Exploring Fredericton: Where to Eat
With dozens of restaurants, coffee shops and takeout joints within a 10-minute walk of the hotel, we figured we'd relieve you of choice paralysis with a few of our favourite spots to grab food downtown.
The Happy Baker
675 King St.
Monday – Friday: 7 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 7 am - 2 pm
Conveniently located in the office building attached to the convention centre, the Happy Baker has fresh-baked pastries, muffins, sandwiches and soups if you’re short on time, or just looking to stay out of the cold.
The Abbey Café & Gallery
546 Queen St.
Monday – Friday: 9 am - 9 pm
Saturday: 11 am - 9 pm
Part café, part ciderhouse, part art gallery, the Abbey specializes in vegan and vegetarian offerings as well as locally-roasted coffee and a bar fully stocked with craft cider. Breakfast bagels, tofu kimchi wraps or just a soup and sandwich, you can find it here.
612 King St.
Daily: 5 am - 11 pm
Easy and reliable, the closest Tim’s is only a few steps away from the convention centre.
462 Queen St.
Monday – Friday: 11 am- 3 pm
With a daily lunch feature for $8.50 and a great selection of sandwiches, salads and pizzas, this spot is in the heart of downtown and offers a nice atmosphere with big windows and art on the walls.
649 Queen St.
Thursday – Friday: 11:30 am - 10 pm
Saturday: 10 am - 10 pm
Locally-sourced food, historic venue and next-door to the hotel. The menu is based around home cooking with a twist and has lunch fare starting at $12, including seafood chowder and a couple fresh spins on classic eggs Benedict for weekend brunch.
348 King St.
Thursday – Saturday: 11:30 am - 9 pm
‘The ultimate burger experience,’ Relish is all about gourmet burgers. We recommend the ‘LA is My Lady’ - topped with avocado, roasted red peppers, basil pesto and goat’s cheese.
66 Regent St.
Tuesday–Saturday: 11 am - 2 am
The Snooty Fox is a great pub with its own local Picaroon’s beer called the Fox Tail. Aside from a good drink selection they also have the classic pub fare, from fish & chips to burgers and shepherd’s pie.
379 King St.
Thursday - Saturday: 11 am - 3 am
Big slices, poutine and donairs, Jack’s is a late-night staple in Fredericton and steps away from most pubs.
253 Woodstock Rd.
For late, late nights, ‘the Dip’ has you covered. 24-hour breakfast, Chinese, Canadian food and dessert. Sit-down or take-out.
366 Queen St.
Monday – Friday: 5 pm - 9 pm
Saturday: 5 pm - 9 am
Located at the bottom of The Capital Complex in The Tannery, Chez Riz chicken shawarma’s have become a staple in Fredericton. You’ll thank us once you get to the spicy fries at the bottom of your bag.