As the name suggests, at Coffee Culture the coffee is great. We provide high quality whole roasted coffee beans and have them blended and roasted to our specifications to ensure each freshly brewed cup of coffee, espresso, latte and cappuccino is deliciously satisfying. We took it another step and offered baked goods which are made fresh daily, cakes, and appetizing grilled sandwiches and wraps.
Coffee Culture Café & Eatery is a perfect spot to grab a quiet cup of coffee, hold casual business meetings and a place to take advantage of the café’s free wireless Internet access and plasma TV; a few sidewalk tables lend a Euro flair.
There is more to this café than you might imagine, aside from great coffee and cozy ambiance. The friendly employees serve up all sorts of fresh gourmet foods: Breakfast bagels, Muffins and Pastries. For lunch and dinner, offerings include grilled sandwiches, soups and culture specialties. Late night desserts may just be the best part, with our decadent cakes you can never go wrong – what a perfect way to end the day.
For more than 70 years, the DQ® system’s recipe for success has been simple. It’s been a combination of hardworking people who own and operate restaurants, and great-tasting food and tempting treats served in our establishments.
At Harvey’s, we have a long history of proudly serving Canadians great tasting burgers. For over 50 years, our restaurants have been Canadian owned and operated, serving Canadians all across our beautiful country. Much has changed in the past 50 years, however our recipe has remained as true and as delicious as ever. Our Harvey’s grill-masters charbroil each burger to perfection at 600 degrees Fahrenheit on an open-flame grill. Once the burger is set in front of you, we let you choose from a selection of fresh toppings and together we build your perfect burger right before your eyes. Your burger made just the way you want it. Now that’s a beautiful thing!
Since 1955, we’ve proudly served the world some of its favourite food. Along the way, we’ve been more than a part of history – we’ve created it. From our famous Big Mac sandwich, Fries, and Chicken McNuggets to the launch of McCafé espresso-based coffee drinks, it’s been an exciting journey…and we’re just getting started. See our full menu at http://www.mcdonalds.ca
Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world every day because they share a core belief – to serve their community.
Subway’s products are subs, salads, wraps, cookies and muffins. Subway is also first in “top service” and “most popular” rankings. We pride ourselves on our freshly baked bread and fresh ingredients. Subway is one of the fastest growing franchises in the world, with 44,419 stores in 111 countries.
We continue to be a nut-free facility and have the same hand-cut, carefully prepared fries. We have a large number of new menu items and many that are gluten-free.
We are about bringing our passion for good food and the desire to share it with as many people as possible. During the season, we will be open every day except Monday’s. Any changes get posted on our Facebook page & Twitter feed (you can find both on our website).
Robert Firlotte was raised in Smiths Falls but left in the spring of 1996 to make his way to Alberta. He worked at the Banff Springs Hotel for three years and learned a ton working in various parts of the hotel – including experience with one of the hotels Executive Chefs. Prior to that he had worked at Rob Roy’s in Smiths Falls for a few years. His career in media as a cameraman for 16 years was an interesting one, but after being laid off, decided to return to his hometown and pursue his passion for food.
Robert’s partner, Laurel, also brings restaurant experience – as well as an extensive marketing and customer service background to T’s Chips …and more. Laurel was born & raised in Calgary but don’t hold that against her. Her family emmigrated from Ireland in 1823 to Scarborough, and have lived in Ontario & Alberta, since. Her family roots are those in farming, which influences her in terms of high-quality, healthy ingredients.
A lot of the inspiration for the menu come from the kids (10 and 13) because the question always arises – what are we going to eat? Their palates aren’t as sophisticated (yet) so coming up with simple, healthy food they will happily eat, is a little more challenging. We believe it’s good to involve them with cooking so they learn how to make things for themselves, expand their food tastes and work on their reading & math skills.