Date night to-do list

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Date night to-do list: Entertainment and eatery suggestions from four married couples of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

The (585) region is rich with culture and food—but sometimes, we take the work that happens behind-the-scenes for granted. Who are the players on stage and in the pits, really?

Many of them are locals: our neighbors, perhaps, or people we push carts beside in the grocery store. Oh, and it turns out that quite a few artists are also married to each other, which makes their schedules twice as busy.

In light of this, we asked a few couples from the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra to share their favorite local spots for date night (when they’re not busy providing the soundtrack for your date night, of course). 

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