Downtown Brockville Blog
We make tons of New Year’s resolutions about creating a better version of ourselves whether it's mental or physical health, to learn a skill ... all are great! Have you made a resolution about how to help your community though? It's as easy as switching a portion of your spending to downtown businesses! You don't have to spend more money, heck you may even save some! This small change can have a huge impact however since supporting local businesses means more money that stays and is recycled within the community. Long term this equals job creation and more money in our local economy due to the multiplier effect! To help you keep this New Year's resolution, we've come up with 12 resolutions you can implement easily each month!
It's crazy how fast the year goes by and before you know it it'll be December and you'll be saying how you wish you'd seen so and so! Take advantage of the quieter months and meet up with someone at a downtown cafe. You can find the list here.
Spa, nail salons, barbers, hairdressers, tax services, lawyers, dentists, chiropractors... make the commitment to switch one of these services to a downtown vendor! Need a recommendation? Just ask us or check out the directory.
With over 30 places to eat downtown, your options are endless! A quick coffee at a café or a full meal at a sit-down restaurant and everything from Indian food to classic pub food! Access the directory here. You can also do some groceries like buying your bread from a local bakery or stopping by food stores like The Brockberry, Metro or the nosh~er~y market.
Not sure where to find what you're looking for? Ask us!
Join the Brockville Community-Wide Clean up committee in a city-wide clean-up! You can sign-up for certain locations including sections of downtown. They also supply all the materials you need like gloves, garbage bags, recycling bags etc.
Shopping the farmers market guarantees that you’ll get the freshest produce! The only transport these fruits and veggies encounter is from the farm to the market. There are also lots of other vendors like honey, soups, bread, jewelry, woodwork and so much more! Every Saturday from 8:00am – 1:00pm on Market St. East.
The number of times I’ve heard someone comment that they were shocked when they went into a new store are countless! With so many unique and artesian businesses downtown, there is so much to discover and we know you’ll be amazed! Check out our directory of stores here. Looking for suggestions? Get in touch with us.
Easy peasy! Nothing quenches a hot summer day like ice cream. Stop by downtown and enjoy a cone by the beautiful St. Lawrence!
Embrace the (too sad to be true) final days of summer with a drink on a patio. Enjoy the beautiful views of the St. Lawrence, the architecture on King Street, or the beauty of the patios itself!
Whether it’s going out for dinner over the break or hosting a holiday party, there are tons of ways to take on this task! You can find a list of restaurants here, services like spas here, and things to do here.
If you’re not already doing the majority of your holiday shopping downtown, start by purchasing 2 things from your list from a downtown merchant. With over 60 shops, 30 restaurants, and 25 services it’s more than doable. Not sure where to shop? Get in touch with us!
There are tons of ways to help support your community all year long! At the end of the day, it comes down to being mindful about shifting your business to local entities.
Make sure to check out our directory of all the businesses downtown. Remember you can get in touch with us if you're ever unsure where to go! Download a PDF copy of the monthly resolutions here!
Healing Arts Centre & Yoga Studio
While the yoga studio is the mainstay of the Centre, it has been their intention to open their doors to groups and individuals wanting to explore and practice alternative or complementary forms of health care.
They have been overwhelmed by the positive response and feedback they have received from their clients. They like to think of the Centre as a kind of bridge where people interested in complementary or alternative health care can experience yoga and related activities in a safe and welcoming environment. They will continue to put forth a variety of venues within the alternative health field that will allow the individual within this community to educate themselves in becoming healthier happier people. Check out their website.
HUA Fitness Centre
HUA Fitness Centre is a powerlifting gym and physical fitness centre that is suitable for all ages and experience level. Located at the corner of King Street West and John St, HUA's great location is available to service clients from all parts of town, especially those in the midtown and in the downtown core. There are many amenities that this facility has to offer: Equipment, consisting of 3 lifting racks and platforms, rowing machines, accessory workout machines, a treadmill, bikes, free weights, a surround-sound stereo, open room for cardio, power sleds, core workouts, and more! Access to free classes that are age and ability specific which may focus on muscle strength and/or fat burning. Complimentary membership parking. HUA is home to Popeye's Supplements Brockville, giving members the ease of having Popeye's supplements and other products being sold all under the same roof as their gym HUA has a very welcoming and encouraging environment that has been the key to the physical and mental success for many youth and adults in our community. Heard. Understood. Acknowledged. HUA! Check out their website.
Peak Performance Training & Nutrition
Peak Performance is a private personal training and nutrition coaching studio with open gym times available to their members! They offer a functional strength style club with varied hours and on-site trainers. We offer several fitness classes at various times throughout the week and day. Check out their website.
RD Athletics - Therapy & Training
Looking for some guidance with your training? Ready to take it to the next level? Looking for a gym with an intimate community atmosphere that provides high-quality programming?
RD Athletics is proud to be Brockville’s only semi-private personal training facility. This means that a smaller number of (very friendly) members will be training during any given block, but each with their own individual program which is designed and taught by the RD Athletics staff. This ensures proper exercise selection and execution by each and every client.
Individualized programming is included in membership and each new phase is taught to you by one of our certified staff. It's like personal training without the hefty price tag! Plus...personal training is available if that's more your style. Join a fitness community that is passionate, determined, and supportive. Check out their website.
Studio 44 Yoga
“Yoga For You”
With more than 10 styles of yoga offered through our studio, we have something for everyone!
We offer a variety of yoga styles, yoga teacher trainings, and diverse body-mind workshops. Our goal is provide the highest standard of yoga teachings. We have dynamic classes for the Beginner yogi to the Advanced student. With more than 10 styles of yoga offered through our studio, we have something for everyone! YOGA FOR YOU! Check out their website.
Tall Ships Landing Club
More than just a gym, the Tall Ships Landing (TSL) Club is the perfect place to unwind, meet with friends, or spend some time during your stay. With a wide variety of activities available, you are certain to find something you will enjoy.
The Fitness Centre allows you to workout while looking out over the St. Lawrence River. This space will give you a picturesque view from sunrise to sunset. The custom ceiling is a photograph taken by Ian Coristine and illuminates when the lights are on to give you the feeling that you are gazing up the mast of the Fair Jeanne. In addition to the nautilus equipment and free weights, the fitness centre also includes a salt water infinity lap pool, dry sauna, outdoor hot pool and splash pad.
The lobby greets you with a wood ceiling around the chandelier, which is from the library of Parliament. The library was the only building that didn’t have damage from the fire of 1916.
Gather some friends for a game of billiards and listen to your choice of music on the system.
In the piano room lounge among the bookcases and delight yourself with one of the many nautical-themed books and games.
If you are planning a small social event, you can reserve the Wicker Room for $125 (plus applicable taxes) per day. It accommodates up to 50 people and offers a small kitchenette for your use.
The Terrace is an outdoor space that rivals all others. With 3000 square feet of riverview terrace, gas barbecue, shuffle board and fire pit – it is dockside living at its best. Take part in the activities on the terrace or cozy up in a Muskoka chair and sit back and relax. Check out their website.
Thousand Island Martial Arts
Dedicated to sharing the values and spirit of the martial arts with our children & community. Check out the many great benefits of participation in the martial arts. Already convinced? join the TIMA Family today. They offer classes for adults and women's only classes! Check out their website.
1) Skincare and bath products because everyone's got skin.
There's a huge selection of luxurious products for all skin types downtown. Majority of them are also organic, and Canadian / locally made. Men's products available too!
Check out the selection at Heavenly Touch Spa and the River Lily Boutique.
2) Get them something as classic as you having an entire year to shop but still doing it last minute.
3) How about a game that you can break out after Christmas dinner?
4) Or something to do together at a later date?
Because spending time together really is the greatest gift you can give.
Grab some passes to the Aquatarium, make your very own bottle of wine at Bodega Wines, see a world-class show at the Arts Centre or put your relationship to the test at the Escape room.
5) Get them a beautifully made sweater that will feel like a warm hug
6) For the Snowbirds (or anyone going on vacation this holiday season) grab them something they can wear to the beach!
7) These beautiful home decor items will please even the most sophisticated eye.
8) What about a good old fashioned book?
9) Help them build, or start a new collection.
Check out the Coin Hunter (which is home to gold, silver, and banknotes too).
Or Seaway Treasures which, as the name entails, is a store filled with hidden treasures! From crystal glasses to antique furniture they have it all.
10) Let's not forget about our furry friends!
Check out Healthy Pets for a new stuffy, treats that support hip and joint health, or a brand new collar so your pupper feels like a brand new dog!
11) Have someone on your list who is away? Buy them something that reminds them of home.
12) What about some records or vintage clothing for the people in our lives that enjoy things a little more old school.
13) What about a gorgeous succulent or bouquet of flowers to brighten up anyone's dining room table!
14) Looking for someone who bikes or skateboards?
Check out Cranks for everything bike related, electrolytes, performance socks and more! Or head on over to Revolution, a shop that not only has your skateboard needs but all the trendy fashion to make them look the part too!
15) What about something a little more on the fancy side?
16) Let's go back to essentials... what about underwear, socks or PJs?
17) If you know them well enough to know their size, what about these beauties?
18) Or the best gift of all... one that they pick out!
Get them a downtown Brockville gift certificate that can be used at any of the above locations or almost everywhere downtown! You can purchase them from the DBIA office or over the phone until this Friday!
3 Market St. W
It's important to note when we say the word service for the sake of the below graphic, what we actually mean is there are 175 other businesses that aren't solely a retail store or restaurant/cafe.
But you're still probably pretty shocked to find out that there are 175 other unique businesses downtown!
So here's a breakdown of what we've clustered under the term service for the sake of this blog:
Here's the top 5 reasons to choose a service downtown:
1) There's Plenty of Selection
We're pretty lucky! Not only is there a service for all of your needs right downtown, but you'll have plenty of choices on where to go! For example there's 5 nail salons, 16 spas and salons and 27 financial institutions. You can go to the doctors, dentist, spa and bank all within the same 3 blocks!
2) The Know That Customer Service Matters
What's really nice is these services are all small businesses, which means they care about making your experience the most positive one possible whether you're getting a seaweed wrap or your back adjusted. And being in a tight-knit community, they know, first hand, most new business is generated by word of mouth!
3) They Genuinely Care About Your Well-being
They still have that 'small town charm" where they care more about improving your life as a whole than becoming the next millionaire! I've actually had a small business owner admit to me that his goal is to make his clients no longer need his services!
4) They Also Genuinely Care About Our Community
They live, work and play here in Brockville too! The more the community thrives, the more well off their business is. Which means they take the time to give back through donations, volunteering and more.
5) It's Outstanding Service
Being a small business doesn't mean they lack the skills or qualifications needed to get the job done! They've dotted the "i"s and crossed the "t"s on all their certifications so you're getting the best professional, accurate and safe care. From a financial plan that actually fits your needs to a mani and pedi that will last all holiday season, our businesses have top notch qualifications and take the time to make sure they're using top quality products with their customers.
Next time you're going to get your hair cut, teeth cleaned, taxes done or beard groomed, go to someone you can trust!
The Aquatarium is constantly putting out new programs teaching locals and tourists about the majestic St. Lawrence River! Their newest program "Aquarist For A Day" is a half-day program that lets you experience what life is really like caring for the animals at the Aquatarium. The Otter experience takes you up close and personal with otters Oliver Ivy, Brock, Boldt, and Lawrence by feeding them, looking after their habitats and participating as a trainer in one of their presentations! Or get fishy with them and learn about aquatic animal diets, analyze water chemistry and complete a tour of their workspaces behind the scenes. You may even get to feed a fish or two!
Pre-sales start now and if you're looking to get in over March break book now!
Discover our incredible history in the home of Brockville's past: the Museum! Their permanent exhibits like "From Carriage to Car" or "Brockville's Rail Story" are so action-packed that there is always something new to discover! While they're rotating exhibits offer fun new history on Brockville from topics like the 1998 Ice Storm to their current temporary exhibit "Pieces of Brockville" that explore why some older buildings have disappeared from our streetscapes through the pieces that remain.
Fun fact did you know the museum also has a huge database of virtual exhibits online? Check it out here.
3) Dive Brockville Adventure Centre
You probably know this more commonly as the dive shop for good reasons! From beginners to the most advanced divers they organize trips and have the gear you need to make the most of your diving time in Brockville. But did you know they also do kayak, canoe, snorkeling and bike rentals? They'll give you ideas and maps on where to go as well so if you're biking around Brockville, or paddling out on the river, you'll be sure to see the best sites! They even arrange for Island picnics where a water taxi will take you to enjoy a delicious lunch on the islands!
4) Brockville Arts Centre
There is always an incredible show to see at the Brockville Arts Centre! Whether it's an outside organization, the operatic society or SLC performing, the shows are something you'd expect from a big city! Check out this month's shows like A Celtic Family Christmas or A Big Band Christmas here!
5) The Library
If you haven't discovered that the library is home to more than just books, you're missing out. Movies, TV shows, Geocaching kits, fishing rods.. they have a lot more for rent than books! Drop in and discover their kids space, teen zone or virtual reality for hours of entertainment. Or check out their events calendar for great happenings like Pints & Page, Craft & Chat or ErlyON Play & Learn
6) Phoenix Bar
Or more commonly known as "The Bird". Enjoy a classic night of dancing and good company downtown. You can even stop by the morning after to try out their impressive Breakfast!
7) The Bar
Celebrate 2019 at The Bar's New Years Eve bash! With a buffet starting a midnight, you'll ring in the new year with good company, live music, and full stomachs!
And of course, once the warm summer weather returns you can add these awesome activities to the list:
It's day 4 of Shop Local Week and we're talking about eating local!
There are 38 places to eat (more if you count the snack corner
at Golden Age Comics & Collectibles).
There's a pretty good variety too! Indian, Thai, Chinese,
Shawarma, English, American... we've got it all!
We also have your choice of coffee shops whose lates or
sweet treats will rival any big box store.
Don't let the term "cafe" fool you though. Our cafes are also home
to killer lunch options from classic soup & sandwiches to
You may think you have to dress up to eat local but 71% of
downtown restaurants offer takeout which means you can
enjoy outstanding local food in the comfort of your own home!
If you're looking to feed a family we've got that covered too!
With select restaurants offering frozen meals to go. Just pop it
in the oven or microwave and presto! A delicious home-cooked
meal your kids or guests will think you spent hours making.
There's also the added benefit that local restaurants spend 3x
more money locally than chains. And like we've said, the more
money that is spent locally = more money that
stays local = a better economy.
But when it really comes down to it, why should you eat local?
Because the food is absolutely incredible.
Happy Shop Local Week Brockville!
In the first of four blogs this week we're taking a look at the incredible shops that are right in Downtown Brockville! Did you know there are over 60 stores downtown?
And it's not 60 cookie cutter stores either.
60 unique stores all carrying different, incredible products.
Which means there's something for everyone...
- Partner ✔️
- The hard-to-please mother-in-law ✔️
- Kids ✔️
- Dog ✔️
- The inevitable work Secret Santa exchange (and it won't be a lame gift that someone will eventually throw out either)✔️
But hold on...
we're even sweetening the deal by providing FREE gift wrapping when you buy from a downtown merchant! Just show us a receipt and leave it with us!
We're so fortunate to have such a wide shopping selection right in town! With so many stores though, you may not know where to start so here's our directory that divides the shops by category. Or feel free to send us a message via email, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and we can make some recommendations!
Looking for something classic?
Start the night off with dinner at the beautiful Buell Street Bistro. The welcoming atmosphere of the 1883 manor is perfect for a romantic evening for 2. Take a seat by the fireplace and enjoy fabulous entrees like Ontario pork, Seafood Thermidor or New York Striploin Steak. Check out the full menu here.
Whether you're looking for a live show or a movie, the Brockville Arts Centre has a full line-up year round. Coming up, the featured film "Colette" starring Keira Knightley is based on a true story about ghost writer Sidonie-Gabrielle Collette who fights for creative ownership after her writing becomes a bestseller and cultural sensation in Paris, France.
Or catch the live show "How Sweet It Is" celebrating the music of James Taylor, John Denver, and Jimmy Buffett. Hear favourites like "Sweet Baby James", "Fire and Rain", "Back Home Again" and many more!
Love living on the river?
Are you the couple that spends most of the weekend outdoors? Start the afternoon off with a stroll around blockhouse island. Enjoy the beautiful view of the river and catch the last ship or two of the season! Next walk on over to the Aquatarium and learn all about the St. Lawrence River and the lock systems! See the newest addition to the otter family and some of the most famous ships from the St. Lawrence river!
Once you're all ottered out, head on upstairs to the Tall Ships South Coast Grille. The nautically themed restaurant features all-stars like Braised beef ravioli, pecan-crusted halibut, and Canadian premier steaks. It also features an incredible view of the St. Lawrence. Check out their full menu here.
Love to learn?
If history is your cup of tea, the Brockville museum is the perfect stop. With rotating exhibits there is always something new to check out! Their current temporary exhibit is "Pieces of Brockville" which explores reasons why some old buildings disappear from our streetscapes. You can also experience their classic exhibits like "From Carriage to Car", "People of Brockville" and "Blockhouse Island and the Tunnel".
Afterwards, take a break from Brockville history and head on over to Island Delight for delicious Chinese and Thai cuisine. Featuring dishes everyone loves like chicken chow mein, Pad Thai and curry! Check out their full menu here.
Looking for a different place to eat? Check out the complete list of restaurant downtown here. Check out our directory of all retaurants, attractions and stores here.
Get Into The Halloween Spirit
Do you like to be scared? The Tunnel is being transformed into a spooky haunted walk! With mad doctors, witches and creatures from the deep, your guides will escort you to make sure your passage is safe. Buy your tickets now online!
The Bar is celebrating Halloween all week long! From October 25 to October 31 participate in Scaraoke, pre-parties, dress up parties, kids parties and they're ultimate party Halloween night (yes they even provide the candy)! Check out their spooky decorations and show off your costume skills with the costume contest!
Get ready to Trick or Treat downtown! Starting at noon, select stores will be passing out candy and other goodies to downtown Trick or Treaters! Get your costume ready and enjoy going from store to store collecting candy!
Get Into The Fall Spirit
Celebrate the beauty of fall with fall-themed decor workshops.
Decorate your dining room table with a beautiful pumpkin floral display. They're are only a few dates left for the month so don't miss out! Grab a few friends, have a drink and create a beautiful bouquet like the one pictured above! Check out the workshops hosted by Wild Little Roses, or ones hosted at The court House Lodge.
Learn Something New
Have you ever wanted to learn about preserving for winter? Or what about war on the homefront? Head on over to the Museum! Their heritage skills workshop includes loads of fun topics like preserving for winter or corn husk art! The best part is a take-home item is included in the low price! Or perhaps you rather sit with a cup of tea and discuss war on the home front or Christmas downtown over the decades? For only $2 join their Talk and Teas each month and engage in discussion with fellow history lovers.
How about a friendly competition? Compete against your local librarian to see if you can outwit them! Show off your knowledge and win awesome prizes along the way! Teams can be as large as 10 people! Trivia, not your thing? Meet the incredible author of "Of Plagues and Vampires" Dr. Michael Hefferon! Admission is free and books will be available for purchase!
Spend time with the Kids
After school, weekends, PA days, there are a ton of events going on at the Aquatarium for kids of all ages! Join astronomy enthusiast, Paul Bullock as you adventure into the sky above on the 4th-floor planetarium. Head on over to their Species Spotlight After School Programs and learn about river animals that call the St. Lawrence their home! Or just enjoy PA day rate admission every PA day of the year!
Looking for other PA day activities? The First Presbyterian Churn is hosting a PA day camp Oct 26th! Enjoy music, crafts, playtime, Bible stories, movies and much more.
Go Out For Dinner and a Show
What beats the classic dinner and a show? There are over 7 shows and movies left to see this month at the Brockville Arts Centre! Catch Brett Kissel LIVE this Friday, Kiera Knightley in "Colette", or a live tribute to artists like James Taylor, John Denver, and Jimmy Buffet during "How Sweet It Is". While your there make sure to check out the art exhibit by Gordon Beck from From Here to Infinity Art Gallery
Or eat and catch a show in the very same place with live music being brought into places like at the Spitfire, The Georgian Dragon, The Keystorm, Richard's Coffeehouse, and more! Check your local restaurant's social media and website for their upcoming events!
Or enjoy the crisp fall air during our last clean-up of the year October 17 from 9am-10am! Get out and enjoy the outdoors while helping beautify the downtown! All supplies are provided.
Tons of other activities like Trivia Nights, Farmer's Markets, Paint Nights and more. Make sure to check out our events calendar for events happening Downtown!
Photo taken at the nosh~er~y
Whether you're a staff of two like us, or a team of 200, there are plenty of places to host your office holiday party downtown!
The Aquatarium features two private rooms depending on the size of your group! The boardroom features a spacious round table, beautiful views, a kitchenette and all the tech you need if you want to showcase funny memories, or stats on how well your team did this year! If you're looking for a little more space, you can rent out part of the Aquatarium itself! From formal dinners, to interactive exhibits, they can do it all. Find out more here.
Did you know you can actually rent out the Arts Centre? From the Auditorium to the lobby or the boardroom, take advantage of this beautiful space! Bring in your favourite caterer and set-up some holiday decorations for a spectacular party! Find out more here.
While the Brockville Library has plenty of smaller rooms, they also have the Buell Street Room which is spacious and filled with light! Fit with tables, chairs, kitchen, projector, Blu-ray/DVD player, laptop, speakers and microphone, there is everything you can need!
Whether it's the classroom, Carriage Hall, Annex, or the Beecher house, the Brockville museum has loads of options for your soiree. And with plenty of historical talking points, your guests will never be bored! Hire your favourite caterer and dine next to a buggy from the early 1900's!
Brockville Yacht and Brockville Rowing Club
If you're looking for something a little closer to the water, check out the Brockville Rowing club or the Brockville Yacht Club! With amenities to host meals, cocktails and more, get in touch with them to find out how they can accommodate your group!
Restaurants: Most downtown restaurants can accommodate large groups with enough notice! From pre-set menus to reserving particular sections of a restaurant, they love celebrating the holidays with you. If their space doesn't quite fit your needs though, ask them about catering! The following restaurants have specific private or semi-private rooms for your function. Check out a list of all Downtown Brockville restaurants here.
Buds on the Bay
A classic, Buds on the Bay has plenty of space for any function, and with a menu that ranges from blooming onions to escargot, there is something for everyone! They also open at 7:30am on a normal business day which makes it the perfect spot if you're looking to host a breakfast.
Tall Ships South Coast Grille
Tall Ships South Coast Grille has a number of rooms that can fit any party needs! With the beautiful decor seen in the South Coast Grille restaurant, the scenery won't disappoint! Plus enjoy a beautiful view of the river! Work alongside their staff to help plan and choose the best options for you. Find out more here: http://southcoastgrille.com/events/
The Brockberry features private or semi-private rooms with a maximum of 40 people. Have your meal catered by the Brockberry and enjoy the old charm and warm wood from the 1800s that scheme these dining rooms. Plus with their new addition of an array of fresh artisan cheese, imported meats, and charcuterie, all of your guests will leave saying yum!
Have you ever been upstairs at the Mill? This gorgeous and spacious room features decor like a stone wall, wooden beams and even has a small bar! Perfect for a breakfast buffet, formal dinner or cocktail party, The Mill can handcraft a menu that fits your group's individual needs.
Only 16 weeks left in 2018! Make sure to start planning your holiday party soon!
As the kids start to get ready for back to school that can only mean one thing... summer is almost over. While very sad, there's still time to enjoy the sunny warm days! Here's 6 things to do to make sure you've really enjoyed the summer:
1) Go On A Boat Cruise
Check out the 1000 Islands and enjoy the river one last time! Learn about the historic Brockville waterfront, Millionaire's Row and the eastern group of the 1000 Islands. Relax with a beverage and snack from our licensed snack bar and get close to nature, as you glide through narrow, scenic channels not available to larger tour boats.
2) Have You Taken Advantage Of All The Summer Sales?
While the days that you can use summer gear are limited, take advantage of the crazy low prices for next year! 50% off shoes, 80% off dresses... need we say more?
3) Enjoyed A Patio
Whether it's a beautiful view of the water or a view of our historic downtown on one of the gorgeous patios! Dinner with a view is always preferred. Check out the list of patios here.
4) Go On A Walking Tour
The last walking tours of the season are this week! Hear all about Brockville's dark past during the Criminal Past Walking tour or go for something a little lighter and learn all about the historic waterfront and cap the night off with a gorgeous sunset during the Waterfront Sunset Walking Tour.
5) Visit The Brockville Farmers' Market
Enjoy fresh local produce while the season lasts! Every Thursday and Saturday for a limited time!
6) Lastly... Eat Some Ice Cream!
Sure you can still eat it in the winter, but not while watching the ships go by on the river! Grab a sundae from O'Mally Kourt Fudgery, or an old-fashioned cone from Tall Ships Cafe!
Check out all of the places to Eat, Shop and Play on our directory!