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...

Fogo Island Inn, Fogo Island, Newfoundland

 On June 1st, 2013, Fogo Island Inn opened as a world class destination for ecological and culinary tourism. It is one of a kind in Canada! There’s no where else quite like Fogo Island which is home to Brimstone Head, one of the official four corners of the earth according to the Flat Earth...

Sims Corner Steakhouse & Oyster Bar, Charlottetown, PEI

Taking its name from the Sims family who owned the original tract of land in the very early 1800’s, Sims Corner Steakhouse, the first authentic steakhouse on Prince Edward Island, has had a colourful past including a stretch during Prohibition as a “conviviality shop.” Owned by...

Chives Canadian Bistro, Halifax

Chef Craig Flinn and his talented team are known across Canada for their dedication to the food of the Atlantic region, most specifically Nova Scotia. Craig’s book, Fresh and Local, published in 2009,  is just an extension of that dedication. Although he has a degree from St. Mary’s...

Brooklyn Warehouse, Halifax

As a restaurateur George Christakos is dedicated to the Slow Food philosophy which is, in reality, was how he grew up.  He calls is  “cooking like our grandparents.” And then quickly adds, “I feel it is our responsibility to leave the food culture of our region in a better state...

The Watch That Ends the Night, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

If you search the net for the meaning of this absolutely brand new restaurant’s name you’ll see several references but co-owner Joe Gurba explains it this way: “The Watch That Ends the Night is the name of a 1958 novel by Hugh MacLennan, born in Glace Bay, NS. It seeks to...

Battery Park Beer Bar and Eatery, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

From the gang behind the phenomenally successful Brooklyn Warehouse comes a new joint right across the harbour from the North Halifax location. Brooklyn’s owners, Leo and George Christakos, are taking decades of experience in food & beverage service and mashing it up with the brewing prowess...

The Canteen, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia

Renée Lavallée’s public title is “Chef, Mother, Crazy Cheeses Lover”. As of 2014, she added “Restaurateur” to her moniker.  The Canteen quickly became one of the coolest new restaurants in Nova Scotia and this year grew out of its relatively small quarters. Renée...

Bridie Molloy’s, St. John’s, Newfoundland

Brian Piercey is one of St. John’s most active chefs.  He’s involved and engaged in the food life of the city.  He writes: “I started my culinary career in the culinary arts program at The College of the North Atlantic in St. John’s, Newfoundland. After completing the program, I...

FireWorks, Inn at Bay Fortune, Fortune, Prince Edward Island

Rooted on the coast near Souris, P.E.I., The Inn at Bay Fortune’s gracious gardens and talented kitchen are embedded in island food culture.  It is the home of Chef Michael Smith’s dream restaurant.  Any one who has watched him in action knows that he casts a large presence and his...