With more than 7,000 fine dining establishments, bars, bistros, cafes, clubs and dance halls to suit every taste from casual to business - St. John's truly does have a restaurant for everyone! We are building our St. John's restaurants guide every day so check back often. If you have a favourite St. John's restaurant drop us an email.
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"Authentic Afghan food at its best. The owner runs it herself so the ..."
AQUA Kitchen and Bar is an eatery located on Water street in the heart of downtown St.John's. For years it has been a institution for creative casual dining, and has offered its clients great food and service.
Basho Restaurant & Lounge asian taste · sushi · japanese fusion · martini · entrees
While the burgeoning restaurant scene in St. John’s has witnessed epic change during the past two decades, the one constant of culinary perfection is Bianca’s on Water Street. In fact, it’s hard to walk into any other local restaurant in the category of fine dining.......
BISTRO SOFIA is a unique restaurant in St.John’s, Newfoundland, Canada combining cutting-edge pastry and classic cuisine, brought to you by the Head Chef Gregory Bersinski and Pastry Chefs Tony and Vanya Velinovi.
A view of the street. An intimate table for two. A spot at the bar. Wherever you sit at Blue on Water, you’re sitting down to the best. The freshest seafood anywhere. Desserts that are worth saving room for.
Bridie Molloy’s Guinness Pub and Eatery is located on the infamous George Street in St. John’s, Newfoundland. Directly below, on the historical level of Water Street, you will find her sister company,
In the mid-90s Casbah owner Steve Curtis went to New Orleans for a weekend -- and stayed for five years. Drawn to the neighborhood atmosphere of French Quarter bars and restaurants where he worked...
Classic Cafe Management is based on the premise that today's corporate population is hungry for a simplified approach to having a consistently satisfying .
Located on the St. John's harbourfront in the historic Murray Premises The Gypsy Tea Room offers European and Mediterranean cuisine specializing in seafood, pasta and risotto and featuring an extensive collection of International wines.
Magnum & Steins Executive Chef, Chris Chafe, shows that hard work and dedication is what it takes to succeed in this ever changing culinary world.
Welcome to the fresh and flavorful world of Mary Brown's — the home of Mary Brown's Famous Chicken & Taters!
mussels · pub food · fries · brunch "I had the spicy crab cakes and a side of fries, and my partner had the curry ..."
Did you know that St. John's is the oldest city in ALL of North America? Water Street being the first street in St. John's, is therefore the oldest street in North America!THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT
The Peppermill is a casual fine dining establishment located at 178 Water Street, St. John's Newfoundland. We offer a wide range of dishes but specialize mainly in Seafood.
The origins of pizza date back to Ancient Italy near what is now the city of Naples. It is said that the native Etruscans would serve oil and veggies on flat bread that they used as a plate. Upon finishing the veggies they ate the plate.
"Since opening in 1991, The Cellar Restaurant has established itself as the epitome of fine dining, welcoming St. John's residents and visitors to our historic city with exquisite cuisine, an unforgettable ambiance, and wines beyond compare.
public house · fighting irish · the fish cake · liam mckenna · irish red
Zapata's Restaurante Mexicano is named in honor of the great Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata 1877?-1919. In 1910, the Indians had less land than ever before. The workers had no right to strike and the country had no real self-government.