The Steuben County Conference & Visitors Bureau recently published a release announcing the top 10 burger spots in Steuben County. This determination is a result of 2,637 individual tallied votes (people could only vote once per device), which also informed the CVB that there are over 65 different restaurants throughout the county (we’re talking small local businesses, not fast food franchises) that feature a burger someone loves.
According to the CVB, “Some folks prefer them unadorned, while others want all the fixing. Some like them grilled, others cooked over an open flame, and others fried in a pan. Of course, some folks don’t want any meat at all, but still enjoy black bean burgers and other alternatives.”
The Steuben Burger Trail’s Top 10 Fan Favorite Burger Joints include long-standing go-to burger joints, restaurants with a nostalgic feel and great food, as well as brand new establishments garnering a lot of attention for their creative flavorful cuisine. While Corning and Bath both had three spots land on the Top 10, Canisteo, Prattsburgh, Addison, and Hornell each had one fan-favorite.
The results led to the creation of the “Steuben Burger Trail Top 10 Burger Joints” which appear below in order (with Butcher’s Son on Market St. in Corning, coming out on top).
Steuben Burger Trail Top 10
- Butcher’s Son (Corning)
- R&M (Corning)
- Frans Landing (Addison)
- Maybe Baby Burgers (Bath)
- Paddy’s Pub & Grill (Hornell)
- JB’s Bar & Grill (Prattsburgh)
- Big Papa’s Restaurant (Canisteo)
- Burgers & Beer (Corning)
- Liberty Street Pub (Bath)
- Big D’s (Bath)
One thing seems certain, in the right hands a burger can be made to satisfy just about any taste. Lucky for us, there are over 65 dining establishments throughout Steuben County offering their own diverse and delicious takes on one of America’s favorite comfort foods.
That’s plenty of options to try. From Bison burgers to vegetarian offerings. From butcher shops to diners to taverns and pubs. You could say, Steuben Is Burger Country!
The Steuben Burger Trail launched on National Burger Day (May 28th). For more on the Burger Trail visit their website.
Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes (aka Steuben County Conference & Visitors Bureau) was established in 1994. As Steuben County’s official tourism marketing agency, our mission is to stimulate the tourism economy through authentic storytelling, supporting & developing destination amenities, and connecting visitors to the Southern Finger Lakes. Steuben County is home to the World’s Most Beautiful Wine Region (Budget Travel), America’s Coolest Small Town: Hammondsport (Budget Travel), and one of the Most Fun Small Towns: Corning (Rand McNally). It has also been recognized as a top value destination (ShermansTravel).