When was the last time you went dining in Cumberland?
Whether you are looking for something a little fancy or more along the lines of cozy and casual, the Village of Cumberland restaurants will treat you right. A nice assortment of options awaits on, or just off, Dunsmuir Avenue. So, figure out what you have a hankering for and head west.
4 Quarters Restaurant opened in Summer 2017 and has established a reputation for quality food and good service. Offering a mix of classic and contemporary Italian, Greek, Finnish and Indian cuisine prepared to the highest standards, they’re also fully licensed.
Biblio Taco is a crowd-pleaser. Injecting a West Coast influence into Mexican favourites, food is made from scratch, using local meats, fish and fresh produce. Even the hot sauces are made fresh in house. Simple and so, so good!
Riders Pizza knows how to do pizza right. As they say, they offer a “blend of Old-World craft and New-World flavours.” Hand-shaped, hand-tossed dough loaded with both classic and innovative toppings, baked for a full 20 minutes. Perfection!
The Waverly Hotel provides pub fare with attitude. Lots of things to choose from and plenty of healthy options. People have ridden their bikes a long way just to have some of their Thai curry, not to mention Wednesday’s burger specials.
Cumberland Brewing Company always has a good vibe – and they have good vittles, too. Chili, pork tacos and falafels are some of the favourites. Plus, the beers are like a meal in themselves.
One thing – some places are closed on Monday, some on Tuesday and some on Wednesday (and some close at 4:00 p.m.), so you may want to call ahead or check websites if you are going on a weekday.
But wherever you go, know that you’ll be satiated and satisfied.