With so many more people living and working downtown, don’t you think it’s time some of the city’s attractions and community-infrastructure returned? Yes you can eat and play downtown as it is, but all those new residents won’t want to eat in a restaurant or spend their night in a bar every night of the week. What kind of facilities are needed downtown?
Sometimes when you take a shot in the dark on where to eat in this province, you are rewarded with a dining experience far beyond your expectations and a dining experience that can only be classified as world class. Here are a few gems uncovered here on the island… reservations recommended!
Is it truly fair to the year-round taxpayer that individuals draw from the EI program each and every off-season? The dollar amount that seasonal workers put into employment insurance is negligible compared to year-round workers, yet they draw on it each year.
Nooks. Crannies. Sometimes it is here that you will find a quaint little bar to have a nice drink at. Or sometimes it’s even on a little-known deck of a well-known franchise. Here are the top 6 places to have a drink that you may not have known about.
Mustang Sally’s, originally stationed at and most fondly remembered for its location on Queen Street, was one-of-a-kind in St. John’s. It sounds simple enough, but ask anyone who frequented the joint and they will go on at length about how much they loved their wraps, nachos, quesadillas, and pizzas.