Northeastern New Brunswick restaurants

Top Choice Canadian in Bathurst

Fresco

Following on from a successful food truck and an appearance on Canada's Top Chef, Joel Aubie is working his culinary magic in his own open-kitchen restaurant. The well-honed menu uses local ingredients and everythin…
Ice Cream in Campbellton

Bon Ami Ice Cream

From Campbellton, take the coastal Rte 134 27km east to Dalhousie, following the river and soaking up views of the Québec shoreline. In Dalhousie, make a beeline to unassuming looking Bon Ami Ice Cream. Locals have …
Seafood in Caraquet

Pro-Mer

The is the place to eat seafood in town. Next to the bobbing boats in the marina, get your fill of breaded clam poutine, seafood lasagna or whole lobster in a relaxed restaurant setting or on the patio. In the attac…
Acadian in Caraquet

Origines

While the seaside restaurant may be new on the scene, the chef isn't. This culinary artist has returned to his hometown to create five-course meals from local, seasonal products. In summer, it's largely seafood base…
Seafood in Bathurst

Pabineau Seafood Restaurant

Located near the site of the Pabineau Falls, this small, popular eatery, run by the local First Nations group, is the spot to pick up your picnic supplies before heading to the falls. Lobster rolls and fried shrimp,…
International in Bathurst

Nectar

Perched over the Bathurst Harbour, Nectar serves excellent coffee in its downstairs cafe and classier lunches and dinners upstairs. The ambitious menu includes everything from lobster sandwiches to Asian wraps and b…
Japanese in Caraquet

Mitchan Sushi

Inside this quaint, unlikely house, beautifully concocted Japanese morsels are created with fresh local seafood.
Canadian in Caraquet

Le Caraquette

Overlooking the harbor, this no-fuss, family-diner-style restaurant serves typical Maritime meals like fried clams and mayonnaise shrimp salad, along with French Canadian specialties like poutine and smoked-meat san…