Places to Eat

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Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs

Port Hardy may be a small town but we do have some great places to eat. 

Café Guido. They have great coffee, tea, paninis, pastries and snacks to go. There is also a bookstore, local craft shop and clothing store in the building to check out while waiting for your Americano.

Hame & Naxid Pub. These are both located in the newly renovated, Kwa’lilas Hotel. They offer local, west coast cuisine, small plates and a great selection of beer & wine.

Market Street Café. Open for breakfast and lunch, they specialize in homemade bread, buns, cinnamon buns & treats. They have a great eggs benedict and make an effort to use the freshest ingredients.

Captain Hardy’s. Recently remodeled and under new management, Captain Hardy’s has a Red Seal chef on staff. They focus on local seafood, fish and chips, sushi and always have great specials.

The Sporty Bar & Grill. Located in downtown Port Hardy (across from the Visitor’s Centre) offers traditional pub fair along with daily specials. They have a kid’s area and menu and also have a seasonal patio.

IV’s Quarterdeck Pub. Located at the Quartdeck Marina and beside the Quarterdeck Inn, they offer traditional pub fair with a view of the marina and a pool table. There is also a family friendly area for dining with children.

Taziker’s Restaurant & Pub. Located at the Glen Lyon Inn, this pub has a beautiful view of Hardy Bay & the estuary. It’s a great place to enjoy pub faire and watch for bald eagles. There is a section for families and children.

Toudai Sushi. Is located in the North Shore Inn and is across the street from The Quatse Campground. They offer traditional Japanese cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. It is about five minutes from downtown Port Hardy.

Seto’s Wok & Grill. Located in the North Island Mall, they offer traditional Chinese dishes and seafood. The restaurant is recently renovated and is family friendly.

Karai Sushi & Grill. Is located at the Airport Inn which, is about 15 minutes out of downtown Port Hardy, but very close to our local airport and beautiful, Storey’s Beach. They have a great selection of sushi and traditional Japanese dishes. They also offer some western menu items. Families are welcome.

Moe’s Restaurant. Located in downtown Port Hardy, they cater to take-out orders and also have an eat-in area that is suitable for families. They offer pizza, donairs, pita wraps, subs, fried chicken, salads, etc.

 
 
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