Where to Eat

Dine atop the mountains where you can soak in a gorgeous view of our valleys or enjoy a peaceful meal while gazing at the beautiful, serene waterways in our county. The Enchanted Mountains Region is known for its fine dining establishments.

Whether your preference is international cuisine or local flavor, our region has something for everyone. Choose a type of cuisine, beverage or food from the drop-box below to locate a restaurant.

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Hughes Hotel

Housemade Brisket Sandwich at Hughes Hotel
Little Valley, NY 14755
Phone: 716-938-6308

Veteran owned and family operated bar and restaurant. Family friendly and built on small town values. Burgers are made from fresh, never frozen steak trimmings.

This fomer hotel is one of the oldest public buildings in the area with the original deed dating back to 1834.

Hours:

Monday - Saturday
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.

The Bear Brick

Photo of The Bear Brick
Little Valley, NY 14755
Phone: 716 938-4001

Modern industrial take on the classic American sports bar. Fun burgers, fish fry, pizza, wings, and
more. Frequent live music with dance floor.


Gotta try: Garlic Fries

Hours:

Monday
CLOSED

Tuesday - Friday
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 a.m.

The Field House

Photo of The Field House
Little Valley, NY 14755
Check out the newest Ice cream shop in Little Valley!
The Field House is now open and serves soft serve, milkshakes, razzles, sundaes, and Pepsi products. Open from 11am-10pm everyday. Check them out!
Cash only

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Travel Guide

Enchanted Mountains of Cattaraugus County Travel Guide for 2019It's a full 56-page comprehensive guide, highlighting the activities and attractions in our County and it's FREE!!

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NYAGT Geocaching Trails

Largest Covered Aviaries in the World

2 of the largest covered aviaries in the world and a waterfowl preserve are located at Gooseneck Hill Waterfowl Sanctuary with over 300 geese, ducks and swans even having the endangered NeNe geese.

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