Where to Eat, Drink & Stay
The Cable Room Restaurant
Theatre Baddeck recommends our partner The Cable Room Restaurant (Telegraph House) for dinner before or after a Theatre Baaddeck show. This historic staple in the village of Baddeck is the closest restaurant to the theatre and serve an ever-changing menu that is crafted in support of local organic farmers, sustainably sourced seafood, and fairly traded imports.
Located at: 479 Chebucto Street, Baddeck.
Baddeck Lobster Suppers
Theatre Baddeck recommends our partner Baddeck Lobster Suppers for delicious seafood! They are a family owned, neighbourhood restaurant featuring locally fished lobster, salmon, crab and more!
Located at: 17 Ross Street, Baddeck.
The Herring Choker Deli
Looking for a delicious lunch? Theatre Baddeck actors call our partner The Herring Choker Deli "sandwich heaven." Don't miss it on your Baddeck trip!
Located at: 10158 Trans-Canada Highway, Nyanza.
Check out www.visitbaddeck.com for more dining listings.
Big Spruce Brewing
A trip to Baddeck is incomplete without a visit to our partner Big Spruce Brewing! Located at 64 Yankee Line, Nyanza - a short drive from the Village of Baddeck - this award-winning Cape Breton craft brewery will delight with its tasting room, live music, and food truck offering.
Located at 368 Shore Road, Baddeck, this historic resort has welcomed guests from across the globe for 70 years!
The Telegraph House
Located at 479 Chebucto Street, Baddeck, this charming hotel, built in 1861, once contained the office of the first Trans-Oceanic Cable Company. Some of the first telegraph messages in North America were sent from the office in the "Telegraph House"!
The Cabot Trail Motel
Located at 8450 Trans Canada Hwy 105, Baddeck, this motel is centrally located right on the Cabot Trail and has a stunning view of the beautiful Bras D'Or Lakes!