Take a trip to Gran-View Restaurant in Ogdensburg and make your next meal a good one.
You can tote your laptop here to take advantage of the free wifi.
Enjoy the luxury of eating a delicious meal outside at Gran-View Restaurant.
The restaurant has catering services as well.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from this restaurant.
Gran-View Restaurant's patrons can find places to park in the area.
Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out.
Joey's Thousand Island Club in Wellesley Island is known for its tasty eats.
Does yummy gluten-free food exist? Yes it does, and it is located at Joey's Thousand Island Club.
Comfort is prioritized at Joey's Thousand Island Club, and guests are encouraged to come as they are.
Don't fuss with street parking. We've got some parking available.
Your bill at Joey's Thousand Island Club will typically run less than $30 per person, so bring the whole gang!
You can stop by at practically any time, since Joey's Thousand Island Club serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The culinary artists at Restaurant E18hteen craft a menu that shifts with the changing seasons. Engaging flavour profiles pair with wines poised to please discerning palates while a knowledgable service team caters to guests in the tradition of genuine hospitality. The dining space also showcases dishes that ring true to Canada's landscape. The black cod is from British Columbia, the rack of lamb from Washington, and the suckling pig belly—served with honey crisp apples—from St. Canut.
With its cuisine boasting a mix of local sensibility and sophistication, Restaurant E18hteen promises a unique dining experience and comfortable, inviting milieu. Named after its address in a Heritage building in the ByWard Market, the dining space continues to write its own history. En Route Magazine named it one of the "Best Restaurants in Canada," while CNN dubbed it, "The place to go in Ottawa." Its melodic cuisine also earned it a 2014 CAA Four Diamond Award.
Despite the high-profile accolades, Restaurant E18hteen does take advantage of its hushed, romantic atmosphere. The shadows playing on the stone walls are fed by dim lighting; curtains decorated with curling, baroque leaves portion off the dining space; and monochromatic paintings of mademoiselles draw the eye. Still, the food provides the most colour, topping white tablecloths with bright, butter-poached lobster and pairing it with deep wines from across the globe.
Fish Market Restaurant, housed within the walls of a bright red-brick heritage building in the historical ByWard Market, actually encompasses three restaurants. Founded in 1979, the maritime-themed eatery keeps traditions alive as staff brings in daily catches from international waters to the kitchen where chefs craft these fish, shellfish, and crustaceans into dishes. They reflect the restaurant’s global mentality in their cooking, blending culinary styles such as Canadian, English, Cajun, Thai, and Caribbean.
In Vineyards Wine Bar Bistro, local jazz musicians play live music each Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday night as servers ferry more than 300 wines and 200 imported beers to tables—a feat that requires enormous strength. Inside the main restaurant, tables draped with blue cloths sit in rows on hardwood floors, under walls hung with nautical paraphernalia such as chains, nets, and crabbing traps. The dining room fills with myriad aromas of such dishes as deep-fried coconut-crusted shrimp, spicy Cajun shrimp linguine, PEI mussels, and house platters featuring queen crab, Nova Scotia lobster, and triple A rib steaks. Servers complement dishes with a roster of 21 wines by the glass or bottle and several local craft beers on tap.
Inside Santé Restaurant, the piquant scents of globally inspired cuisine mingle amid the work of local artists, whose pieces fill the dining room's walls. Chef Daniel Guerra demonstrates his own artistic skills, plating beautiful dishes that use a palette of organic produce and locally-sourced meats.
He has experience working in several Michelin-star restaurants in Italy, and takes his inspiration from chef Massimo Bottura at Italy’s renowned Osteria Francescana Restaurant, which has three Michelin stars. Chef Daniel's modern and fresh cuisine and delicately balanced six-course feasts reflect a new generation of Italian chefs.
To accompany chef Daniel’s fragrantly seasoned dishes, Santé stocks its subterranean vault with a selection of Canadian and international wines, carefully selected by sommelier Rob Neillis. The intimate space, inventive cuisine, and curated wine list earned the eatery Diners' Choice awards from OpenTable for Best Ambiance, Romantic, and Fit for Foodies. On Wednesdays after 8 p.m., they offer live jazz music, and Fridays are "Vinyl Fridays," which feature a local DJ playing classic hits off vinyl records. Customers can bring in their own vinyl to be played as well.
Joey's, the popular seafood franchise with more than 70 locations across Canada, wanted to create a streamlined, hip version of itself—a place where patrons could indulge in unfussy, creative seafood and pub eats. Enter Joey’s Urban and its menu of fish & chips, poutine, and tacos.
Joey's is Canada's largest seafood brand. Joey's Urban is the new and improved Joey's Only; which has been serving Canada for over 30 years! Joey's Urban is quickly becoming famous for its unique dining concept. In addition to Joey's Famous Fish 'n' Chip Menu; Joey's offers a mouth watering Fresh Taco and Poutine Menu. The restaurant experience is open concept, licensed for beer and wine, and offers customers a vibrant and upbeat dining atmosphere. Guests can enjoy a mix of some of our popular dishes such as Haddock or Halibut, Calamari, Ahi Tuna, Mexican or Perogy Poutine renditions, salads, and our now famous Joey's Fish Tacos.