Whaddya at? (What’s Going On?)

Our city has a bright and bustling downtown scene. Hiking trails line the coastlines and a short drive will bring you to the most easterly point in North America, Cape Spear. Quaint shops fill Duckworth Street and North America’s oldest street, Water Street. George Street has a variety of pubs, bars, and clubs – live local music can be found any night of the week. In recent years, St. John’s has become a foodie paradise. St John’s offers a wide variety of cuisine: From Middle Eastern, to Asian, to locavore cuisine, and everything in between - here’s a link to the restaurants in St. John's

Most notably, Adelaide, Oyster House was ranked #7 on Air Canada’s EnRoute Canada’s Best New Restaurants 2015. Raymonds is ranked #11 in Canada’s 100 Best 2016 and Mallard Cottage is ranked #22 on that list. For a unique take on what can only be described as nouvelle Newfoundland cuisine, try Bacalao on LeMarchant Rd.

Downtown St. John's and Destination St. John’s are a couple of great resources for those who are new to St. John's.

For a complete listing of all of what’s on the go in our fair city, visit The Overcast.