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Whether you’re stopping in Brockville off highway 401 for a quick bite to eat, or you’re visiting for a few days, Brockville has restaurants that will keep your taste buds wanting more.

Venture down to the Downtown Brockville core, and you’ll find a collection of tried, tested and true family-run restaurants. These locations are all favourites of locals, from the local pizza places to their fish and chips spot of choice. Pick up some amazing Chinese food, or settle in for a fun evening in one of our pubs. You can even grab a seat watching the waterfront at some of our local family restaurants or waterfront patios. You won’t find these restaurants cutting corners – quality is key, and the customers who keep coming back for more are their success stories.

Looking for something more familiar? Brockville’s north end is where you’ll find restaurants that will taste like home. You can still go to your family’s favourite place to eat, even when on vacation. Close to our hotels, you can find something delicious no matter where you are in Brockville.

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Restaurants

Tastes from Around the World

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Golden Gate Restaurant

172 King St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3R5

613-342-0408 | website

Long-time restaurant featuring Chinese buffet fare in a comfortable dining room with cultural decor.

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Island Delight

140 King St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3R5

613-342-3628 | website

Casual eatery offering Chinese & Thai dishes, including family dinners & combination plates.

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Kochi Sushi

160 Stewart Blvd,
Brockville, ON K6V 4W3

613-345-3699 | website

Begin with a profound love and appreciation of sushi, an unwavering purveyance for the finest Asian cuisine, toss in a penchant for aesthetics, add a dash of aural pleasure, and therein lie the fundamental ingredients that comprise Kochi Sushi Asian-Fusion. Kochi Sushi offers takeout, delivery, and all-you-can-eat lunch & dinner.

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Shawarma Garden

138 King St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3R5

613-499-8686 | website

Heart of the Lebanese Cedar Cuisine.

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Osmow’s Shawarma

2539 Parkedale Ave Unit A1B, Brockville, ON K6V 3H1

(613) 342-7786 | website

 

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One Love Jamaican Cuisine

125 Stewart Blvd, Brockville, ON ON K6V 4W4

(613) 499-9244 |Facebook

 

Cafe/Deli/Breakfast

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Tait’s Fresh Start

31 King St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3P7

613-865-8800 | website

We are a local bakery with a lot of heart! The original bakery was established 1908.

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Fine Dining

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Buell Street Bistro

27 Buell St,
Brockville, ON K6V 4Y1

613-345-2623 | website

Mediterranean & local fare served in an intimate, 19th-century building with a fireplace & patio. 

Canadian/Pub/Grill

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Boston Pizza

2000 Parkdale Ave,
Brockville, ON K6V 7N4

613-498-2901 | website

A family restaurant and sports bar serving great food, including pizza, pasta, wings, at more than 390 locations across Canada.

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Jon’s Restaurant

130 Perth St,
Brockville, ON K6V 5E3

613-342-9521 | website

Longtime destination for traditional American fare in a casual setting lined with railway decor.

Dessert Shops

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Boboli

32 King St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3P6

613-498-2957

Cafe that serves soup, sandwiches, and desserts.

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Fat Les Waterfront Patio

30 Block House Island Rd, Brockville, ON K6V 4S9

(613)498-3000|Website

Ice Cream & Milkshakes

Fish & Chips

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Captain George’s Fish & Chips

241 Park St,
Brockville, ON K6V 2H6

613-345-2276 | website

Captain George’s Fish and Chips specializes in authentic English Style Fish and Chips, including Halibut, Haddock or Cod. We cut our chips fresh daily!

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Don’s Fish & Chips

40 Water St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3L3

613-342-6979 | website

Straightforward, compact spot serving varieties of fish ‘n’ chips & poutine at a counter year-round.

Food Trucks

Sam & Harry’s Place Chipwagon

1847 2,
Brockville, ON K6V 5T1

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Health Food Restaurant

Mediterranean/Italian

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1000 Islands Restaurant & Pizzeria

226 King St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3R8

613-345-1103 | website

Long-time joint with a chill vibe dishing up straightforward pizza, souvlaki, burgers & pasta.

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The Mill Restaurant

123 Water St W,
Brockville, ON K6V 3M2

613-345-7098 | website

This quaint, circa-1852 grist mill features Italian entrees, steaks & a separate tapas lounge.

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Little Caesars

2011 Parkedale Ave R2,
Brockville, ON K6V 7N4

613-498-9999 | website

Carry-out chain featuring chicken wings, signature breadsticks & pizza tossed from housemade dough.

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Papa’s Pizzaland

91 King St W, Brockville, ON
K6V 3R6

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Grab & Go

Breweries, Distilleries and Wineries

Brockville is home to a collection of excellent craft breweries for drinks of all kinds. No matter what your taste, you’ll find a new favourite drink from the Brockville and 1000 Islands region.

BREWERIES

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1000 Islands Brewery

(613) 342-3772
65 King St W, Brockville, ON K6V 3P8
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Found in Downtown Brockville, the 1000 Islands Brewery produces a series of beers that are popular with locals and visitors alike. Hand crafted beer and hard soda made in the 1000 Islands. Locally sourced Canadian ingredients. Over 10 core brands and extensive seasonal offerings. Has beer store on site to sell our products. Tours available.

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Windmill Brewery

(613) 704-0154
5 Newport Dr, Johnstown, ON K0E 1T1
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Just east of Brockville and Prescott, Windmill Brewery has been creating popular beers in Johnstown since 2016. With names such as the 1838 Pilsner, the Barracks Black Lager, and the Rail Dock Amber, Windmill Brewery invokes the area’s history to tell the story of their beers. Their brewery doubles as an event space through the summer, so bring your friends and come see the live music that plays on Friday nights until Labour Day.

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ARBRU Brewery

(613) 799-3245
 71 Quabbin Rd, Mallorytown, ON K0E 1R0
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This micro-brewery has the environment on the forefront of its mind! As Ontario’s first off-grid brewery, arbru beer is committed to helping the environment by brewing beer. Through using solar power to planting a tree for every beer sold, arbru is taking craft beer to new levels, using the hashtag #ThereIsNoPlanB.

CIDERIES

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BUSL Cider

(613) 769-1248
75 Quabbin Rd, Mallorytown, ON K0E 1R0
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This family-run craft cidery can be found just outside of Brockville, in Mallorytown, ON. Their ciders are known for their unique flavours that help them stand out from the regular apple cider. Their flavours include beet and blueberry, cherry and haskap, as well as the more traditional apple and pear flavours. Be sure to follow BUSL on their social media, as they are always developing limited edition flavours for the seasons and holidays!

DISTILLERIES

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King’s Lock Craft Distillery

(613) 704-2529
5 Newport Dr UNIT #1, Johnstown, ON K0E 1T1
www.klcraftdistillery.ca

At King’s Lock Craft Distillery, they strongly believe that you should live life in small batches. They pride themselves on creating some of life’s little pleasures, especially in their spirits! They have many speciality spirits, such as the Von Schoultz vodka, the conestoga gin, the lighthouse shine, and the 1000 Islands moonshine, all of which are gluten free! They also are award winners, with their Prescott white rye, their Canada’s Whiskeyjack rye, and their vodka and moonshine all winning at national and international competitions. King’s Lock is built off a concept of keeping a minimal environmental impact, keeping things organic, local and sustainable. If you’re interested in seeing how these award winning spirits are made, be sure to check out their location on highway #2 in Johnstown (just east of Prescott.)

Culinary Experiences

Discover the culinary wonders of Brockville, surrounded by sprawling farmland on all sides. Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of local farms, where you can witness the artistry of sustainable agriculture and engage with passionate farmers. From strolling through lush fields of fresh produce to savoring farm-to-table feasts crafted by talented chefs, every bite tells a story of authenticity and local flavors. Experience hands-on workshops, guided tours, and forge unforgettable memories as you connect with the heart and soul of Brockville’s culinary identity. Prepare to be captivated by the beauty, inspired by the passion, and delighted by sensational culinary experiences that highlight the region’s agricultural abundance.

Maison Maitland Cooking School & Villas

Welcome to Maison Maitland Cooking School and Villas. Our 1828 Georgian stone manor is on 5 acres overlooking the St. Lawrence. It has been curated to evoke a place of gracious European country living. Join us for one of our hands-on cooking classes, unique to Eastern Ontario. Cook in our state-of-the-art Chef’s kitchen and in season, gather in our beautiful courtyard to enjoy the fruits of your labour. Scheduled and Private Classes available. Stay a little longer and relax in one of our luxurious 2-bedroom Carriage House villas and explore the 1000 Island Brockville region. Concierge Services available.

1258 County Road 2, Maitland Ontario
Open by appointment only.

www.maisonmaitland.com

In operation since 2010. Member of Brockville & District Chamber of Commerce, Tourism Industry Association of Ontario, Culinary Tourism Alliance, FeastON certified.

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The Natty Picnic Co.

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Brockville’s only luxury pop-up picnic provider.
Wednesday — Sunday 12pm — 9pm
CONTACT:
jackiefrank9@gmail.com
website: www.thenattypicnicco.com

 

Tincap Berry Farm

If you’re wanting to visit a picturesque farm, Tincap Berry Farm checks all the boxes. The family run business is friendly and more than happy to share what they know with people who come to visit. While berry picking might be in their name, you can visit TIncap Berry Farm throughout the summer and find all kinds of fresh produce available to buy. From mid June to July, you can pick your own strawberries or peas, while in July, raspberries are in season to pick yourself. If you’re wanting to see what else is available throughout the summer, check out their crop calendar and be sure to stop in for a visit!

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Hall’s Apple Market

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If the thought of fresh apple pie is already making you salivate, you need to visit Halls Apple Market in Brockville. Open year round, there is always something baking in their kitchen, or ready to buy to bake in your own kitchen. Apple pie, apple bread, apple cider… we could list everything available to buy at Halls Apple Market, but we’re getting hungry just writing it! When the summer begins to draw to a close, visiting Halls Apple Market takes on a whole other level of magic, when they open their orchard so people can pick their own apples. From August to October, different types of apples become available, so check out their picking calendar and check out Halls Apple Market when your favourite type is ripe!

Brockville Farmer’s Market

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October 28, 1832: Charles Jones donated two acres of land to the city of Brockville for the creation of a farmers market. Since then, the Brockville Farmers’ Market has moved and changed, but has become one of the oldest continuous farmers markets in Ontario. Running from May to October, the Brockville Farmers’ market is known for its friendly vendors and scenic location on Market Street West. It currently can hold up to 51 vendors, selling everything from fresh picked fruits and vegetables, to maple syrup, crafts and flowers. It’s a popular attraction for both the local and visitor, so be sure to come see what’s growing lately! And while you’re visiting our market, be sure to stop into the Brockville Tourism office and come say hi! We can be found at 10 Market Street West.