A perfect end to a perfect day!! Together with a select group of restaurants, Green Woods Inn is pleased to offer a gourmet experience to treasure. We think these restaurants are all rather special! We invite you to review the following, savour the menus and whet you appetite. Call us to reserve your room and let us know what time and where you would like your dinner reservation.
Le Chien Noir. One of Kingston’s most popular dining establishments, featuring updated French Bistro dishes along with contemporary cuisine. Just imagine ~ Filet de Saumon: grilled B.C. Pacific salmon, vanilla-citrus & saffron beurre Blanc, St-Andre Brie & beet risotto, baby bok-choy – Recommended by “Where to eat in Canada”
Olivea. Experience a little taste of Italy in historic downtown Kingston, Salute! Olivea [O-li-vÃ y-a] – a contemporary Italian Trattoria serving rustic Italian and Mediterranean food. Our dining room, dedicated to supporting ‘local’, is fun and lively overlooking downtown Kingston’s Farmers Market and public skating rink in the winter. We offer Signature cocktails and an extensive list featuring Italian wines and many local wines and beers.
Tango Nuevo. Offers a broad range of cocktails, from old favourites to specialties unique to Kingston. Our tempting array of martinis range from classic to refreshing to fruity to sweet. Can’t decide? Try a martini slider and sample three of our Retrotinis to discover your favourite!
Bayview Farm Restaurant. The property has been a working farm with land stretching back to Westbrook Road, which at one time also housed a small ice cream business where Maple Walnut Ice Cream was born; a tourist home called Loyalist Lodge including a dance pavilion on the water; Clark’s previous restaurant Clark’s by the Bay; and later a hobby farm with pigs, chickens and gardens. Currently we are growing some of the fresh veggies being served in the new restaurant. Throughout all of this it has also been maintained as a family home to whichever current generation of the family is lucky enough to reside there.
Sir John’s Pub. occupies the building used by Sir John A. Macdonald as his law office from 1849 to 1860. Macdonald began his political career during this formative period and of course later became Canada’s first Prime Minister.The pub has a cozy atmosphere and reflects the style of the mid-nineteenth century. The pub features a good selection of imported and local beers and a large selection of Scottish single malts and blended whiskies. The menu is reasonably-priced and features many traditional Scottish dishes and contemporary casual dining.