Avalon Peninsula Restaurants

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  • 1. Darkstar Coffee Roasters

    $$ | Coffee

    It's rare for a coffee place to be a destination, but folks on the Avalon say this little coffee place with an ocean view is worth the drive. The brews are roasted in-house and served with fresh pies and pastries. The interior has a contemporary industrial feel with communal tables, and the rear deck overlooks the water.

    179 Water St., Newfoundland and Labrador, A1Y 1B1, Canada

    Known For

    • Savory pies made fresh daily
    • Incredible views both indoors and outside
    • Small-batch house-roasted coffee

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon.–Weds.
  • 2. Irish Loop Coffee House

    $ | Coffee

    Just a five-minute drive from the boat-tour docks in Bay Bulls, this restaurant is affectionately know as "Judy's" to locals. Diner classics like tuna melts and BLTs are served with tea, coffee, or beer to sate hikers and tourists who have gratefully come upon this friendly beacon.

    407 Main Hwy., Newfoundland and Labrador, A0A 4K0, Canada

    Known For

    • Excellent coffee
    • Fluffy blueberry pancakes
    • All-day breakfast

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and Tues.
  • 3. Madrock Café


    Down a long road jutting off from the town of Bay Roberts, you'll find this small diner that's worth tracking down. Their toutons (a stiff, doughy, fry bread traditionally served with molasses) are quite tasty. The portions are plentiful but balanced and the prices are the best you will find on the island. Expect crowds.

    723 Water St., Bay Roberts, Newfoundland and Labrador, A0A 1G0, Canada

    Known For

    • Heavenly and unique house-made bread
    • Big crowds
    • Early closing time at 5 pm
  • 4. Red Ochre Cafe


    This A-frame roadside eatery prepares classic diner food with a kick. The menu is simple but with special touches, like artisanal bread for the chicken sandwich, and the rotating selection of cheesecakes. The warm wood-lined interior creates an inviting atmosphere, with an upper loft for a more peaceful space and a deck for finer weather. 

    2 Main Rd., Newfoundland and Labrador, A0A 4J0, Canada

    Known For

    • Warm community atmosphere
    • Maple bacon onion rings
    • Incredible variety of cheesecakes

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and Tues.
  • 5. The Stone Jug


    This gastropub is located in a three-story heritage building with an interior of exposed stone and stair railings built from wood recovered from a Russian dacha. The wood-fire grill creates a warm and aromatic experience. With several floors open for dining, you have your choice of the lively ground level or the more intimate atmosphere upstairs.  

    232 Water St., Newfoundland and Labrador, A1Y 1C3, Canada

    Known For

    • Woodfire pizzas with gourmet toppings
    • Live music on the weekends
    • Signature "dark and stormy" cocktail

    Restaurant Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Mon. and Tues., Reservations recommended
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