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February 2017

Gluten-Friendly & Vegetarian Restaurants in Brockville

Gluten-Friendly and Vegetarian Restaurants in Brockville

Do you have special dietary needs, such as gluten allergies or a need for vegetarian options? There are still plenty of restaurants in Brockville to choose from! All of the following restaurants have both gluten-free/friendly and vegetarian options to make your dining choices easy.

1000 Islands Pizzeria
This unique combination of pizzeria and Greek restaurant has been a family-owned Brockville staple since 1970! They also have an amazing selection of appetizers and delicious sandwiches.

241 Pizza

At 241 Pizza you are able to get any medium-sized pizza with gluten-free crust!

 

A Taste of Italy the Mill

The Mill restaurant is located in one of the most stunning historical buildings in Brockville.  The Mill features a traditional Italian cuisine with a European flair.  The menu has several items that are vegetarian and gluten friendly.  Open for Lunch and Dinner and private parties.

Brimstone Wood Fired Pizza
If you're craving real wood-fired pizza, Brimstone Pizza is where it's at. Their options range from the traditional to the eclectic, and the staff makes every effort to accommodate dietary needs.

Brockberry Grill
The Brockberry Grill is a relaxed casual dining spot, known particularly for its range of creative salads and crepes. It's also available for reservations and special events.

Buell Street Bistro

The Buell Street Bistro features Canadian Cuisine with a Mediterranean flair! They offer a separate gluten-free menu. 

Georgian Dragon Pub
This traditional British-style pub offers up a wide variety of traditional pub foods, as well as one of the best breakfast\brunch menus in town!

Golden Gate Restaurant
The Golden Gate is the top buffet in Brockville, featuring a variety of Chinese, Szechuan, and Canadian specialties. If you don't see vegetarian\gluten-free options on the buffet, just ask!

Island Delight
This mixed Chinese/Thai restaurant is a long-time favorite, with fantastic stir-fry’s, curries, and egg noodle dishes. Tofu and other meat replacements available.

Kazuko Restaurant
The best spot in Brockville for Japanese and pan-Asian fusions, Kazuko offers a variety of specialties and dim sum, all prepared by a master Japanese chef.

Nakhon Thai Express
This family-owned restaurant features the most authentic Thai in town, and a head chef who has worked around the world. Try their excellent combo meals for a great sampler!

O'Mally Kourt Fudgery

There's no shortage of food options at O'Mally Kourt Fudgery. This includes gluten-free fudge, a line of gluten-free breads, and gluten-free meals to take home!

Shawarma Garden
The first and only restaurant in Brockville featuring Lebanese cuisine, Shawarma Garden is a true treat. A wide variety of vegetarian options makes this a great animal-friendly choice.

Spitfire Cafe
While the retro-themed Spitfire has an inclusive menu, they specialize in great gluten-free and vegetarian dishes. It's a must-visit!

Tait's Bakery
Don't be put off by the name - Tait's Bakery still offers gluten-free options, with a great selection of yummy baked treats.

Tall Ships Waterfront Grille

With a stunning view of the St. Lawrence River, Tall Ships offers an elegant dining experience. They have an expansive menu and are happy to accommodate gluten-free guests.

Tandoori Mint
Brockville's top Indian restaurant serves a wide variety of vegetarian dishes, all deliciously authentic and exotic.

The Union Jack Pub
Take a step into Britain at the Union Jack, with a variety of pub foods and gluten-free/vegetarian options available on request.

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Celebrate Canada 150!

Time to get in the spirit!

Downtown Brockville is gearing up to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday! There are plenty of events, programs, contests, and ways for you to get involved.

Spend some time taking in 150 years of the area’s history with the Brockville Museum.  For the 150 days leading up to July 1st, the Brockville Museum will be sharing an interesting tidbit about our past on their social media. You can also check out the digital exhibit here.

Really get into the spirit by hosting a Canada 150 event!  If you have an event already planned, or an interesting idea for one, simply connect with the Brockville Tourism office to have your event included in local event listings.  Have cherry and vanilla popsicles, sing some Tragically Hip, play pin the tail on the moose – get creative!

Check back here for more events and initiatives throughout the year!

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