Restaurants in Kingston


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  • Tata's House Of Pizza & Pasta
    On the second story of a quaint building, the chefs of Tata's House of Pizza & Pasta churn out pies slathered in housemade sauce and decorated with toppings ranging from salami to fresh garlic. Along with a menu of bubbling pizzas, the staff slathers wings in honey-garlic and ?Suicide? sauce, dress up burgers with bacon and cheese, and pile slabs of housemade lasagna onto plates with fresh-made garlic bread.
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    2561 Princess St.
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Dingaling's Chicken Wings
    The menu at Dingaling's Chicken Wings fires up famished tongues with spicy and sweet chicken wings and family-size plates of pub grub. A pound of wings ($9.99) comes swathed in a choice of sauces including mild to hot barbeque, honey garlic, or pineapple curry, and heat is mitigated by a side of veggies and dip plus ice water poured from a penguin's canteen. Mac 'n' cheese bites ($4.99?$7.49) or sweet potato fries ($2.99?$5.99) embellish savoury poultry arms and a caesar sandwich ($5.99) makes for a leafy alternative. Family combos (starting at $23.99) blend an assortment of appetizers and sides with a hearty helping of wings to feed kindred broods or help a Charades team act out Airplane. Snag a seat on the patio, spread out in the dining room, or dip into the conveniently separate take-out area to grab chow to go.
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    2511 Princess Street
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Social Bar & Grill
    Joining the Kingston restaurant scene only a few weeks ago, Social Bar & Grill entices diners with a menu of contemporary fare designed by Chef Stephen Buchignani. Seafood dishes such as pancetta-topped scallops ($26.95; available after 5 p.m.) pair with local vegetables, red beet pur?e, and a port reduction to reward stomachs for not growling at the postman. For heartier appetites, cooks braise barbecue pork ribs ($16.95 for half rack; $22.95 for full rack) before grilling the meaty slabs in house-made sauce. Lighter bites include the vegetarian panini ($10.95) comprised of marinated portobellos, charred tomato chutney, and arugula, or two mini Yorkshire puddings ($9.95) stuffed with prime rib and Rosenborg blue cheese. Gourmands can also peruse Social's selection of draft beers, wines, and cocktails, and, for an indulgent conclusion, hand-catapult spoonfuls of sticky toffee ($9.95) into waiting mouths.
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    1187 Princess Street
    Kingston, ON CA
  • The Brass Pub
    The Brass Pub silences hunger howls with a menu of hearty pub favourites. A beer-battered breakfast harmonizes two eggs with two hash browns, toast, and two beer-battered sausages ($6.95), and a pound of wings in the house's own seasoned breading sings to taste buds with the powerful bellows of a seasoned opera singer ($9.95). Fish 'n' chips celebrate the biosynthesis of land ($9.75), and a variety of burgers sates the cravings of a diverse clientele of eaters ($7.75?$11.75). Nocturnal noshers are satisfied by an all-star late-night menu and night-vision goggles sent from the future. Fanatics flock to The Brass Pub to watch NHL, NFL, and pay-per-view UFC events on eight 50-inch TVs and two massive HD wall projectors. Replay Gulliver's favourite mini match on a foosball table or pull up a high-backed chair to the wide bar. Check the online schedule to track upcoming games, or soulfully sing along with live music on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday nights.
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    403 Princess Street
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Kingston Iranian Food
    Spinning skewered halal meats over sizzling coals, Kingston Iranian?s chefs treat locals to flavourful, authentic fare from the cradle of civilization. Before diving into one of the homemade kebab dishes diners can gear up gustatory glands with six tantalizing tears of pita bread ($3.50) or freshly baked Persian Barbary bread ($2), which can be pleasantly paired with a plate of hummus ($4.99). The kebab vaziri ($11.99) combines charcoal-grilled lemon chicken with a grilled ground beef kebab, jockeying for plate space with rice, cucumber, tomatoes, and lettuce. Similarly sating, the lamb shank?s ($8.99) tender meat slides off the bone and lands gently in a bed of rice, cucumber, and tomatoes, lending a false sense of security to morsels soon lifted mouthward. Like the soles of firewalkers, the white meat chicken kebab ($8.99) conceals tender white meat beneath a golden coating of fiery flavours acquired over the charcoal embers, served with rice and vegetables.
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    546 Bath Rd
    Kingston, ON CA
  • Macdonald Festival
    Celebrating Canada's first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, the Macdonald Festival brings art, theatre and history together. The professional production of the comedy "Sir John, Eh? The Musical" is the highlight of the event. Also enjoy family picnics with entertainment, walking tours, historic sites and galleries.
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    130 Clergy Street
    Kingston, ON CA

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