Painted Post is a village in Steuben County, New York, United States. The village is in the town of Erwin, west of the city of Corning. The population was 1,842 at the 2000 census. The name comes from a painted and carved post found by explorers at the junction of three local rivers. Corning-Painted Post Airport (7N1) is west of the village.
Things to do in Painted Post
5 based on 159 reviews
We vacationed in the Finger Lakes region recently for 5 days and were in Corning to see a few things. Eventually we ended up downtown to catch a bite and walk along Market Street. We happened upon Dippity Do Dahs and gave it a try. They had a nice variety of flavors and my wife and I easily found a few to try. We found the prices to be very reasonable, servings were ample, and the ice cream was the best. It's the best ice cream we had, after visiting several other places. Great flavor and amazingly smooth and creamy. I liked their Rum Raisin.
4.5 based on 257 reviews
Open for lunch thru late night, Hand + Foot is a creative bar serving craveable food in an environment focused on craft and community. Everything is lovingly crafted and curated by owners Dan and Laurie Morton who share a passion for creating a place you'll think of as your home away from home. We are passionate about education, so any guest wanting to tread off the beaten path will be well-guided.
This is one of my favorite Corning restaurants! The food is wonderful and unique. I ordered Fried Rice the last time I was there...it didn't disappoint! Great flavors and a whole meal in a bowl. They recently added a new wine selection too!!
4 based on 201 reviews
A relaxed, cheerful, clean & friendly environment featuring home cooked comfort food.
There's something for just about everyone on the menu at jellybeans......breakfast, sandwiches, burgers, some Mexican, and comfort-food type entrees. nothing fancy, but a nice local restaurant. It's a bright cheery place, the servers are always friendly and efficient and the prices are reasonable. What more could you ask.
4.5 based on 179 reviews
Poppleton Bakery and Cafe is Corning's scratch bakery. Offering a wide variety of fresh baked pastries, cakes, and desserts, as well as bubble tea, sweet and savory crepes, salads, soups, and quiche, there is always something for everyone. Top quality products are always used and customer service is a top priority!
We tried this little bakery/cafe while visiting Corning today based on the fact that they have gluten-free options. The cafe is small with about 10 (?) tables. It is open for breakfast and lunch. Food is ordered at the counter and then brought to your table. I was pleased to see that they had gluten-free sandwiches, crepes, and quiches, as well as a nice selection of gluten-free desserts. The menu also included salads and soups.
Service was friendly and efficient. I ordered a buckwheat crepe filled with ham, cheddar cheese, and sliced apples. The crepe was topped with a thick drizzle of apple butter mustard and served with a cucumber-dill salad on the side. The portion was generous and the food was delicious. For dessert, we bought gluten-free soft pumpkin cookies that were honestly some of the best cookies (GF or otherwise), that I have ever had.
The bakery is located along Market Street, about a 10 minute walk from the Corning Glass Museum. if visiting the museum, you can either walk to Market Street or take a free shuttle bus. There is also on-street parking along Market Street and other parking options.
I would definitely return to Popppleton's again!
4.5 based on 49 reviews
I ordered over $58 worth of coffee that never came to my house. I called and left messages and never got a call back regarding my purchase order. I also sent an email through their website and never got a return email either. They immediately charged my card and never sent my product. Terrible business practice!!!!!!!
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Visited the fruit market side and got some local cheese which was very good, and concord & niagra grapes, also good. The counter person explained the cheeses but did not know if grapes had been sprayed with pesticides or not, and was not aware there was a geocache hidden outside, so couldnt help us with that, since landscaping was recently changed and we didnt find it. Did not get to try ice cream as it was early morning. A nice fruit market with local canned items and seasonal pumpkins in the greenhouse side.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
This is our "go-to" coffee place when we are in Corning. The great thing about a locally owned coffee shop is that you can get really well-crafted drinks, but the bad thing is that they can be very inconsistent. After patronizing Soul Full Cup for several years now, I can say that they exhibit the former and never the latter. Consistently great, nice staff, always busy but never a long wait. Something this place does that I wish they all did: they label on their menu board how many shots of espresso are in each drink by default so my first question is always answered!
4.5 based on 167 reviews
We stopped here in Corning. Really great sandwiches and soup. Terrific ice cream. The bakery items looked great although we did not try them.
My husband and I stopped in Corning on our way home from a trip to Vermont and Maine. Corning was our last side trip. We ate at Old World Cafe. We both had 1/2 sandwich and a bowl of soup. My husband had a seafood soup. It was full of seafood and lots of veggies. Delicious! I had the stracciatella soup. It was very good. Our half sandwiches were very generous in size and filled with plenty of chicken salad, mine...yummy! and roast beef, his...very good! It was too chilly to eat ice cream, so we didn't try that. If you are in Corning, definitely stop here for lunch!
4.5 based on 296 reviews
Two unique dining experiences; choose from our lounge side with bar menu and entrees available or choose the full fine-dining experience in our dining room. Features 40 wines by the glass kept in climate controlled cuvinee system or over 100 by the bottle. We offer gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options on our tapas and entree menus.
Lovely environment, warm attentive waitstaff, delicious food most offered in two sizes, and a chef/owner who not only takes pride in his cooking but also in meeting dietary needs- vegan, gluten free and food allergies. Wish we had this restaurant where we live!! BRAVO!!
4 based on 82 reviews
We were driving through in search of a restaurant for dinner. Meal for two adults and two kids ran only $30.
The food was a bit salty (esp. the clam chowder), and the ribs had mostly gristle and fat, but it was clean and served our needs.
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