Bistros are remarkable in that they somehow manage to be both fancy and casual at the same time, much like a necktie with Taz on it. Feel gussied up without too much fuss with today's Groupon to the Braywick Bistro on Dundas Street. The Braywick Bistro serves a menu of fresh, bistro cuisine including an assortment of seasonal dishes and vegetarian options in a nature-inspired interior with warm wood accents and earthy hues. The locally sourced wine list includes a selection of red and white sippables from Lailey Vineyards, a boutique winery just outside of Niagara-on-the-Lake. Guests are also invited to bring their own wine, however a corkage fee of $15 and a game of pass the bottle are required. The end of October marks the premiere of Braywick's newest menu, starring previous fan favourites and noshable newbies. Choose between two dining options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of dinner and drinks
- For $8, you get $16 worth of lunch and drinks
Restaurantica users give The Braywick Bistro a 4.4-star average rating:
- In a culinary desert, the Braywick saves the day! – LondonFoodie518
- All in all the Braywick provides a fine atmosphere to enjoy quality, affordable cuisine, as both a bustling lunch bistro during the afternoon, or as an intimate, elegant, and refreshingly unpretentious restaurant in the evening. – Shaun
The Braywick Bistro
Though many restaurants feature expansive wine lists, The Braywick Bistro’s is essentially infinite. That’s because its array of local and international wines is supplemented by a bring-your-own-wine policy—with a $20 corkage fee—that allows patrons to enjoy any varietal they desire. That flexibility is important, since the menu ranges from hearty, European-inspired dishes of chicken carbonara and gorgonzola-stuffed portobello mushrooms to the lighter tropical flavors of prawn-laced pad thai and mango-topped mahi-mahi. The cuisine’s global aromas suffuse the bistro’s dining room, where nature-themed photography and wheatgrass centerpieces evoke the same freshness that suffuses each dish’s ingredients and each waiter’s bonsai hairstyle.