eat in Pittsford, yet we always come back to Label 7! The menu is special, the food is delicious! When we have something special to celebrate, or the much needed date night, we always end up at Label 7! We love it! The Burger with Truffle Fries and Blueberry ketchup is a must!!
Whether your looking for that juicy burger, BEST IN TOWN, or gourmet flavors, Label 7 is a must! The friendly staff and energetic environment are wonderful compliments to the fabulous food! The time/day one chooses to dine creates a variety of experiences: outdoor live music, indoor early/late for quieter romantic dining, or traditional dinner times/happy hours lend to lots of energy! At once the diner feels welcome, whether its your first or fiftieth dining experience! And although I love the sophistication and flavors of gourmet, Label 7's Calistoga Burger is "built" to perfection (w/ cured bacon, aged cheddar...& blueberry ketchup)! It's the juicest thing going in fine dining!
We enjoyed our dining experience here, and will definitely return. Our server was friendly and knowledgeable, although it seemed like he was the only server on the floor, and it got busy. Consequently, it took a little longer to get our drinks refilled, but the food came out in a timely manner. I had the chicken and waffles (I had to try them). The chicken was battered and fried perfectly, but was a bit bland. A little salt and some spices in the batter would make a big flavor difference, I think. My dining companion had the sea scallops over risotto (a special), and raved about it even though he's not a big rice fan. We'll definitely be back to try the other menu items we saw. With the nice weather coming up, it will be nice to enjoy a good meal on their patio.
We had to wait over an hour past our reservation time to be seated. Then our service was all over the place ( never asked if anyone wanted a second round of drinks, food coming out at different times). It was very noisy which was fine for us but if you want a quiet place not here on a Saturday.
We walked in with a reservation and were told that it was be another 10 minutes and were told to grab a drink at the bar. We walked up the stairs to the bar. So loud! I doubt in 10 minutes we would have even made it to the bar it was so crowded, so we just waited. We went back down to the hostess and waited another minute in the entryway to be seated. The speaker overhead was tripping water in the entry way. Once seated, we were given water. Our waiter took our drink order. Then came back to tell us the specials. He came back once more and took our appetizer order. Finally he came back with our drinks and we ordered dinner. Then we waited. After about 30 minutes, we asked our waiter about the appetizer. It was chips and cheese, nothing that should have taken that long. He came back shortly with homemade potato chips that were cold and our cheese. The port wine cheese was very good, however 5 minutes after we received our appetizer, our entrees arrived. I ordered the pizza margharita with chicken for $21. It was the size of a Pizza Hut personal pan pizza. The ingredients were fresh but the sauce had no flavor and the crust was awful. I couldn't even eat the crust and I love bread. I could have made a better naan pizza at home. My husband had the ribeye for $34. He said it was good, but not "that" good. Since I was still hungry we shared vanilla creme brûlée with strawberries. It was one strawberry sliced in half with a strawberry sauce on the side. The strawberry sauce was the best part of dinner. We would have licked the plate if we could. The meal was not worth the $100 price tag.
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