Downtown Brockville Blog

February 2019

Monthly Feature: the nosh~er~y and the nosh~er~y market

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Things to Do in Brockville: the nosh~er~y and the nosh~er~y market

We're starting a new monthly feature where we highlight a downtown Brockville business that's been crushing the social media game! This month we're extremely excited to highlight the nosh~er~y and the nosh~er~y market!!

The nosh~er~y opened in summer of 2017 and has been talk of the town since. They source local ingredients to present trendy and exciting new dishes designed to intrigue the mind and delight the palette! The nosh~er~y market (opened in 2018) is an extension of the restaurant's values bringing you a space where you can shop their delicious soups, spreads, dressings, bread and frozen meals to take home. They also feature locally made products and vendors!  Owners Stef and Karen really are all about the #ShopLocal movement!

Top 5 Reasons you should like both the nosh~er~y and the nosh~er~y market page:

  1. You can count on them to brighten your day by posting their daily specials with a playful (sometimes sassy) one-liner
  2. They're always on top of posting info about the restaurant whether it's specialty menus, occupancy for busy nights or forewarning customers if they are going to be closed. 
  3. You can also catch delicious photos of their food served in the restaurant or for purchase at the market! They also post updates of new products and mouth-watering baked goods that you can find in the market.
  4. They really engage with their customers by asking your opinion on new specials, suggestions for in-store vendors and more.
  5. You get to experience them actively engage with the community whether it's sourcing local food, participating in Dancing Stars of Leeds and Grenville, or supporting fellow local businesses.

Check out the nosh~er~y Facebook page here.
Check out the nosh~er~y market Facebook page here.

Or better yet, stop in:
209 King St. W
Open Tuesday-Saturday 11:30am-9:00pm, Sunday 5:00pm-9:00pm

Please note the noshery market is closed until April. 

Do you have a downtown business that you feel has an exceptional social media? Let us know and they could be featured next! 



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Things to Do in Brockville - Tourist Tip #2

Do you know Downtown Brockville is a bike-friendly area?

Our historic, Brockville riverfront downtown is part of both the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail, and the Frontenac Arch Biosphere! With 10 certified bike-friendly businesses and 3 welcome centres, it's the perfect place to pull over!

 At these locations, you'll find healthy food options (many of which are locally sourced), lots of information on trails in the area, and plenty to do before you continue on your route! Our local bike shop is located right downtown too so you'll be able to pick-up any mid-trip items to help make your ride more enjoyable!

We recommend planning to stay at least one night so you can enjoy amenities like Canada's First Railway Tunnel, The Aquatarium, a world-class show at the Arts Centre, and of course, catch a beautiful sunset (or perhaps sunrise) on the St. Lawrence River! You can check out a list of things to do downtown on our directory. Plus with great bike-friendly accommodations you can relax knowing you and your bike will be well taken care of.

The Cycle Brockville online map shows you where there infamous Brock trail runs,  as well as secure bike locations if you choose to go the walking route and explore the over 60 shops and 30 restaurants downtown.

Explore more about biking downtown under the Discover tab:


Need help planning your trip? Get in touch with us!


This is post number 2 in a series of 11. Each Tip is posted on the 4th Sunday of the month!

Check out Tourist Tip #1: Where To Find Travel Info, here:



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Things To Do This February in #DowntownBrockville

We're fortunate enough to have a wide array of passionate speakers joining us for us The Brockville Museum's 2019 Lecture series!  Running each week until March 5th, there is a wide range of topics from Indigenous History to How Labatt and its Allies brewed up a Nation of Beer Drinkers. 


The famous Alumni Game takes place on the 17th but before that, there is still lots to do! Get a VIP experience with the alumni players at the Chicago Blackhawks Alumni Hot Stove Dinner, go play some mini-sticks at the Library on the 16th, or enjoy a night of skating on the 9th at the SnO'Farrell - Free Skating Party, or participate in the Winter Classic Scavenger hunt! Check out the full list of events here.


The Farmers' Market is back at the Aquatarium just in time for Valentine's Day! Produce, preserves, local food and locally crafted gifts for the whole family! Just like at the Christmas Market, admission to the Aquatarium is free for the day so you can check out the otters and have a day of family fun!


Looking for something a little more hands-on? Check out the wide array of workshops available like a Eucalyptus Wall Hanger DIY, Sign Workshops , a Galentine's Day Floral Workshop, or even a Drum making workshop!


Tons of cafes and restaurants are hosting musicians or there is always a rock-star show going on at the arts centre! Duos, Trios, acoustic, rocks bands, oldies... something for everyone! There are even some open mic nights downtown! Check our events calendar weekly for ones coming up!

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