The Rochester Arc + Flame Center is located at:

125 FedEx Way, Rochester, New York 14624

If you have questions on where to stay/eat, feel free to contact us at 585-349-7110 during our business hours.

From a traveling standpoint, the good part about Rochester and the "Greater Rochester Area" is you can pretty much get from "one side, to the other" within about 25 minutes. The Arc + Flame Center is located on the west side of Rochester in the Gates/ Chili suburb of the city. Relatively speaking, any lodging or Airbnb's in Gates, Chili, Greece, Spencerport, or Henrietta will be closest and most accessible to the Arc + Flame Center. There's also plenty of things to do in the city!

Below is a depiction of Arc + Flame relative to the downtown Rochester area. Click on the map to view in Google Maps:


Buffalo, NY: 71 miles, appx. 1hr 8 min

Niagara Falls State Park, NY: 82 miles, appx. 1hr 17min

Syracuse, NY: 94 miles, appx. 1hr 30 min

Ithaca, NY: 97 miles, appx. 1hr 50 min

Adirondack Mountains, NY: 280 miles, appx. 5hr

New York City: 345 miles, appx. 6hr


Hotel Suggestions: 

Holiday Inn Express Rochester

Enjoy a relaxing stay at the Holiday Inn, located 10-minutes from Arc + Flame Center. This hotel offers premium amenities and an ideal location off Route 104 and nearby access to Interstate 390.

[Phone: 585-663-8400]     [Holiday Inn Express Website]


Microtel Inn & Suites

Located in Chili, New York. The Microtel Inn & Suites is less than 12-minutes away from Arc + Flame Center. This hotel is also right near Interstate 490 and just six miles from Rochester Airport.

[Phone: 585-889-5690]     [Microtel Inn & Suites Website]


Double Tree Rochester

The Double Tree is conveniently located in Henrietta and centrally located to major Rochester highways and restaurants. The hotel is 15-minutes from Arc + Flame Center. 

[Phone: 585-475-1510]

[Double Tree Website]


Comfort Suites: Rochester/ Henrietta

All rooms are Studio Suites with either one king bed or two queen beds. All have a pull out sofa, small refrigerator, coffee maker and microwave. Included with rates is a hot/cold breakfast buffet, high speed wireless internet access, parking and use of indoor pool. 

[Phone: 585.334.6620]     [Comfort Suites Website]


Homewood Suites: Rochester/Henrietta

All rooms are one-bedroom suites with a kitchen/living room area and separate bedroom with one king bed. The kitchen features a stove top, full refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and dinnerware. The living room area has a pull out sofa and flat screen TV (there is also a TV in the bedroom) Daily hot/cold breakfast buffet is included in the price. Also available is complimentary high-speed wireless internet access, use of indoor pool, fitness room and parking area. 

[Phone: 585.334-9150]     [Homewood Suites Website]


Strathallan Hotel

Introducing downtown Rochester’s premier boutique hotel. Perfectly placed at the crossroads of our cultural and business districts, the Strathallan combines unique access to local highlights with an exceptional level of personal service—all in a setting that brings a history of luxury into vibrant, contemporary focus.

[Phone: 585-461-5010]     [Strathallan Hotel Website]




Rohrbachs Brewpub:

Good food and craft brews right around the corner from Arc + Flame! Rohrbach’s is one of the older microbreweries in the region and the Brewpub location has a nice array of food choices and their beers on tap. You don’t need to know which fork to use. You don’t even have to use a fork. Just have a good time and enjoy. [Directions] [Phone: 585.594.9800]


Dinosaur BBQ

One of the best places for BBQ in Rochester. Great selection of food and drinks, motorcycle memorabilia and a solid atmosphere for a casual dinner or happy hour. [Directions] [Phone: 585.325.7090


Ferrari Pizza Bar:

Featuring great food, sophisticated and fun atmosphere, and a real Ferrari in the building. Excellent woodfired pizza, amazing appetizers, salads, burgers, pasta, and wraps! Located 10 minutes from Arc + FLame in Chili. Ferrari also has locations in Webster and East Rochester.  [Directions] [Phone: 585.889.7081]


Garbage Plates (A famous Rochester dish)

The garbage plate is an example of American extreme cuisine. It was born in Rochester, New York, at Nick Tahou Hots, a landmark restaurant famous for this classic regional specialty. The earliest version goes all the way back to 1918 when it was originally called "Hots and Potatoes. --From TheSpruce Eats

Popular places to get a Garbage Plate:

  • Nick Tahou Hots: The original spot! Located downtown Rochester.
  • Dog Town: Great garbage plate, loaded hot dogs, and veggie & vegan options. Located on Monroe Ave in downtown Rochester.
  • Steve T Hots & Potatoes: A solid west side option. Only 10 minutes from Arc + Flame.
  • Jimmy Z's: Located in Brockport. Great option if you're headed west toward Buffalo, Niagara Falls, or Canada.


Rochester Attractions:

A good influencer to follow for tips on good food and beverages in downtown Rochester is Sir Rocha SaysSir Rocha Says is dedicated to helping others in the community discover new experiences and fall in love with Rochester, NY.


National Museum of Play:

The National Museum of Play is the only collections-based museum in the world devoted solely to play! The museum blends the best features of both history museums and children’s museums and provides families, children, adults, students, teachers, scholars, collectors, and others a multitude of offerings. [Directions] [Phone: 585.263.2700]


Market Place Mall:

Located just three miles south of downtown Rochester, The Marketplace offers exceptional accessibility from all parts of the metropolitan area. The center is adjacent to I-390 which funnels traffic from every interstate in the region directly by the mall. [Directions] [Phone: 585.475.0757]


Public Market:

Rochester's Public Market has served the community since 1905. Local vendors offer their fresh produce, ethnic delicacies, specialty items, and so much more. In addition, an array of independent local businesses are anchored on Market grounds and in the surrounding Market District. [Directions]


High Falls:

Once a booming mix of mills and factories, Rochester's Brown's Race Neighborhood has gone through drastic changes in the last two decades. Rochester has developed the area to allow visitors to view the water falls from all angles and learn about the history of Brown's Race, a channel built to divert water to parallel the river on the east rim of the gorge. [Directions]