The menu at Clancy’s flaunts internationally inspired fare ranging from flame-broiled burgers and Southern fried chicken to stir-fry and Newfoundland cod chowder. Patrons tuck into cozy booths and tables in the newly renovated dining room or find a more seclusive seat on the private flight deck. With its convenient location inside the Comfort Inn Airport and its variety of dishes, Clancy's is an ideal spot for hungry wayfarers, business lunchers, or time-travellers weary from transcending the time-space continuum.
Established in 1932 as the "Station Hotel" the newly renovated "The Station" prides itself on being a combination of friendly neighbourhood pub and place to hold your private function. We are located across the street from historic Railway Coastal Museum on Water Street.
Coffee & Company purveys fine coffees, teas, and light lunch in addition to a wide range of dessert and decorative products. Grilled goods hold conference on a lunch menu led by delegates such as the toscano panini, a helping of genoa salami and black-forest ham girded with cheese, peppers, and sun-dried-tomato pesto ($6.25). The vegetarian panini swirls together a grilled garden of zucchini, red and green peppers, and onions, draped, like an insouciant goddess, in feta and olive oil ($6.25). The caffeine desirous may delve into the depths of a 20-ounce brewed coffee ($2.12) or match the frothy footwork of a large latte ($4.75), and a slice of Cheesecake Factory cheesecake sates stomachs with a sugary top coat ($4.75–$6.95).
Sate insistent appetites with the fresh, homemade fare from Simplicity's world-wandering menu of lunch and dinner favourites with tempting twists. Lunch breakers and fixers alike can chow down mercilessly on sandwiches like the New Orleans-inspired muffaletta ($7.50) or slow-stewed pulled pork with crispy onions ($8) that come on a choice of Simplicity's four homemade breads. Lunch and dinner each provide leafy options like the crunchy Greek and Caesar salads ($6.50 each at lunch, $7 at dinner) and soups like silky French onion ($5.50 at lunch, $6.50 at dinner) that are fresher than a frisky first date with a four-month old golden retriever. Dinner guests in this casual cookery can fill cheeks with the slow-roasted half-chicken ($19) or the 8-ounce striploin ($20), served with one of Simplicity's five signature kitchen-made barbecue sauces.
Part of Canada's largest family restaurant chain, the two Newfoundland instalments of Smitty's serve a frequently updated menu of classic items as well as regional favourites and healthy alternatives. Diners can greet a new day on planet Earth with the Country three-egg skillet, accessorized with sausage, sweet pepper, and cheddar cheese ($10.99). Practice fork acrobatics with buttermilk or flax triple-berry pancakes stuffed, like traditional teddy bears, with bavarian cream ($7.99). Midday munchers can exercise incisors on the Colossal burger's beef, bacon, and sautéed mushrooms ($10.99). Nearer to day's end, welcome meat-veggie mingling with grilled chicken breasts in a Bull's-Eye Guinness–blend barbecue sauce ($13.49).
Voted Best Place to Play Pool by the Scope, Dooly's encompasses a sprawling billiards hall brimming with upscale pool tables. Mellifluous tones travel from a stereo system toward ear trumpets as players wage one-on-one billiard battles and attempt to pocket a secret target during games of pea pool. At the bar, a stream of Molson draft rains from the tap and tops off a pitcher of beer perfect for quenching the thirst of highly concentrated nine-ball players. Players watch TV and exchange respectful head nods while lounging on sofas in front of a fireplace after games, as their doppelgangers play video games and both classic and modern board games. Though not included in today's Groupon, Dooly's serves up an assortment of wine, snacks, and eats.