Borealis Bar and Grille, Kitchener, Ontario
It may be the Flying Monkey Hoptical Illusion…or one of the other 18 beers/ales on tap at the new Kitchener location of Borealis. Or it may be the Barrie Brothers asparagus-corn chips with house made salsa or my absolute Borealis favourite, their BBQ’d pulled pork sandwich. But after only a week of unlocking the doors for business, there are a whole cadre of ‘regulars’. And that was even before the grand opening.
Borealis Grille and Bar is a place which is in the words of it’s originator Bob Desautels, ‘radically local’. Green power, local building materials and huge, life sized portraits of the farmers who put the food into the kitchen so that the hard-working chefs can serve it forth. From the dry roasted pork ribs to the sweet potato curry, the entire restaurant concept is based on A Taste of Ontario. It’s approachable, casual, honest and fun.
Borealis Bar and Grille will be celebrating Food Day Canada at it’s three other locations, Borealis (Guelph) , Miijidaa and the Woolwich Arrow Pub, all in Guelph.
Contact Borealis at the number below to reserve a Food Day Canada table.
Contactez Borealis directement, au numéro ci-dessous, afin de faire votre Journée des terroirs réservation.
Borealis Bar and Grille,
4336 King Street East,
T: 519 219 9117