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Rochester business owners adjust during water boil advisory

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ROCHESTER N.Y. (WROC) – Business owners are doing what they can during this boil water advisory to not only guarantee their customers remain happy but also safe.

Nicholas Pryor, Bar owner at Marshall Street Bar and Grill says the boil water advisory going into effect has been frustrating to say the least but it won’t stop him from running the business.

“We went out we bought soda; we bought water so we would have all that stuff. The food that was prepped today is going to be remade so later tonight there might be some items that aren’t available, I don’t see that being a huge problem because we have a very large menu here,” said Pryor.

Over at Swiftwater Brewing Company, Manager Andrew Cook says they prepared for water boil advisory way ahead of time.

“A year ago, we got a boil water advisory, and we did some plumbing to make us able to shift from city water to water in our tanks already,” said Cook.

He says anyone in the neighborhood in need of water is welcome to use the spigot located at the back garage door free of charge.

“We would like to give back to the community so anyone who wants to come in and grab boiled water from us. it’s very easy for us so we might as well offer that up to the community,” he said.

Marshall Street Bar and Grill is open from 11 AM to 1 AM, Swiftwater brewing is open from 6 PM to 10 PM.

​ ROCHESTER N.Y. (WROC) – Business owners are doing what they can during this boil water advisory to not only guarantee their customers remain happy but also safe.

Nicholas Pryor, Bar owner at Marshall Street Bar and Grill says the boil water advisory going into effect has been frustrating to say the least but it won’t stop him from running the business.

“We went out we bought soda; we bought water so we would have all that stuff. The food that was prepped today is going to be remade so later tonight there might be some items that aren’t available, I don’t see that being a huge problem because we have a very large menu here,” said Pryor.

Over at Swiftwater Brewing Company, Manager Andrew Cook says they prepared for water boil advisory way ahead of time.

“A year ago, we got a boil water advisory, and we did some plumbing to make us able to shift from city water to water in our tanks already,” said Cook.

He says anyone in the neighborhood in need of water is welcome to use the spigot located at the back garage door free of charge.

“We would like to give back to the community so anyone who wants to come in and grab boiled water from us. it’s very easy for us so we might as well offer that up to the community,” he said.

Marshall Street Bar and Grill is open from 11 AM to 1 AM, Swiftwater brewing is open from 6 PM to 10 PM. Read More NewsRochesterFirst  

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