Norman Rudy's Pub

Norman Rudy's Pub

Norman Rudy’s serves American cuisine on a picturesque Canadian golf course setting in Brackendale.

The menu brings master quality to standard fare, resulting in things like crispy avocado fries that you wish never ended. Find a little comfort in classics like a gooey grilled cheese, burgers of all different sorts, sandwiches, or spice it up with the tuna rice bowl or vegetable curry.

Boston Pizza

Boston Pizza

Boston Pizza is a great spot for feeding families, groups of people, or teams as there are more than 100 unique menu items including pizzas, pastas, juicy burgers, and sticky chicken wings. And high-def TVs for the sports enthusiast.

Joe Pesto's Wood Fired Pizzeria

Joe Pesto's Wood Fired Pizzeria

Pizza here is good (and so are the parking options!). Classic pies are tossed with care, and a few non-traditional styles like the Pearfect with caramelized pears, prosciutto, grana padano, soft goat feta with a balsamic drizzle are sure to capture hipsters' intrigue. 

Essence of India

Essence of India

Most Indian food restaurants that I've eaten at around the world have a 'Western' take on their dishes, and they never get the spice levels correct. When I ask for hot, I want it hot. Essence of India got it just right! Their menu is delicious, and their clientele full fans. A Squamish must eat. Dine in or take out.

Howe Sound Brew Pub

Howe Sound Brew Pub

Howe Sound Brew Pub, Squamish’s original brewery + pub, located close to the water front on Cleveland. Expect grade-A service, delightful live music events, excellent daily food specials, and ever evolving beer recipes. 

The Cloudburst Cafe

The Cloudburst Cafe

This newly re-opened coffeeshop is home to fine coffee, espresso, teas, and a small selection of breakfast eats outside of pastries like the eggy breakfast wrap, breakfast panini, or locally made vegetable juices. 

Wigan Pier

Wigan Pier

The Wigan Pier menu is short an obvious focus on fish and chips, offered in three different types of fish including cod, haddock, and halibut. They all come buttery and crispy, a fine dance between well cooked outside and fresh, melt in your mouth inside of fish meat. Mmmm. If you're not feeling fishy, you could get your fingers a little greasy with chicken baskets or a pot pie, but really, why bother. Get the fish and chips! You will not be disappointed.