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Our heated conservatory is open to the public from May through November and we offer a number of private dining options. Please email us directly for parties of 7+ people and for private dining or events.
Located on the corner of Brock and Wellington streets, just steps from the shops and entertainment of Downtown Kingston with a seasonal patio for al fresco dining. A place to plan, to meet and to mingle, HEIST offers its clientele a chance to ‘steal the moment’ of fun and provide an escape from the mundane within its beautifully designed setting.
Mentioned in “Where to Eat in Canada” for over a decade and recommended by HuffPost Canada Living, an extensive wine list and private and semi-private dining options for groups large and small.
Our thanks to OpenTable Diners who have voted us in Canada’s Top 100 Best Brunch and Most Romantic Restaurants.
The Restaurant’s philosophy is simple – use sustainable, fresh ingredients grown or raised on our property for a true Farm-to-Table experience. For dinner and brunch/lunch services, the restaurant offers a multi-course prefix menu showcasing a combination of family style and plated courses in a refined yet casual dining experience. r.
Walk ins are welcomed when available, and for groups of 9 or more, please contact the restaurant directly to make the reservation.
The Restaurant at Waupoos Estates is a proud member of Feast ON, a not-for-profit that connects foodies with restaurants dedicated to Farm-to-Table cuisine, showcasing the best of Ontario produce.
Our thoughtfully crafted menu boasts a range of seasonal dishes, including hearty comfort food that's sure to hit the spot. Pair your meal with handcrafted cocktails, well-picked wines, or comforting warm beverages that perfectly match the laid-back autumn vibes. Whether you're up for a relaxed lunch, cocktail hour with your favourite folks, or a romantic evening, our waterfront patio provides the ideal backdrop for any occasion.
Our produce is sourced locally & seasonally and can be found in our wonderful selection of market style salads.
We also feature a classic wood fired oven in which we cook to perfection, Canadian style handmade thin crust pizzas.
The Grizzly Grill is proud to be locally owned & operated for the last two decades. As a local business, we are proudly committed to giving back to our community, while sustaining a vibrant and thriving local economy.
Our mission? Great people helping other great people totally have a blast while enjoying amazing food. Wow, that was a mouthful. But can you blame us? We’re a restaurant. One that specializes in delicious food and great times. Our goal is to make you laugh. And depending on your hot sauce tolerance, cry.
In all seriousness, we take real pride in our food. Try our Cluckin’ Fresh Chicken Fingers, made and seasoned with fresh, never frozen chicken tenders. This isn’t run-of-the-mill pub grub.
But outside of the kitchen, we find it hard to take ourselves seriously. We have an Elvis booth. For no particular reason. Folks, that really does say it all. We’re sports fanatics, music nuts and love a good joke. If you’re into at least one of those things, we should hang out.
- JCJoeCToronto / Ontario •2 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoAs always we had a lovely stay and dinner. Although we haven’t been here in several years we were very pleased to return to one of our favourite restaurants.More infoAquaTerraPrice: Moderate• Contemporary Canadian• Kingston•4.6
- KKittyVancouver / British Columbia •13 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoFabulous food, service, ambiance. Go for the Branzina fish if you like crispy skin.More infoHEIST Restaurant + Wine ClubPrice: Expensive• Contemporary Italian• Kingston•4.6
- OTOpenTable Diner1 review4.0Dined on Aug 31, 2023Sat on the roof, view was amazing, service was great, food was yummy. I started to get chilly and asked to have one of the heaters turned on but it sounds like most of them are broken.More infoJack Astor's - KingstonPrice: Moderate• Canadian• Kingston•3.9
- CPCarolePToronto / Ontario •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023It was an amazing dinner and great quality food. Everything has gone up in price spot given so have groceries, it is understandable. The service was excellent. They were playing interesting music, and it was quite loud. It just didn’t suit the environment. Other than that all was great.More infoThe Keg Steakhouse + Bar - KingstonPrice: Moderate• Steakhouse• Kingston•4.6
- PPattyToronto / Ontario •1 review5.0Dined on Jul 9, 2022The wait staff was great and I was happy because they offer gluten free buns on their delicious hamburgers! Great ambience on the patio!More infoTir Nan Og Irish Pub - KingstonPrice: Moderate• American• Kingston•4.5
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