EAT OUT PRINCE GEORGE
Prince George has really become a city that embraces its independent eateries. Ask any local you see, and they’ll easily list a dozen favourite restaurants without even a pause to think. From an exploding array of multicultural cuisines, indulgent gourmet bites, and innovative plates emphasising local ingredients, our up and coming chefs continue to break the status quo. A word of advice… come hungry.
“The food scene here is growing, and it’s changing,” says Chef Warren of Betulla Burning. “There’s definitely a lot of people who are excited for things that are happening in Prince George and a lot of people who are pushing the boundaries.”
With short summers, and abundant wild harvests surrounding Prince George many local ingredients have less than a month to be harvested and picked.
When in season, a visit to a few of these eateries is bound to have you indulging in some of the local produce whether off the feature menu or as raw ingredients.
- Prince George Farmers’ Market
- The Bistro at Northern Lights Wintery
- Birch & Boar
- Frozen Paddle
- Betulla Burning
- Wilson Square Market
SOMETHING A LITTLE DIFFERENT
Unique experiences found across the city and leading the way for PG.
- House of Ancestors Café (indigenous)
- Zen Noodle House (fusion)
- Shogun Japanese Steakhouse (teppanyaki)
- Ramen Ya Sendo (ramen)
- Ritual Coffeeworks (vegan)
GRUB ON WHEELS
Just as restaurants morph, so can our definition of a restaurant. These entrepreneurs are taking their bites to you and hitting the pavement to hang at the best of the local event scene. Most trucks run weekly from May-October.
Here are a few trucks we’ve noticed around town lately.
- The Veg Head (vegan tacos)
- Glazed (doughnuts)
- Legendary John’s Spud Truck (potatoes)
- Kusina Tasty Food (Filipino cuisine)
GET THE SCOOP ON WHAT FOLKS HAVE BEEN SAMPLING
Support local and use the hashtag #EatsinPG in your social posts to share your appreciation and love for Prince George’s foodie scene and chefs.