Where to Eat During the Lunenburg Doc Fest
August 29, 2014
Enhance your Lunenburg Doc Fest experience with delicious cuisine by local favourites such as our sponsoring restaurant, Magnolia’s Grill, and advertising partners Fleur de Sel, Salt Shaker Deli, The South Shore Fish Shack and Lincoln Street Food.
Pre-screening and post-screening dining reservations are strongly recommended, where available. Please mention Lunenburg Doc Fest when you reserve your table!
128 Montague Street
A favourite for locals and visitors alike, Fodor’s says: “Exuberant and unabashedly eccentric, this place is the Auntie Mame of Lunenburg restaurants … a Nova Scotian–Deep South hybrid featuring items such as fish cakes, creole peanut soup, and pulled pork. Once you see the key lime pie, you might want to skip straight to dessert. The small space fills fast, so make a reservation or be prepared to wait.”
Fleur de Sel
53 Montague Street
Fleur De Sel offers a variety of dishes based on traditional French cuisine which highlights local ingredients from award-wining chef Martin Ruiz Salvador.
Salt Shaker Deli
124 Montague Street
Award-winning seafood chowder, gourmet pizzas, mussels, salads, pasta specials, scratch desserts and more, with the option of patio seating.
The South Shore Fish Shack
108 Montague Street
“The South Shore Fish Shack features a simple menu of seaside favourites, sourced locally and classically prepared. Our dishes are designed to let the fresh seafood shine while you enjoy stunning harbour views from either of our patios.”
Lincoln Street Food
200 Lincoln Street
A ‘modern, coastal, neighbourhood kitchen serving market inspired fresh food’. “The menu changes regularly based on market and seasonal availability. The wine is well-priced and chosen from vineyards who opt for sustainable farming. Organic healthy ingredients are used in all the baking. Vegetarians and vegans will not be disappointed, nor will carnivores and pescetarians.”