St. John’s had the 100 mile diet long before it was a trend. Indulge in locally grown, caught, and harvested fare the celebrates the landscapes and history of Newfoundland and Labrador in reimagined ways. Taste cod that was once traded for rum, vodka distilled from icebergs, and the burst of flavours from hand picked berries that dot our coastlines.
As evening hits, many of the city’s downtown offerings keep the hour happy and the belly full with finger foods and cozy atmospheres. Being a stone’s throw from the sea provides chefs and diners alike with an one-of-a-kind culinary universe. Feeling crafty? Take a stroll to a local craft brewery for a tour and a swig of a variety of malts and hops. With a pulse point on native ingredients our restaurant and craft brewery scene is casual, cool and inventive.
Casual-dining. Great atmosphere. Serving local favourites, specialty dishes and healthy choice options.
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