On Friday March 3rd, East & Main Bistro hosts the Seventh Annual Fireman’s Dinner. Your contribution of $75 supports our local heroes — while enjoying great meal! Some of you have family members who are volunteer first response — or perhaps a family member or friend has been in need of emergency assistance — so you […]
It’s officially winter, so we have a new menu. What could be better for lunch than seafood jambalaya with shrimp, scallops, fish, clams, sausage, sweet peppers, basmati rice, cayenne and tomato? For dinner, try cabernet braised lamb shank with creamy polenta, wild mushrooms & sautéed vegetables. Click here find out more options.
Our Valentines Menu for 2017 has just been posted. It will only available on the 14th of February. Click here to view the menu, Reserve your table at 613-399-5420 or email@example.com.
Take heart! East & Main Bistro is once again open, Wednesday through Sunday (Lunch from 12:00 to 2:30 PM — Dinner from 5:30 to 9:00 PM). Our short winter break is over, and we’re here to soothe your February blues with a new menu. Click here for more. See you soon?
I was ever so dismayed when I heard of the passing of Grant Howes last Saturday. Grant was instrumental in literally putting Prince Edward County on the map … His death leaves a gap in our hospitality community that will be impossible to ignore. At this time, Kimberly and I wish to extend our deepest condolences to Jennifer.
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Welcome to East & Main
Your hosts, Kimberly and David, want the memory of the best in local fare to bring you back to Prince Edward County. Their idea: provide luxury comfort food, but use fresh local ingredients with perfect service that never intrudes upon the camaraderie of good friends. Wellington offered the natural intersection for wine, produce and country casual.