The coronavirus is re-writing the “contract” between the dining room and the customers at the tables, and, in response, Waterloo Region food operations large and small have focused on re-building that confidence.
It’s almost time for the Civic Holiday Weekend! In no particular order, here are some #PlayLocal and #EatLocal ways to enjoy Waterloo Region this long weekend!
Many of Waterloo Region’s attractions are OPEN this weekend! Check out the growing list of attractions in the area that are going above and beyond to make sure that their guests feel safe. We recommend contacting each business directly for the most up-to-date information on their hours of operation and how to buy tickets.
The Belmont Village Bestival is celebrating the Bestival at Home this year! – 8 weeks of exciting content through the ages, from the 1930s to the 2000s! There will be virtual events every week, varying from music to art shows and more. Each week’s events will be based around its decade! Check out the themes of their daily activities here.
Did someone say PATIO?! Check out the growing list of restaurants, cafés, breweries and bakeries in the area that are offering takeout, curbside pickup, delivery and on-site dining options this weekend! Make sure to contact each business directly for more information on their hours of operation and menu offerings.
Food Day Canada is August 1: This celebration of great Canadian food coincides with the long weekend – what better excuse to get out and enjoy local food fare at this region’s participating restaurants, including Borealis Grille & Bar, and Bauer Kitchen.
Earlier this month we compiled a list of things to keep the kiddos busy this summer. You can also catch a movie on the big screen at Bingemans new Drive-In Theatre!