Valentine’s weekend- and the two or three days around it- is traditionally a big days for restaurants to make money. That reality has never been more important than right now. You can do your part by supporting local restaurants and ordering dinner in for a romantic Valentine’s evening at home.
KitchenerToday.com – With nine local restaurants participating, there’s a rainbow of mouthwatering dishes to pick from at this year’s Uptown Comfort Food Crawl. Tracy Van Kalsbeek of the Uptown Waterloo BIA said this year, there will be nine different restaurants participating.
A change of routine could jazz up what your normal restaurant take-out patterns are and add a bit of light (and we all need some light!) to the way you eat – and the restaurants you support – in 2021. Here are seven lighter-fare dishes from a few restaurants and food businesses in Waterloo Region.
Posted on andrewcoppolino.com – Partnering with numerous restaurants and bars over the years, THEMUSEUM has created hugely successful food and beverage events with sellout crowds. With this Membership drive, they now plan to help their partners in the hospitality industry in Kitchener-Waterloo.
Even as the weather begins to cool, there are still plenty of opportunities to enjoy dining al fresco
thanks to several heated patios in the Waterloo Region!
FamilyFunCanada.com – If you live with food intolerances, you will know how hard it can be to eat out. But that is changing fast. On a recent 2-day getaway to the three cities of Waterloo Region—Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge—I discovered a host of great food outlets that cater to intolerances.
Cbc.ca – The City of Kitchener is extending its patio program until the end of the year, and plans to allow restaurants and bars to serve patrons outdoors “as long as possible.”
CTV News Kitchener – With public health limitations set on dining indoors, some restaurants around Waterloo Region are finding new ways to keep patio season going past its usual end date.
Get in touch with your inner Norsk during this Waterloo Region fall. Bundle up and embrace a date-night “friluftsliv” – a word that loosely translates to “living the outdoor life.” And why not expand your date night to include a staycation getaway at a local hotel.
While hearty German and Mennonite fare easily pop to mind when visitors think of Waterloo Region’s food scene, those dishes are only some of what’s on our table. Our restaurant scene continually evolves to provide a taste of who’s calling Waterloo Region home.
Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest will be quite different this year with traditional festhallen closed. However, Canada’s largest Bavarian festival is re-imagining itself when it comes to food with a restaurant program, and Arabella Park Beer Bar is participating as a Micro-Festhalle
Summertime and the grillin’ is easy. Here’s a collection of just a few Waterloo Region burgers for you to check out over the summer months! (Note: in virtually all locations where they serve hamburgers, there is some sort of vegetarian or vegan offering as well.)
TravelMammal.com – A day filled with delicious grub, refreshing drinks and stunning art on a beautiful sunny day with friends? Sign me up! Ontario’s Waterloo Region took a bold step and decided to combine both art and food. and recently launched the Art Fresco Public Art Project.
While your average breakfast may be a bowl of cereal, in Waterloo Region there are lots of great places to enjoy a more upscale morning meal featuring everything from pancakes and waffles dripping with maple syrup, made to order omelettes, bacon and eggs and more! Dine in or enjoy at home.
The milkshake – and its forgotten great-grandfather “the malted” – has a long and storied history. Now or 100 years ago, the frosty beverages are a perfect summer treat. And they’re perfect, too, for saying goodbye to summer, sad though that is.
The pub, tavern, the neighbourhood local, the public house: call it what you will, your favourite casual food-and-beverage watering hole with sports on the TVs is your favourite because you love it, you feel comfortable there and it’s an oasis from the week’s (or the day’s) toils.
There’s nothing quite like sitting around a table with family and friends and having great conversations over a delicious meal. Now, take that same table, have it painted by a talented local artist, place it on one of our region’s fabulous patios, and you have the recipe for the Art Fresco Project.
blogTO August 3, 2020 – Kitchener-Waterloo has all the makings of a lovely socially-distanced weekend getaway. While Kitchener-Waterloo might be known as a tech-hub, home to the offices of Google, it’s also filled with some great outdoor gems ready for exploring.
Narcity July 28, 2020 – Angie’s Waterloo sells incredible gourmet cinnamon buns that look like a dream come true. You can get all sorts of unique flavours when visiting this sweet, family-owned venue. The buns are piled high with toppings, and just looking at one will have you drooling.
Get ready for Civic Holiday Long Weekend fun with family and friends in Waterloo Region! No need to go far – hit the trails, visit an attraction, or enjoy a patio.
Chef Thompson Tran of The Wooden Boat Food Co. is featured in Culinary Tourism Alliance Kitchen Party series
Dec. 15, 2019 – Everyone knows that the best parties always end in the kitchen. With our series, Kitchen Party, we’re sitting down with Feast On Chefs to get to know them, and the local foods that inspire them, a little better. Meet Chef Thompson Tran of The Wooden Boat Food Co. in Kitchener
What if you don’t like – or simply want a bit of a change from – the traditional holiday meal? The choice is excellent in Waterloo Region: between specialty food shops, butchers, and farmers’ markets, as well as local restaurant fare, there are lots of sources for alternatives.
The World’s 50 Best sent Korean chef Junghyun Park of restaurant Atomix in New York to travel around Ontario’s wine country, to experience the region’s best culinary experiences as well as its liquid treasures. Included in his tour was a stop at Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa
By Andrew Coppolino – Keep the chilly blast and miserable rain at bay with some comfort food – warming dishes from a host of rich food cultures that will be sure to soothe the body and the soul in the face of blustery autumn cold.