While it's undergone some changes through the years, Hicks and McCarthy has been located in the village of Pittsford for almost 100 years, and people say it's known for it's homey feel.
That's one of the reasons Whitney Wenett has been coming to the restaurant for years.
"We've been going here since I was little," says Wenett. "It's like a family atmosphere and the food is good. It's just homey."
Whitney's been going to Hicks and McCarthy since she was little, but it's been around for almost a century!
"This restaurant has been here since 1913," says David Watkins, one of the owners. "It was one of the first things going on in the village back in the day."
And in it's nearly 100 years of existence, it's seen a few changes.
"There have been several different concepts. It was initially a kind of sort of ice cream shop type place - a place where people would come to get their candy before school and after school," says Watkins.
But one thing has remained the same - it's a place people like Deborah McKnight and her daughter come to often.
"It's a special day today, because our daughter is going on her first college visit," says McKnight. "We are taking her off to Syracuse - Lemoyne College and we decided to come to our favorite breakfast place first to start the day."
So what is it about the nearly century old restaurant? Patrons say it's the atmosphere, and of course, the food.
"Breakfast and lunch is what we're known for," says Watkins. "The reality of it is, that our dinners are fantastic."
It seems the say, 'if it ain't broke, don't fix it' applies to this restaurant.
"There's always been a good response to us keeping it the way it is and keeping the name and trying to keep the tradition around," says Watkins.
One of the previous owners was British, and they've kept a little taste of that around by having a traditional high tea during the afternoon.
"I'd like to be here forever," says Watkins.