We stopped in here for an early supper after spending a whole lot of time looking at glass in the museum down the road. This is a smallish place right in downtown Corning, if your looking for it, youíll find it. We sat outside on this sunny day and enjoyed being on vacation. There are maybe a half a dozen tables outside and maybe twice as many inside with additional seating at the bar. Food is typical pub grub nothing overly fancy, but nothing objectionable either. Service was decent and the beer is too. I would go back if I were in Corning, but I wouldnít make a special trip for it.
Stopped in for some brews and food after a day of site-seeing in the area. We found the service good and sat on the outside patio (which was just the ambiance we wanted). The brew selection was alright, nothing to write home about. We enjoyed our time though and I would suggest it as a watering hole to any of my friends.
Made a point to stop in while at Conference. Nice selection of beers if their light and fruit beers were a little liking, but definetly a good attempt at authentic styles. very friendly and the house made chips are great. Some atmosphere including ouitside patio, bar a bit small but they made room for me. Walking Corning Market Street should be considered in overall experoience.
Stopped here for some samples after visiting the Corning Museum. It was a hot day, and either they donít have A/C in the bar area or it was busted. It was the most uncomfortable brewpub visit Iíve had in a while - I couldnít stop sweating while trying to enjoy some beer. Anyway, service was fine, although they did switch some samples on me on the glass sheet and Iím not entirely sure the bartender knew what tap was what. The beers were average but clean and no odd house characteristic.
Close to the glass works on a little clean downtown is this moderately sized brewpub. A small bar, a few tables, and importantly some decent beer. Corning is often passed over and through travelling North-South, and this stop is worth pointing out, a neat little place. My favourite was the dunkel.
Very large selection of there brews. The menu was very pleasant and I had a hard time making a decision. I was able to get a sampler which was all 5 regular beers and one seasonal, making it great for tasting. I am sure I will be back there since it is only 15 min from my home town.
PWalk (10) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | May 3, 2006
Tasty brews and food make this place a spot to check out. Market St. makes for a nice setting for a brewpub. The beers were tasty and the service excellent. The waitresses were gorgeous.
"The Kegger" hamburger is excellent and the boneless chicken wings are a must have.