Places to Eat


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.

San Josef Bay was just what the family ordered! Quality time with Mother Nature.
— Parents of teenagers