Upscale dining has arrived in Corning. A historic bank was transformed into a stylish dining room in 2008, preserving the old vault as a private dining room. There's a 300-square-foot glass-enclosed wine locker, huge stone fireplaces, and a wildebeest mounted on one wall. Aged steaks, Alaskan king crab legs, and veal saltimbocca help fill out the long menu. The prices can be hard to swallow, but tapas in the bar are a more affordable option.
2–6 E. Market St., Corning, New York, 14830, United States