- C$15 for C$30 worth of food and drinks
- See the menu
Practical Henry's Pub & Eatery
It may seem as if places like Practical Henry's Pub & Eatery have brought a little bit of Cajun flair to Canada—but Canada is more Cajun than you think. In fact, French settlers—including ancestors of the owners of the Practical Henry's—relocated to Canada in the 1600s, allowing an Acadian culture to flourish parallel to the Cajun communities springing up in Louisiana. Today, Practical Henry's embraces a blend of new and old Cajun traditions, including serving up hearty comfort food such as gumbo, po-boys, fried chicken, and blackened catfish. Of course, descendants of France and England would be nothing without a good pub to call their own: luckily, Practical Henry's boasts craft beer and a selection of fine whiskeys.