Rain or shine, Canadians love eating out at a restaurant. It could be for a nutritious energy-packed continental breakfast before heading out to work, a lunch between colleagues or an intimate dinner. Everyone of us has a favourite spot, a restaurant whose fares are hard to resist!
Although we certainly have a favourite wine or beer, lunch or dinner at a restaurant is the ideal place to try out a vast array of drinks. If the cost of a bottle of wine will make a dent in your budget, why not buy it by the glass? One or two glasses of wine, a little exercise in wine tasting, could prove more affordable and will certainly curtail drinking, as the legal limit can be fast approaching.
Beer is also very popular as the drink of choice in restaurants. Some restaurants specialize in offering a wide selection of beers from the four corners of the world. Microbreweries are also gaining in popularity and some even had the brilliant idea to build restaurants on the sites of their microbreweries. Trading across the globe has also opened the door to new and exciting beers from around the world. We have always known Belgian, French and English beers. Now restaurants are also able to offer beers from places like Mexico, Hungary, Poland and Japan. Try them out, drink moderately and enjoy fully this little time out at your local restaurant!
Beers & wines
…à la carte!