Food & Drink

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?

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)

Busl Cider Co. and Orchel Lavender Boutique and Bakery

Visitors have the opportunity to sample a variety of premium ciders in a beautiful landscaped setting. They can also enjoy a walk through the lavender fields or freshly baked goods from the bakery. A boutique at both locations also include soft ice cream and local products such as maple syrup, honey, meats etc.

King’s Lock Craft Distillery

Rob and Laura are the founders of King’s Lock Craft Distillery, and created the company on the basis that distilling spirits in small batches in a pot still creates a spirit that has more body, flavor and less conjugers than other methods. Enjoy organic hand crafted spirits at King’s Lock Craft Distillery!

Windmill Brewery

Windmill, a family owned brewery operating in the historic Johnstown ON. Only a few foot steps to see the historic Battle of the Windmill of 1858. A time when America, and British Troops were defending the what is now Canadian border to the United States of America. Their brew is all natural with no added preservatives for a consistent flavor. Try the classic 1838 Pilsner, crisp and refreshing, with the insight of a grain to glass.