Dining, Best Enjoyed Fresh
You can’t visit Kingston and not rave about the food. With more restaurants per capita than nearly any city in Canada, you’re guaranteed to find something new and delicious! Casual & fine dining, unique creations and pub fare – you’ll find it all and more in Kingston 1000 Islands!
Listing every amazing restaurant would be next to impossible but here are few that offer a cozy outdoor patio:
Woodenheads Gourmet Pizza
This is the place to go for delicious and unique food, including the best wood-fired pizza around. Relax on the patio or chill inside by the bar, just make sure to call ahead because this is one busy spot. Located at 192 Ontario Street, Kingston.
Dianne’s Fish Shack & Smokehouse
Downtown Kingston, just steps away from the waterfront you’ll find Dianne’s. This is a seafood extravaganza that celebrates the quintessential Canadian east coast with a hint of Baja Mexican flavouring. Dianne’s has embraced the local food movement and is a big supporter of local farmers and breweries such as Gananoque Brewing Company and Muskoka Brewery. Located at 195 Ontario Street, Kingston.
The Kingston Brewing Company
This is Ontario’s oldest brew pub, established n 1986 and is Canada’s oldest wine-producing pub. Housed in an 1800’s-era brick and stone building, they produce beers, wines, ciders and soda pops right on the premises. Food is pub style with beer used in many of the recipes. Located at 34 Clarence Street, Kingston.
Le Chien Noir Bistro
Le Chien Noir is one of the City’s most popular dining establishments. This upbeat, stylish bistro serves dishes prepared with fresh seasonal market-driven ingredients. Unwind at the spacious zinc bar, relax in the dining room or on the colorful courtyard terrace. Located at 69 Brock Street, Kingston
With authentic German and Austrian cuisine, Amadeus has been serving schnitzel to Kingstonians since 1992. To compliment their old world Breitwieser family recipes, Amadeus offers an exclusive list of draft beers imported directly from Germany. You can enjoy a true Hefeweissbier, Pilsner or even an original Lager from Munich. During the summer months be sure to visit the biergarten and enjoy a gold radler – you will honestly feel a touch of Europe.
Windmills Casual Fine Dining
Windmills is a true treat for your senses, no detail is overlooked from the exceptional food and fine wine to the evocative art and soothing music. Using only the freshest ingredients, many from local producers; the menu is eclectic and features fare from around the world. Located at 184 Princess Street, Kingston.