The Stone Jug
The Stone Jug restaurant is located on historic Water Street in Carbonear, in a heritage stone building with a rich and vivid history. One of North America's first settlements, Carbonear was settled in the late 1500's and late 1600's and was the site of battles between the French and English. The Stone Jug building was a centre of trade and commerce since the 1860's and is wrought with legends of pirates, princesses and ghosts. The modern day Stone Jug is a destination... a unique experience... when visiting Newfoundland Labrador. The Stone Jug appeals to the senses... the sturdy stone walls, the ornate and unique chandeliers, the smell of the wood fired grills and the taste of delicious food and drink. Come for lunch or dinner, enjoy performances of music and comedy ... on the sea in historic Carbonear.
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Restaurant features: Birch-fired grill and stone hearth pizza oven in an open concept kitchen surrounded by a 85 ft. bar, Beautiful stone structure built in 1860, across from a museum, overlooking the sea.... a part of Newfoundland Labrador's unique history. , Live music, comedy shows, theatre, craft fairs, wine tastings and other regular events.. Food items that best represent the food service: Birch-wood fire grilled steaks, ribs, chicken and seafood, Stone hearth fired pizza, Features local foods such as organic vegetables, grass-fed beef free-range chicken and locally caught fish . Licensed to service liquor. Takeout. Patio. Children's menu.
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