Jeff Green | Aug 10, 2006
Feature Article - August 10, 2006
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During the summer months, the Frontenac News will be profiling local restaurants. This week’s profiled community is the busy village of Northbrook
Captain John’s Fish & Chips Restaurant
Set in Downtown Northbrook beside the Bank of Montreal and across the street from the Hotel, Captain John’s serves the finest fish and chips in the region.
Specializing, of course, in Halibut Fish and Chips, served fresh with coleslaw and dinner roles for $8.00, the menu also includes southern fried chicken and “the best burgers around”.
Owners John and Jane Berry are pleased to announce that Captain John’s Fish and Chips restaurant has just celebrated its 10th anniversary, quite a feat for a semi-retirement business. The couple has worked in or owned six different restaurants in Toronto and brought their restaurant expertise up to Northbrook in the form of Captain John’s. 613-336-3038
Kellar’s Kountry Kitchen
Set just a mile south of Northbrook on 41 Highway, Kellar’s Kountry Kitchen strives to provide healthier adaptations of the classic Canadian meals.
The menu includes an all day breakfast, daily lunch and dinner specials and kids and seniors menus. Dinner specials include liver and onions and roast beef. Prices range from $3.99 to $20 with a special of chicken fingers on a bun with fries and coleslaw ringing in at $7.99. But the real specialty of Kellar’s is its delicious baked goods, including homemade pies, butter tarts and pre-ordered birthday and celebration cakes.
Owners Brian and Sandra Kellar cater to the older and younger generations. With cholesterol free oil and a lots of diet foods they try to look out for everybody. Sandra makes it clear that they are very excited to hear good reviews back from many of their clientele.
Located right on Highway 41, two minutes from Northbrook , Loafers Pizza prides itself on providing great service at an affordable price.
Specializing in Pizza, Loafer’s menu includes wings, garlic bread and meat balls. The pizza menu includes the famous Mexicali pizza made up of mild salsa, seasoned ground beef, mozzarella and cheddar cheese and nacho cheese, with pizza ranging from $9.50-$31 for a party pizza.
Owners Fawn Holmes and Derek Vandebelt are pleased to offer great pizza to their community. 613-336-9333
The Northbrook Hotel
Located on 41 Highway, right beside IGA, The Northbrook Hotel Restaurant offers 6 menus to cater to its diners, including seniors and kids menus.
Daily lunch specials include roast beef, soup and fries for the affordable price of $4.95. The dinner menu includes chicken alfredo, hot sandwiches and steak for between $5.99 and $13.95. One example of the dinner special is a 6 ounce strip loin served with choice of potato, vegetables and coleslaw and a light dessert for $5.99.
Owners Brian and Susan Armstrong are pleased to have the Northbrook landmark open once again. It provides a lovely family restaurant in a nostalgic atmosphere.
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