Celebrate Multicultural Day (with great food!)

Celebrate Multicultural Day (with great food!)

June 27 is National Multiculturalism Day and what better way to celebrate our multiculturalism than with our fantastic food options? Some of these may be well known while others may be hidden gems just waiting for you to discover. 

Thursday, Friday & Saturday – Catch Sushi Night at Chatter’s Pub & Eatery 

last sushi date w/ bae

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Another fan favourite at Chatter’s (anytime) is Bibimbap, a traditional Korean dish with rice and beef. 

My first time having bibimap and it was super tasty! #localeats #datenight #bibimbap

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You will feel like you’ve been transported to the Caribbean with Jerk Chicken night at the Jane St. Grill and Rotisserie (every Wednesday night). Worried about the spice? It’s all good mon, they’ve got Miramichi Mild! 

Dreaming of wandering the streets of Munich or Vienna? Bring Bavarian flavour to you. Stop by the Newcastle farmer’s market on Friday afternoons to grab a Bratwurst or Schnitzel from the Sausage man. 

Speaking of delicious German eats have you tried the treats from Napan Baykery? 

Ookdotaan will allow you to a enjoy traditional Mi’kmaq meal cooked fireside at Metepenagiag Heritage Park. 

A new and unique flavour to Miramichi’s dining scene has been the Bangkok Food Truck. Enjoy a Taste of Thai (to see their schedule click here

A local favourite of French descent – Poutine. Try grabbing one from Cheese Please at the Water Street Market (Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings) for fresh authentic cheese curds! 


If the poutine hasn’t convinced you to visit the Water St. Market, other great finds have included Hungarian pancakes, samosas & Aboriginal Tacos 

Specializing in Chinese & Vietnamese food, you won’t want to miss Tran’s Palace. We guarantee you won’t leave hungry. 

If it’s Mediterranean that’s on your mind, Pita Pit Miramichi has got you covered – Shawarma, Souvlaki, Greek Salad. Yum!

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