Spring is the perfect time for quick farm-fresh meals. LivCo boasts an amazing food and dining scene, with its array of farm-to-table restaurants, fine-dining options, international eateries and more. However, we get it — sometimes, when you’re running to and fro, exploring all the adventures that the county has to offer, you just don’t want to stop and sit down for a meal. You want to grab something convenient and be on your way.

Luckily, in LivCo, prioritizing convenience doesn’t mean sacrificing amazing flavors and superb quality. When you stop by one of these delis, sub shops or casual cafés, you’ll find that a delicious meal awaits, ready in mere minutes, so you can get back to exploring, fast.

Milk & Honey Cafe

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Where: Lima, New York

For healthful lunchtime favorites and a menu that can cater to both vegan and vegetarian diets, look no further than Milk & Honey in Lima. The cute and cozy café offers grown-up versions of nostalgic classics, like peanut butter and jelly and grilled cheese sandwiches. If you stop in early enough, breakfast sandwiches are also an option.


Sandwich at Milk & Honey

Cricket's Coffee

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Where: Geneseo, New York

Cricket’s Coffee has your coffee, cocktails and all-day brunch cravings sorted. When you’re in a hurry, the melts, wraps, and other handheld items on the menu are just the thing for a meal on the go. From a chicken pesto melt served on garlic sourdough, to a three-cheese melt filled with gooey mozzarella, cheddar, swiss and chipotle mayo goodness, there’s not a bad choice on the menu.

Had maybe a little too much fun in LivCo last night? The Hangover sandwich, available until 3 p.m., is here to help, served up with avocado, hash browns, cream cheese, over-easy egg, and your choice of breakfast meat.


Sandwich at Cricket's

Aunt Cookie's Sub Shop

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Where: Geneseo, New York

A SUNY Geneseo alumni favorite, Aunt Cookie’s has been around for decades and claims the best toasted roll subs in town. Find all your sub classics, including the crowd-favorite toasted Italian sub. Make sure to save room for a chocolate chip cookie, too!

Gatherings at the Depot

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Where: Leicester, New York

Combine a quick pitstop for lunch with a peek into the past at Gatherings at the Depot, located within the village’s historic train depot. The café offers a full espresso bar, in case you need a caffeine fix, and a range of sandwiches, salads, soups, and paninis. Try the house special sub, The Steam Engine, piled high with steak, chicken fingers, bacon, sautéed peppers and onions, and cheese. It’s exactly the thing you need to fuel the rest of your day.

T's on Genesee

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Where: Avon, New York

One of the newest spots in town and already becoming a local favorite, T’s on Genesee in the Village of Avon combines Italian and Irish flavors for a one-of-a-kind sandwich shop known for a variety of lunch and dinner options including their Italian sub dip (yes, it’s a dip, but it tastes like an Italian sub; just try it and you’ll see why we love it!) and meatball subs.

As you peruse the expansive menu of hot and cold sandwiches and appetizers, be sure to ask about the soup of the day, too, the perfect accompaniment on a blustery LivCo spring day.


Sandwich at T's

Tony's Pizzeria

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Where: Dansville, New York

Tony’s Pizzeria serves up much more than just pizza (though the pizza, with its house-made dough and red sauce, is certainly nothing to overlook). The menu’s list of subs and wraps is long and includes unique options that you won’t find elsewhere, such as a fried bologna sub topped with American cheese and yellow mustard, a chicken cordon bleu with chicken fingers, ham, swiss and lettuce, or a chicken parm sub, with chicken fingers, red sauce, parmesan and mozzarella.

Shoreless Acres & Serious Food

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Where: Livonia, New York

Stop into Shoreless Acres & Serious Food to buy a few grocery items for your day of hiking or boating, or to keep on hand in your home or cabin rental — and grab lunch, too. The quick, convenient stop offers subs and specialty sandwiches, as well as breakfast and apple cider donuts on the weekends.

Suzea's Gluten Free Bakery

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Where: Mt Morris, New York

Whether you’re gluten-free or not, Suzea’s Gluten Free Bakery is worth the visit. This bakery and coffee shop prides itself on sweet pastries, unique flavors, and healthy sandwiches while always offering great-tasting gluten-free cuisine. The menu includes options like grilled artisan cheese sandwiches served on homemade gluten-free bread, and savory gluten-free waffle sandwiches with delicious bites of roasted pork or everything needed for a classic BLT.

little Lake Brewing

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Where: Lakeville, New York

Commonly known for coffee, breakfast sandwiches, and pastries in the morning, little Lake Brewing also serves up a grill menu of fresh meat, seafood, and vegetarian options available for dine-in or take-out. With classic handhelds like veggie burgers and prime rib as well as seafood-centric options like seared sesame tuna wrap, lobster tails, or fish tacos, there’s something for every type of palette.


Tuna Wrap at little Lake

Angry Rooster Deli

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Where: Caledonia, New York

You’re certainly not going to leave this lunch spot angry. In Caledonia’s downtown shopping district, Angry Rooster Deli is a convenient spot while you’re checking out the rest of the village’s charm. The affordable deli offers build-your-own sandwiches that start with homemade bread, or specialties to consider, like The Chip, which piles pastrami, Swiss cheese, and sauerkraut on rye bread. Or, there’s the slightly messy, but oh-so-worth-it Shane’s Hot Mess, which is meatloaf, potatoes, cheese, and veggies on grilled bread, covered in gravy.