Little Louis’ Oyster Bar, Moncton, New Brunswick

Little Louis’ Oyster Bar dedicates its menu to stylishly celebrating the food life of the region. Tucked up a set of stairs on the second floor, this warm and inviting dining room is absolute proof that a climb doesn’t keep hungry (and wise) diners away.  There you’ll find a wine...

Rocket Bakery & Fresh Food, St. John’s, NFLD

For such a youthful company, it’s safe to say that Rocket (few ever use the full name) has become a full fledged St. John’s institution. Comments from food writers and Facebook fans say it all. Amidst the 5 Star customer reviews this one stood out. “Truly a gem in the crown that...

Euston Park Social Beer Garden, Moncton, New Brunswick

“The best journey you take is home.”  And home they came.  New Brunswickers Chef Gene and Susan Cormier decided to plant a shipping container in an area 0f Moncton that needed a neat beer garden with great food.  “After years of travelling our journey has brought us back to what...

Shadow Lawn Country Inn, Rothesay, New Brunswick

A winding, tree-lined road that follows the course of the Saint John River leads to Shadow Lawn in Rothesay. The beautiful 19th century mansions speak of an era that is fast disappearing. Shadow Lawn is one of those stately homes, build in the 1870s by James Robertson, the founder of what was the...

Windjammer Restaurant, Delta Beauséjour, Moncton, New Brunswick

Located in the heart of New Brunswick, Chef Stefan Müller can readily access some spectacular ingredients, many of which he has adopted in the many years he has been at the Delta Beauséjour. His 100 Mile Menu, showcased on Food Day Canada, is a true work of culinary art. Begin with the tangy,...

Scoff Restaurant, Fogo Island, Newfoundland

To find such a warm and seriously-local restaurant as Scoff tucked into a tiny, relatively remote village, is very unusual.  But that’s why most of us who love food actually travel, isn’t it?   Fogo Islanders are a special breed.  Tenacious and proud and very creative.  Scoff...

Black Rabbit on St. Georges, Moncton, New Brunswick

A late entry into this year’s roster, the Black Rabbit’s Chef Luc Doucet is well known to the Acadian region of New Brunswick.  His restaurant in downtown Moncton, opened this spring. Although this is lobster country, it’s also becoming renowned for its superb Acadian caviar...

Founders House Dining and Drinks, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia

The region around Annapolis Royal and Founders House is steeped in very early Canadian history with Fort Anne, Canada’s first administered National Historic Site, within sight.  For someone who loves to get a sense of place, the story of Fort Anne is riveting.  Over the centuries, the Annapolis...

The Wilds, Holyrood, Newfoundland

Chef Roary MacPherson is BACK!  After a foray into foodservice sales, he decided that the commerical kitchen was his home.  And we couldn’t agree more.  He’s known by many as “Mr. Newfoundland Food” and has worked tirelessly promoting and perfecting the cuisine. His menus...

Growlers Ice Cream Shop, Joe Batt’s Arm, Newfoundland

Growlers is pure Newfoundland.  Hyper-seasonal in nature, its staff, who are all local women, make some of the most innovative ice creams anywhere. They are sensational! Using the islands rich supply of berries, the signature recipes were originally imagined by St. John’s Chef Michelle...