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.
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).
Blond wood tones and fiery light fixtures adorn the main level of Annexe Resto, where diners bond over dinner, lunch, brunch, and other meal hybrids. Along with cocktails and beers from a full bar, the restaurant orchestrates entrees and appetizers, such as marinated steaks and bacon-wrapped scallops. The lunch menu's signature burger arrives flamed with mesquite barbecue sauce, and the brunch menu curates sweet and savoury flavors exclusively for weekend diners. After fuelling up, ascend to Annexe Resto's XLounge, where local DJs frequently showcase new rhythms. The upper lounge also acts as a venue for private events and corporate meetings, hosting a big-screen television with AV capabilities for important PowerPoint presentations or slow-motion montages of past PowerPoint presentations.
Wok Box was founded in 2004 in downtown Edmonton, Alberta, and successfully expanded to 60 locations throughout North America by offering fast pan-Asian cuisine full of nutritious ingredients. The menu ornaments chopsticks with Thai, Indian, Cambodian, and Vietnamese cuisine, and many of its options cater to vegans, vegetarians, and those with wheat allergies. At every location, patrons delight in chicken, beef, and vegetables clinging to jasmine rice and noodles while watching flat-screen TVs and celebrating this Chinese New Year, the Year of the Heffalump.
Every night of the week, musicians bounce their notes off Shamrock City Pub's stone walls. Amid guitar chords and friendly chatter, the pub's sociable servers dole out drinks, as well as hearty burgers, sandwiches, and seafood specialties. Several of Shamrock City's dishes feature a hint of Guinness, such as the St. Louis–style Guinness–glazed ribs basted liberally with a spiked barbecue sauce.