You don’t need to sacrifice your taste buds just because you can’t spend loads of money on food. Take a look at this list and treat your tastebuds!
Keep in mind that we have even more fantastic food-dens for you foodie fanatics! Ask a local about their favourite places next time you visit.
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Elegant, classy and reasonably priced. This waterfront restaurant located in downtown Brockville is an experience within itself. This Italian eatery has a Mediterranean flare, and is perfect for large groups looking to laugh and enjoy a beautiful meal. We recommend you try the Prime Rib Melt (shared prime rib with sauteed mushrooms, caramelized onions and mozzarella cheese on a warm ciabatta bun and a side of rib drippings for dipping).
The entire menu is delicious -even locals rave about this hotspot. Try their Drunken Noodle soup which is the perfect amount of both basil and spices. Yum!
Customers say that this family owned pizzeria has the best pizza in Brockville..maybe the best pizza in the world! We hope you don’t mind a crowd, because locals and tourists love 1000 Islands Restaurant & Pizzeria, so it is always packed! They offer any of your traditional pizza choices from all dressed to carnivore, but you need to try their appetizers. Order some of their antojitos (an-tee-hee-tos) which is a oven-baked flour tortilla filled with cream cheese, jalapenos and hot peppers.
Another fancy spot to bring the special people in your life. Large portions and a beautiful atmosphere, this adorable Bistro offers traditional Italian goodies including caesar salad, bruschetta filet mignon. We recommend stepping off the beaten path and trying one of their specialties such as the Ontario Pork Tenderloin (served with creamy garlic mashed potatoes, fresh veggies and apple strawberry marmalade)!
7. Tandoori Mint
Where are all the flavours in Brockville you ask? Well, they are over at the Tandoori Mint, Brockville’s best Indian restaurant. Super fresh, super flavourful and super healthy options will have your mouth watering once you step food in this adorable spot. We recommend trying out the vegetarian platter – there is something to say about their homemade samosas!
Feel like royalty as you step into Cosies Tearoom. Enjoy heavenly scones with clotted cream and a touch of strawberry jam. They also have an unreal breakfast menu!
Home cooked meals take time but the payoff is worth it! Original home-style recipes in an eclectic atmosphere. Music lovers (and Star Wars fans) will rejoice at The Noshery.
An original hometown restaurant! Jon’s Restaurant has been a family destination for traditional American fare in a casual setting since the 1960s. What you don’t see before walking in the door is all of the unique railway décor. Railway antiques and historical photos adorn the walls to give train buffs even more reason to visit Jon’s. Foodies rejoice: break the shackles of meal time – you can choo-se, choo-se, choo-se to have club sandwiches for breakfast, incredible homemade soups for lunch, no-nonsense burgers and delicious fish and chips. There’s a reason why Jon’s has incredible loyal customers – it’s your kitchen away from home.
11. El Rebost – Prescott
A little bit of Spain in Prescott! El Rebost Des Les Mil Illes features only the finest products from Spain in a tapas restaurant and specialty grocery space. Their mission is to bring the irresistible flavours and aromas of high-quality Spanish foods to your home. Discover gourmet take-out meals and try an authentic taste of Spain! Call ahead to pick up a variety of tapas-like their Garrotxa Goat Cheese Pinchos, or the San Nicasio PDO Artisanal potato chips. Don’t eat animal byproducts? Try their vegan sandwich, made with Heura plant-based chicken.
13. Katarina’s Coffee Shop – Prescott
Don’t miss this shop! Katarina’s Coffee Shop is known for its desserts and baked goods but the coffee is out of this world, too. We’re talking to-die-for homemade pastries, flavourful food, scooped ice cream, espresso and cappuccino. This family-owned and operated café in Prescott is guaranteed to be your new go-to.
14. The Red George Pub – Prescott
Fare with a heritage flare! Named for the War of 1812 hero “Red George” MacDonnell, The Red George Public House was established as a quiet gathering spot with a family atmosphere that quickly grew to be a favourite for locals and visitors alike. Located in an 1830s historic stone building overlooking the Prescott waterfront, it’s known for its delicious menu, cozy vibe and beautiful patio.