Eat a California Club sandwich at "Stooley's", next to 124 Division Street.diablo said:So I'll likely be in Kingston this weekend. I lived there until I was six, but I've onyl been back twice in 20 years.
Any suggestions for good stuff for a couple to see/do? Day and nighttime stuff.
Yes. Amazing. Artery clogging but amazing. Size of footballs. One time I thought it would be kool to steal their table and chairs unit. I made it to Johnson and Division but had to leave it at the intersection as the manager was chasing me w/ the Donair knife!The Kid said:GET A DONAIR FROM KING OF DONAIR ON PRINCESS STREET RIGHT BEHIND THE BURGER KING.
Good god I'm salivating just thinking about them... goddam.
You MUST have one of these when you're in town.
I'll give you twenty bucks to bring one back for me (sauce on the side, please)
Yes, I totally forgot about the Toucan, that is a great place!billy said:i've said it before in the other kingston threads...the toucan was always my favourite pub if you want a traditional pub, lots of real beer on tap, possibly a live band or two and a good mix of townie's and students with hockey on the tv's.
..plus the original bubba's is seconds away!
BLAH, BLAH,m0ff said:Don't listen to ChrisD!
Stages - only if you're looking for jail bait with the herp
Cocamo - see above
AJs - closed down almost three years ago after a Queen's football player was stabbed to death by some lunatic.
Roberts Club Vogue - huh?
You should check these places out;
*Tir Nan Og
*Kingston Brew Pub
*Morrison's (for breaky only)
*Saturday is the Farmer's Market behind City Hall
*I think the Fort is pretty much closed down for the season, but you can definitely take some great pictures of the waterway and RMC from there.
*Cooke's Fine Foods
If you have a car;
*Wilton Cheese Factory (get their 5 year cheddar!)
*Waupoos Winery (Picton)
*Minos - but get the take out! Their ribs are to die for!
ps. I'm from Kingston...lived there for 18 years before I shipped off to university. Let me know if you have any questions.