Last Best Brewpub – Lunch Spot with Co-Workers

A quick location to walk to with co-workers from downtown and a great place to meet groups – Last Best always has a fresh menu. I opted for a light lunch and ordered an appy for 1 – Bannock with Bison Steak. It was layered nicely with a strong cheese, and the bannock was nice…

Brixton Pub – Comfort Foodie

Have I mentioned that I love the Brixton? This neighbourhood pub is fairly new, but serves up a fresh take on neighbourhood pub drinks & eats. My personal favourite: the blackened chicken fettuccine. In this case they were out of fettuccine, and substituted with linguine which was equally good (if not better). Great atmosphere, people…

4th Spot – Good Beer, Family Oriented, Brunch, All in One.

I love this place, the menu is always kept interesting and it is a very diverse but laid back crowd. We ventured here on a weekend, so I decided to try a new menu item for brunch. Warning – never eat out when HANGRY as you make terrible decisions like ordering the Fried Chicken &…

The best neighbourhood pub – Brixton

This pub breaks all the stereotypes of the “corner neighbourhood pub”. Food – It has FANTASTIC food, that is not limited to nachos, but actually sports a Cajun theme. Decor – you step in and it looks like an upscale Earls, defying any preconceptions I may have had. (Great for a date!). People – Don’t…

Roustabout – Fort St. John

This seems to be a local favourite and is especially accommodating for large groups. I was surprised they had Caribbean inspired dishes on the menu, so tried the Caribbean Curry ($16) for lunch.

Cleaver – Cutting through Classics

If you follow my posts you’ve likely┬árealized I have a penchant for fried chicken. So of course I ordered the Buttermilk Chicken Slider. For a slider, this was a HUGE portion size. I also picked off a friend’s chicken salad with parmesan dressing – and it was absolutely delicious. Use the term “salad” loosely as…

National on 8th – Scotch Egg

This is not a full review of the restaurant – just of one appy to go with my beer: The Scotch Egg. What is a scotch egg? It is a medium poached egg wrapped in sausage and deep fried in batter. The trick is not overcooking the yolk – which is really hard to do….