Chef Todd Perrin undertook a massive, two-year renovation of the heritage building in 2011 and quickly put the historic fishing village of Quidi Vidi on the culinary map. It’s a step back in time, alluring outside and ravishing within, and as charming on a sunny spring afternoon as in the midst of a blowing nor’easter.
Mallard Cottage, No. 17 of Canada's 100 Best Restaurants 2017 (via Canadas 100 Best)
Moose, Anyone? In Newfoundland, Food Both Rustic and Sophisticated (via The New York Times)
We love to explore Newfoundland and Labrador and we're always excited when CFA's (come from away) also get to experie...
The best island you’ll ever visit requires mittens (via New York Post)
To Newfoundlanders and other denizens of Atlantic Canada, I’m a “come from away.” The term — popularized as the title...
A Guide to Newfoundland: A Rugged, Remote Foodie Haven (via Vogue)
“It’s a rugged remoteness. The glacial-swept highlands conjure up fairy tales, the mighty fjords breed a difficulty o...