Siboire Microbrasserie, Sherbrooke & Montréal, Québec

The very first Siboire Microbrasserie (c 2007) is called The Siboire Dépôt simply because it’s located in the heritage train station in downtown Sherbrooke, Québec.  With its open concept view of the microbrewery, it wasn’t long before a second location opened, again in Sherbrooke near...

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...

The Deck @ Creekside Winery, Jordan, Ontario

Creekside Winery’s portfolio illustrates the story of a winery that refuses to be pigeon-holed. “The winery is a bastion for inspired experimentation, with a winemaking team that delights in defying Niagara winemaking conventions. At the time, both grapes were newcomers to the Ontario...

SC Restaurant at River Cree Resort, Enoch, Alberta

For the past decade, Chef Shane Mederic Chartrand has been dreaming about how to express his First Nations identity through food and bring the beauty and excitement of Indigenous cooking to everyone who is interested—both in Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities in Canada. Shane and his...

Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa, Cambridge, Ontario

Few hoteliers have had such an impact on the Canadian hospitality industry as Bill Bennett and Mary Beaton. Bill is an architect with a passion for old Ontario structures and between them they completed the first renovation of The Millcroft Inn in the small mill town of Alton on the Credit River....

Queen’s Landing, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

One of the jewels in the Vintage Hotels crown, Queen’s Landing is on the waterfront in this history-rich community. Much of the story of modern Canada was solidified here with the battle of Queenston Heights where the British battalions triumphed over the invading forces from the south....

The Lookout Restaurant, Okanagan Centre, British Columbia

Gray Monk is an important winery in the food story of Canada.  It was founded by the Heiss family who moved to the Okanagan Valley from Europe via Edmonton with dreams of owning a successful vineyard. In 1972, George & Trudy Heiss were at the front of the line presenting their request to be...

Prince of Wales, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario

The corner stone carved with the date 1864 can still been seen today. It was also named The Arcade Hotel, The Niagara House, and finally in 1901, The Prince of Wales Hotel. This name was chosen in honour of the 1901 visit of the Duke and Duchess of York, who were later crowned King George V and...

Origines Cuisine Maritime, Caraquet, New Brunswick

“Le chef et propriétaire Benjamin Cormier revient dans sa région natale, après avoir travaillé dans des restaurants de fine cuisine, afin d’offrir une expérience aux saveurs inspirées du terroir des Maritimes. Le restaurant Origines Cuisine Maritime offre un menu gastronomique sous...

Pluvio, Ucuelet, British Columbia

April 12th was a big day for Ucluelet when B.C. born Chef Warren Barr and his partner Lily Verney-Downey threw open the doors open to Pluvio. As Food Day Canada chefs go, Warren is the most veteran of the veterans. He was the very first chef in our original roster when he worked at the Inn at Bay...