The RBC Canadian Open has partnered with Tourism Hamilton and several of the city’s pre-eminent restaurants to deliver a unique culinary experience to fans attending one of Canada’s premier sporting events this June.
The Hamilton Fare Way is a new on-site food initiative taking place at this year’s RBC Canadian Open from June 6-9, 2019 at Hamilton Golf and Country Club. The gastro-experience will highlight the city’s vibrant culinary scene through an exciting partnership with Tourism Hamilton.
Eight restaurants will be featured as part of The Hamilton Fare Way, which will be located between holes 17 and 18 at Hamilton Golf and Country Club.
The Hamilton Fare Way will celebrate some of the arts & culture that make Hamilton so unique, and will include musical performances, interactive installations and more programming from some of the city’s dynamic artists.
Our young and passionate culinary team follows no scripts or rules when creating vibrant and unique dishes.
We allow the seasons to influence our changing menu and are committed to using responsibly sourced ingredients.
Ultimately, what is most important to us is the way you feel from the time you walk in our door to the time you leave. Our staff genuinely delivers a dining experience like no other in the city.
Earth to Table: Bread Bar is a living extension of the food philosophy that began when writing the Earth to Table cookbook. Earth to Table celebrates what is best about food and is trying to shorten the gap between producers and consumer.
Bread Bar celebrates and cooks with the seasons. We offer handcrafted food, made with the finest ingredients for people who want a better quality meal. Good Ingredients Matter.
The Brux House
Inspired by the European beer belt, Brux House located in Hamilton, Ontario couples fine fare and top-shelf service with the best of craft beer and ciders, spirited cocktails and exciting wines.
Executive Chef Fraser Macfarlane gives classic cuisine his creative culinary slant using quality and local ingredients. Food is paired with traditional and innovative beer styles from an extensive bottle and tap list of local and imported brews.
The restaurant’s bar area is home to a changing chalkboard menu listing daily features. An elegant dining room offers an à la carte menu that caters to guests looking for refined, but approachable, dishes.
Brux House offers private rooms to host events, and a patio to enjoy brews and bites outdoors. Its sister location, Quatrefoil Restaurant, is located in nearby Dundas, and specializes in contemporary fine dining.
People are going to spell our name wrong and they’re definitely going to question the choice. Simplicity applies to all things and burgers are most definitely not an exception. We get right to the point at HAMBRGR, giving our guests the perfect combination of locally sourced ingredients, a wide selection of craft beer, culinary artistry and of course, one of the most memorable experiences one can possibly muster in the enriching restaurant culture sweeping over downtown Hamilton.
Mezcal is a Mexican-inspired eatery located at 150 James Street South, in beautiful Hamilton, Ontario. What’s unique about Mezcal’s food is that we aren’t your typical “authentic” Mexican. We use ingredients that are not only from Mexico and Latin America but what is grown locally as well.
Our restaurant is small, but the atmosphere is huge. As you walk into Mezcal you are greeted with an inviting, contemporary and authentic cantina-inspired dining environment. Custom wood fixtures, exposed brick walls, and an impressive bar filled from floor to ceiling with the best 100% agave tequilas. This is the real stuff, and we make some killer cocktails that will quickly become your new favs.
Nique is a family of young, passionate individuals, eager to provide our customers with a dynamic and welcoming experience. We think our approach to food and drink is inherently Canadian. Not because we serve beavertail poutine with maple syrup gravy (we don’t serve this), but because our menu is a cultural mosaic. This nod to Canadian culture allows us to be both approachable and adventurous.
Radius has seating for over 340 guests, offers its patrons great foods, coffee and drinks made where possible from the produce and fine meats of our very own farmers and even from our own farm in Carlisle. We are able to serve you in a lovingly restored building once occupied by Isaac Buchanan, one of Hamilton’s great innovators of the 1800’s in a space that features 16’ original tin ceilings and adorned with art work from Hamilton’s great artist community. Our food is prepared fresh daily. I guess you could say that we ‘love local’.