These restaurants, cafés, and stores are all within 45 minutes of our venue by car. For those who are staying at a camp ground, cabin, or efficiency unit, we have included general stores—local places where you can pick up basic staples and other items—and local full-service grocery stores.
Check for hours of operation before you make your plans. This is the shoulder season, and hours become shorter.
Don’t forget that, if you are attending Saturday Sessions, lunch is provided as a part of your ticket price. As well, Sunday passes include brunch at noon, and our opening gala always offers nibbles. This year, we also offer supper on Saturday night.
These are arranged approximately from closest to furthest from our venues.
- Chanterelle Country Inn, North River Bridge
48678 Cabot Trail; 902.929.2263; 866.277.0577
- Goose Cove General Store, Goose Cove
49685 Cabot Trail; 902.929.2233; email@example.com
- Bistro at Cabot Shores, Indian Brook
30 Buchanan Drive (at the Cabot Trail); 866.929.2585; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Simply Pizza, Indian Brook
45894 Cabot Trail; 902.929.2627
- Lobster Galley, South Haven
Exit 11, at Hwy 105; 902.295.3100; email@example.com
- Clucking Hen Café and Bakery, North Shore
45073 Cabot Trail; 902.929.2501
- The Dancing Moose Café, Birch Plain
42691 Cabot Trail; 902.929.2523; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tim Horton’s, Baddeck
at Exit 9, on Hwy 105; 902.295.2118
- The Village of Baddeck
There is a variety of dining rooms, casual dining, and grocery stores in Baddeck; drive in to town and explore, or check with the Baddeck Visitor Information Centre, Chebucto Street; 902.295.1911; email@example.com
- Red Barn Gift Shop and Restaurant, Baddeck
2 Cabot Trail, at Exit 7, on Hwy 105; 902.295.3036; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Herring Choker Deli, Nyanza
on Hwy 105 just west of Baddeck; 902.295.2275; email@example.com