Cape House Restaurant
Look out over the magnificent Bay of Fundy from the dining room or deck (weather permitting!) of our historic Cape House. Savour the view and the selection of lunch or dinner dishes from our Cape House kitchen. Below you'll find ‘What we're all about', as well as our menu. The Cape House Restaurant also features a selection of beer and wine for your enjoyment. A children's menu is also offered.
The Restaurant is closed for the 2021 season - Reopening June 4th 2022
Here's a taste of what we're all about
Armadale Farm Dairy Products
Established in 1992 in Roachville N.B. by Dairy farmers Ian and Hetty Smyth. This dedicated team started out producing dairy products for friends and family only and later began selling wholesale due to the demand for their high quality unique product. All products are made from 100% natural dairy products gathered from their flink of Holstein cows.
Waterside Farms Cottage Winery
See for yourself the process that turns simple fruit into distinctive wines. Waterside Farms Cottage Winery is committed to developing a wild blueberry wine packed with the natural flavonoids to increase the antioxidant value of their wine. Try dry, sweet and semi-sweet blueberry or Rhubarb wine today!
Down East Coffee Roasters
Down East Coffee Roasters is owned and operated by a family of entrepreneurs. Since 1996, they have been providing friendly service and extraordinary coffee to businesses across Canada from their Notre-Dame-Kent location. They recently opened a new roasting house in Moncton, at the corner of St George Blvd and Mount Royal, and invite you to drop by either location.
Shepody Pheasant Preserve
Lynn and Claude Dixon are native New Brunswickers who, with their five children, have been running a family cattle farm since 1975. The plan for Shepody Pheasant Preserve came about in 1989 and opened that year with three hunting zones and 500 birds. Since then, the reserve has grown to also provide eggs, turkeys and pheasants to local businesses and markets.
Tansy Lane Herb Farm
Inspired by generations of her family who farmed the land at Cape Enrage, Carole Coleman (Milburn) opened Tansy Lane Herb Farm in Albert Mines in 2000. She started making products with the fruit and wild plants of the local area. The business has expanded to fill a quaint shop in her 1870's farmhouse where you can find all of her natural products. Her teas have become an ever expanding line.
Fundy Fishing Industry
With a fleet of 17 boats, and a population of just over 300 people, the fishing community is a driving force behind the village of Alma. Although the fishing season for both Scallop and Lobster is limited to months and
sometimes weeks the crew works all year round. Meeting regulations and quotas these fish are brought ashore and sold throughout the village or shipped along the eastern seaboard. Fishing here is some of the best in the Maritimes so try some today.
GLOBALLY INSPIRED. LOCALLY GROWN!