Dining

Dining

Local dining options are inspired by the seasons and the long standing practice of traditional Cape Breton tea and delectable sweets. Focused on fresh seasonal ingredients, friendly service and atmospheres to entertain your senses, local dining options are sure to enhance your stay. Casual and fine dining choices include: Maritime inspired cuisine, hearty soup, salads, breakfasts, homemade breads, desserts and custom roasted coffees featuring mouth watering main courses that pair well with wine, crafted cocktails and single malt whisky.

Perhaps though time is a resource you do not have and you’re looking for something satisfying on to go? No worries, we have you covered drop by Robin’s Donuts, The Little Red Wagon, The Beach Canteen, The Reel Pizza or Ivan’s Greco for quick bite.

Cabot Bar

Located in the main clubhouse only feet from the finishing hole, Cabot Bar offers a robust collection of whiskies, an award winning wine list, mouth-watering food and an expansive outdoor patio.

Cabot Public House

The Cabot Public House is a bustling spot featuring casual pub fare and local craft beers. The expansive patio and lively local music scene make a visit to the Public House a must for all!

Coal Miner’s Café

The Coal Miner’s Café boasts a dining room with a proud, historic atmosphere and a delicious pub style menu. Sure to be a crowd pleaser they serve up hearty dishes for each meal service: breakfast, lunch and supper.

Downstreet Coffee Company

In the heart of Inverness, the Downstreet is a hub for the community and meets several unique food & beverage niches. Known for the best coffee in Cape Breton, the Downstreet is a café by day and rustic wine bar by night. Featuring skillet breakfasts, fresh, simple lunch offerings and thin crust Neapolitan style pizza,…

Glenora Inn & Distillery

The menu is designed and presented by Executive Chef Patrick MacIsaac. Each signature dish is prepared with local ingredients and is influenced by traditional Nova Scotian culture. Dining at Glenora is in the top 100, according to "Where to eat in Canada" and they’re proud members and promoters of "Taste of Nova Scotia."  

Panorama Restaurant

A premier restaurant, living up to its name, the Panorama Restaurant at Cabot Links has some of the most picturesque dining in all of Cape Breton. A culinary destination in itself, Panorama’s award winning chefs incorporates local and seasonal ingredients into ever evolving menus.

Village Grill

The Village Grill is a hometown favorite and as such has been serving up delicious comfort food to residents and visitors alike for many years. With a reputation for great gravy the Grill is a must stop for the classic Canadian poutine. Friendly, fast service and great value.