On Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, the oldest continuous market in Canada takes place in the square behind City Hall.
The grandiose City Hall is one of the country's finest classical buildings and a relic from the time when Kingston was capital. Friendly...
Kingston's oldest Irish pub is tucked away in an old stone alley near King St. Traditional British pub fare is served alongside sweet...
This phenomenal bakery and cafe fuses unlikely ingredients into palate-pleasing light and savory lunches. For breakfast, delight in...
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Chez Piggy information
Hidden in a flowery stone courtyard, the city's best-known restaurant has earned its reputation with an innovative menu, charming ambience and memorable weekend brunches. Mains include marinated ostrich loin and seared sea scallops. Reservations are strongly recommended on weekends.