Restaurants, Pubs & Drinkeries in Cape Breton Island
With some of the country’s best lobster and farmers’ markets, as well as a rich blend of Acadian and Scottish heritages, Cape Breton Island has all the components needed for a true heritage food experience. This ruggedly beautiful island on the northernmost tip of Nova Scotia remains somewhat isolated from the rest of the world and yet known to the world thanks to the Cabot Trail. Perhaps as a result, its restaurants tend to favor local fare over internationally-inspired cuisine. Count on your next meal or drink being accompanied by some of the island’s famously genuine hospitality.