Discover the  Pubs, Bistros, Casual and Fine Dining in Kingston

A gastronomy delight – so many to choose from – with some noted in ‘Where to Eat in Canada’. Outdoor patios, converted livery stables, carriage ways…..

Olivea Restaurant

… in Kingston’s downtown market square, provides a fresh perspective on Italian style cuisine blending  a classical approach with modern elegance emphasizing  freshness and quality.

Le Chien Noir

Located just steps from historic market square, Le Chien Noir offers a relaxed, stylish setting along with updated bistro classics prepared using fresh high quality ingredients. From the spacious zinc bar ‘Le Chien’ offers a large selection of European draughts and an extensive wine list.


Kingston’s finest tapas bar and restaurant in the heart of downtown. A delightfully creative menu where old and new world tastes collide. Tango offers a stylish, yet casual dining atmosphere for lunch and dinner. Creative martinis are a specialty: choose from yesterday’s classics or today’s funky and flirtatious styles.

Chez Piggy

A favourite of Kingston food lovers for over 30 years…. This  once abandoned limestone stable  launched a dining experience that blends grace and gusto, taste and imagination. “The pig,” as it is known locally, continues to attract both newcomers and a longstanding, faithful clientele.”

The River Mill

Located in Kingston’s’ Historic Woolen Mill, The River Mill Restaurant  with spectacular waterfront views offers contemporary fresh cuisine.in  a relaxed setting reminiscent of the deep south. An extensive wine selection of 100 vintage and private-order wines complements the dining experience.

Curry Original

Enjoy the culinary delights of India in a beautiful historic building overlooking Lake Ontario. Curry Original offers creative dishes from various regions of India prepared with authentic Indian herbs and spices. All ingredients are of the finest quality and fresh, organic ingredients are used whenever possible.

Renaissance Event & Wedding Venue

This historic church, built in 1837 is Kingston’s oldest surviving church structure.