Restaurants in Prince Edward


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  • Applebees Neighborhood Grill & Bar
    Applebee's dispenses its brimming menu of American-inspired eats and low-calorie options in a casual dining atmosphere. Customers can commence feats with a pound of chicken wings slathered in one of four sweet or smoky sauces ($10.99), or with fried dynamite shrimp adorned with asian bread crumbs, spicy sauce, and the diamond ring you just awarded it with ($9.99). Clocking in at only 364 calories, teriyaki shrimp pasta ($14.99) tucks grilled seasoned shrimp into a teriyaki-sauce-coated bed of whole-wheat asian noodles ornamented with veggies such as sugar snap peas, water chestnuts, and red peppers. Basted in honey-barbecue sauce and rubbed with secret seasonings known only by Applebee's chefs and the government, honey-barbecue pork ribs ($21.99) tumble down tongues, joining a current of drafts, cocktails, or fountain drinks satiating thirsty patrons.
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    265 North Front St
    Belleville, ON CA
  • Capers Brasserie & Wine Bar
    Capers' chef brings a contemporary approach to classic French technique and populates the lunch and dinner menus with locally sourced meat entrees, seafood, and desserts. The fixed-price dinner menu ($34) stars an ensemble of three courses, an appetizer, main course, and dessert. Alternately, the chefs can create a spontaneous menu catered to your preferences ($45 for three courses, $65 with wine pairings). On the individual-priced menu, garlic-and-lemon dressing pours over romaine lettuce to create the Capers caesar salad ($9), and horseradish sauce and red-bliss tomatoes accompany wild sockeye salmon in singing operatic arias ($23). Meanwhile, chefs hand cut dry-aged AAA strip loin, cook the meat to the desired temperature, then dress the 8-ounce steak with the latest runway fashions: smoked cheese curds, green peppercorn, and a handbag of fries ($25). For dessert, caramel hardens on top of rich custard to make crème brûlée ($7.50). Edibles pair with a variety of the sommelier-selected libations that helped Capers win a Wine Spectator award. Diners can also warm up at a wood fireplace, sip martinis at the bar, or rhythmically somersault to Capers' occasional live performances.
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    272 Front Street
    Belleville, ON CA
  • Crabby Joe's Tap & Grill
    Crabby Joe's chefs conjure feasts from the eatery's menu of chicken, burgers, steak, and seafood that are inspired by the delectability of family home cooking. At dinner, piles of Tex-Mex chili or extra cheese adorn the load-bearing Joe's nachos, first cousin to the hearty loaded-cheese-fries starter. Entree options pile up to challenge one's decision-making speeds, including the 10-ounce new york striploin sprinkled with goat cheese in a brandy-peppercorn sauce or the grilled lemon-pepper salmon. Sweet treats cap off the meal with offerings such as the rich mud-mountain pie with its layers of chocolate and a crumbly topping. Customers sitting down for lunch can fortify for the day with the pulled-pork-topped texas barbecue burger or with pastas, salads, or steaming bowls of chili. Crabby Joe's also fosters a sports-friendly environment where the clink of frosty pints couples with a Leafs game or with broadcasts of soccer, football, baseball, or championship air-guitar events.
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    305 North Front St
    Belleville, ON CA
  • Luke's Gastronomy
    Hailed as "one of Canada's most intriguing, inventive and buzzed-about chefs" by the Financial Times, culinary wunderkind Luke Hayes-Alexander became the executive chef at Luke's Gastronomy six years ago, when he was just 15 years old. Relying almost exclusively on local ingredients, Hayes-Alexander designs artistically presented dishes that blend classic, modern, and neo-futurist techniques. These dishes pair nicely with the wine list’s signature chardonnays and cabernet francs, each of which is crafted from free-range grapes grown at the restaurant's own vineyards.
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    264 Princess St.
    Kingston, ON CA
  • West Seventy6 Grill
    At West Seventy6 Grill, Executive Chef Jamie Hussey crafts an eclectic menu of seasonal fare derived from fresh, local ingredients. Before diving into main dishes, diners can prime their palates with starters such as crab cakes, adorned with pea tendrils and a maple-and-chipotle rémoulade ($13). Main courses include a trio of certified-Angus steaks aged 28 days, trained in elocution and comportment, and finished with a house-made rub. The juicy 14-ounce rib eye comes accompanied by a double-stuffed Jackson potato and locally farmed seasonal vegetables ($36). Meanwhile, the kitchen stuffs its chicken Supreme with apple-smoked bacon and cheddar ($24) and marinates its Ontario lamb-rack chops in lemon and thyme before pairing them with oyster mushroom and arugula risotto in an emotional commitment ceremony ($34). Guests can sample these edibles while sipping one of West Seventy6 Grill's specialty cocktails or while taking in waterfront views of Lake Ontario from the dining room or an outdoor patio overlooking the water.
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    7 Earl St
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Green Tray Restaurant
    Green Tray delights mouths with an array of pan-Asian offerings hailing from Cantonese, Taiwanese, Korean, and Japanese culinary traditions. Take a globe-trotting tour of the mega-continent without quitting your job and abandoning your spirit animal sanctuary, warming up with wonton soup ($3.49) or deep-fried tofu cubes ($5.99) before moving on to more belly-filling fare. The traditional Chinese rice porridge congee ($5.99¬–$6.99) is served with such proteins as fish, shrimp, chicken, and pork, and mouth-tingling spicy Korean kimchi soups ($9.95) bear bites of tofu, pork, beef, or seafood. Diners desiring a deluxe smattering of sushi ($9.95) can feast upon salmon, white tuna, tuna, shrimp, a California roll, and a Japanese-style salad, and fish-fearing finger-food fans will delight at the eatery's array of dim sum (from $1.99).
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    461 Princess Street
    Kingston, ON CA
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