We kayaked down from a cottage on Lake Kamaniskeg and found this little gem on the water. Outdoor seating, friendly service and surprisingly good higher end pub-type food. This was a pleasant surprise. Local craft beer a bonus.
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Felt like we were somewhere in the Caribbean having our lunch as the hot breeze blew and the music played in the background. Food and service were excellent. Arrived via boat and was able to tie up at their dock, added to the experience. Would...More
Just out of the blue saw this little sign at the side of the road that just said.. "Food % Drink" on a small white sandwich board. We were on a 3 day motorcycle trip and it was getting late... What the heck.. OMG Its...More
If you are in the area for any reason, you need to go here. Its so unique. Yes, its a bar/restaurant - but its so cool and different.
This bar had a great band the night we visited. It is a little small for the number of people that were there. Beverage prices were average and a low cover charge to get in considering the live entertainment.
Gave them another chance- wish we hadn`t. We were the first to arrive on a Sunday afternoon. First choice of food wasn`t available - so ordered a Montreal Smoked meat sandwich and a quinoa wrap. Food finally arrived - wrap was bland and uninteresting but...More
The best thing about The Bent Anchor is the atmosphere. It is an open air restaurant. The upper level only has half walls and the lower level is right on the river. It always feels like a cool restaurant in the tropics somewhere. A tip-...More
Beautifully situated near Combermere on the Madawaska river. Drop in by water or road. On the blistering hot day we dropped by we found it to be a well shaded outdoor/deck bar (and music venue) with a most refreshing breeze off the water. Staff was...More
Made reservations for wing night and only half of the people at the table were able to have wings (after reservations for wings, and the orders were already placed for wings). The waitress had to come back out and half of our group had to...More