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Where to go for a post-run bev­er­age

PICAROONS ROUND­HOUSE f (880 Union St.) is on the north side and rel­a­tively new. The BREWTIQUE g (422 Queen St.) is a store in down­town Fredericton that sells Picaroons beer, T-shirts and other swag. They brew great beer. GRAYSTONE BREW­ERY h (221 King St.) is a new craft beer pro­ducer and re­seller in Fredericton lo­cated on the west side of down­town. They fea­ture over 20 taps with their own beer as well as a few se­lect oth­ers, which are also all New Brunswick craft beers. For the best se­lec­tion of sin­gle malts and pre­mium blends in the city by far, check out LU­NAR ROGUE i (625 King St.). The beer se­lec­tion is also good and typ­i­cal pub food is avail­able. Of course, there’s also the CAP­I­TAL COM­PLEX j (362 Queen St.), which has mul­ti­ple bars un­der one roof and most do live mu­sic.

Good places to eat

THE PALATE k (462 Queen St.) is a re­ally nice op­tion for brunch, and many say that it’s the best lunch spot in the city. 540 KITCHEN & BAR l (540 Queen St.) is a rel­a­tively new gas­tro pub to Fredericton that does a com­bi­na­tion of good food and beer re­ally well. DAMDA m (526 Queen St.) is a great Viet­namese/ Thai restau­rant in down­town Fredericton, with a re­ally nice at­mos­phere for lunch or din­ner. For cheap eats in Fredericton, DIM­ITRI’S n (349 King St.), a Greek joint with con­sis­tently good food, is the go-to in the city.

BE­LOW Fredericton Court­house and City Hall along Queen St.

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