— Restaurants, Pubs, Cafés, Take-outs where cruisers can eat, within easy walking distance
For cruisers, who spend weeks, months, or even full-time aboard their boats, restaurants in harbours and anchorages are always a welcome change from their on-board cuisine. With only their boat, dinghy, and “shank's pony” for transport, such eateries need to be within “easy walking distance” of a place where they can get ashore.
This list provides information on such places so that cruisers will know where they can find a welcoming place to eat, within a couple of kilometres of getting ashore. [Two kilometres may seem like a long distance for some landlubbers, but cruisers have little choice but to walk. They are accustomed to walking considerable distances and usually welcome a chance to stretch their legs.]
The listing implies no endorsement. It provides brief information on each eatery and/or links to known websites, Facebook and Twitter pages.
Bras d'Or Lakes
- St Peter's
- Little Harbour
- Grand Narrows
- Wagmatcook (Nyanza Bay)
- Little Bras d'Or
Cape Breton Coastal Harbours
- Bay St Lawrence
- Grand Étang
- Ingonish (MacLeods Point)
- Margaree Harbour (Belle Côte)
- Neils Harbour
- Pleasant Bay
- Port Hood (Murphys Pond)
- South Ingonish (Ingonish Beach)
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