Glen Breton Rare
North America's 1st Single Malt Whisky
2014 Season - May to October
Best restaurant on Cape Breton Island
According to "Where To Eat In Canada"
The Glenora menu is designed and presented by Chef' Andrew Kinnear and Chef Patrick MacIsaac. Each signature dish is prepared with the most local ingredients and influenced by tradition and Nova Scotia culture. Dining at Glenora is in the top 100, according to "Where to eat in Canada" and we are proud members and promoters of "Taste of Nova Scotia"
Uisge-beatha (The Water of Life) The Glenora Pub offers a wide selection of Single Malt Whisky. Sit and compare your favourites to some of ours. Each year as whisky matures in our warehouses we are experimenting with new finishes and bottlings. Enjoy the latest Glen Breton Rare in its original bottling as a 10 Year old or in one of its rarer expressions, most of which are only available on-site
A Traditional Cape Breton Ceilidh.
A ceilidh is a gathering. In Cape Breton this gathering is most often centered around music, story telling, food and beverage.
Each day between 1 - 3pm & 8 - 10pm local Cape Breton music is featured in the Glenora Pub.
(subject to change)
1-3 The MacNeil Girls with Tracey & Paul
8-10 Pius MacIsaac & Ian MacDougall
1-3 Kevin Levesconte & Pius MacIsaac
8-10 Anita MacDonald & Tyson Chen
1-3 Stuart Cameron & Tyson Chen
8-10 Bonnie Jean MacDonald & Greg Campbell
1-3 Stuart Cameron & Pius MacIsaac
8-10 Anita MacDonald & Lauren MacDonald
1-3 Kevin Levesconte & Sandra Gillis
8-10 Kevin Levesconte & Tyson Chen
1-3 Pius MacIsaac & Sandra Gillis
8-10 Derek & Melody Cameron
1-3 Maggie Beaton & Tyson Chen
8-10 Kevin Levesconte & Mary Elizabeth (MacMaster) MacInnis
PO Box 181,
Mabou, NS, Canada
13727 Route 19, Glenville
17 Murdock MacKay Court, Suite 202