The White House Press Office says the President stopped to shake hands and talk with people having lunch outside. Obama told a group of people that his new dog Sunny is not completely potty trained. (Watch video)The White House Press Office says Magnolia's Deli and CafÃ was recommended by U.S. Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY).President Obama and Education Secretary Arne Duncan joined several young people, including a current college student and a recent graduate, for a brief discussion at Magnolia's Deli and Cafe in Rochester, according to the White House Press Office. They sat with Doug Brady, a junior at the University of Rochester; Pamela Brady, Dougâ??s mom and a University of Rochester School of Nursing faculty member; Evalyn Gleason, a recent graduate of the University of Rochester; Mary Ellen Gleason, Evalynâ??s mother and an Assistant Professor and Monroe Community College in Rochester; Wesline Manuelpillai, a sophomore at the University of Rochester; Peter Manuelpillai, Weslineâ??s father and high school chemistry teacher; and Brandon McDonald, recent graduate of the University of Rochester. The White House Press Office says Rochester Mayor Thomas Richards greeted President Obama at the restaurant. Richards said he only got about 30 minutes notice from police. In the days leading up to Obamaâ??s visit to upstate New York, Richards had talked about federal programs getting scaled back or the subject of pitched budget battles in Washington that were paying big dividends in Rochester, according to the White House Press Office. Obama is expected to outline his agenda to combat rising college costs at Henninger High School on at 6 p.m. (CNY Central will carry his remarks live on CNYCentral.com and on NBC3 and CBS5). The White House has not revealed where President Obama will spend the night, but is expected to stay in Auburn. The Federal Aviation Administration has cleared the airspace over Auburn for Thursday night into Friday morning. CNY Central will have extensive coverage of the Presidentâ??s visit to Syracuse, including a live stream of the Presidentâ??s remarks. Follow #ObamaInCNY on Twitter for updates throughout the day.