Cafes and Casual Spots
There’s no need to sacrifice flavour for speed or convenience. Whether you’re spending a chill morning wandering the shops or gearing up for an afternoon of adventure, the right fuel is an important part of any itinerary.
In our colourful Cow Bay district, kick back with a coffee and a morning snack. Up on Third Avenue, explore a wide range of lunch spots and unique places to grab a bite. Find a food truck serving up a quick lunch or sit down to enjoy a delicious meal to keep you fueled up for the day.
There’s a spot for everyone in our selection of cafés and casual eateries, from the quirky to the cultured, from the nationwide chains to the purely Prince Rupert.
Morning coffee at Cowpuccino’s Coffee House. Image by 6ix Sigma Productions
Sophisticated and unique dining options are baked into Prince Rupert’s DNA, with a wide range of incredible local restaurants offering a memorable lunch or dinner experience.
Nestled into beautiful heritage buildings or perched over the harbour with sweeping views, the setting offers a perfect pairing for your meal. In the summer, the sun drops below the horizon late in Prince Rupert and the sunsets make the landscape look like a painting.
You can choose from amongst our wide range of fine dining options offering sophisticated wine pairings, the freshest of local seafood, and charming venues.
Garden Patio at Opa Sushi. Image by Mike Ambach.
Pubs and Local Brews
When your belly is full and you think drinks might finish the evening off nicely, check out Prince Rupert’s fun array of pubs, and be sure to grab a beer from our own craft brewery just up the hill from the heart of Cow Bay!
There are plenty of options for an after-dinner drink, from laid-back pubs to funky lounges where you can finish the evening with a cocktail or local brew.
Be sure to browse our unique range of dining options below to plan your mealtime itinerary.
A round of drinks at wheelhouse brewing company. Image by Mike Ambach
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