Restaurants and Dining

Treat yourself to the culinary delights that Brockville and the 1000 Islands region have to offer. From family to fine dining, from historic to contemporary settings, Brockville has something to satisfy every taste bud. Brockville’s restaurants provide visitors with unique menus and atmospheres.

Sit, relax, and enjoy the rich architecture and scenery of historic Downtown Brockville and its home style bakeries, bistros, pubs, outdoor patios and charming tearooms. Many of Brockville’s restaurants provide a variety of cultural experiences and menus including Irish, Chinese, Italian, Greek, Indian,and  French. Your dining experience may begin with an typical Canadian breakfast and end with an authentic Indian or Thai dinner. The possibilities are endless!

Looking for something more?

Try a 1000 Islands Tasting Tour

Whether you visiting from out of town or are a long time local, Brockville’s downtown tasting tour has something new and exciting for everyone. During our guided walking tours guests learn about Brockville’s rich history while enjoying a variety of restaurants and atmospheres in the beautiful and historic city. The tour will stop at four of the top restaurants allowing them to share their award winning cuisine. Each restaurant represents one course of your meal and features a unique menu item showcasing their local talent. Wines and beers are hand selected and  paired accordingly.

Explore the Brockville Farmers’ Market

The Brockville Farmers’ Market is proud to offer 100% local produce and locally crafted products for over 180 years. Step outside the Brockville Tourism Office onto Market Street West on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday mornings and enjoy shopping from local vendors. (scroll below to our restaurant and dining Business Directory and select “local flavours” to find more local producers)

Have tea on the veranda at Fulford Place

Stop by this magnificent Edwardian mansion for a tour and lunch at the tea room. Enjoy the views from the sweeping veranda overlooking the mighty St. Lawrence River while you enjoy a traditional tea and lunch.

May-August (reservations recommended)