EATS & DRINKS
Where to Eat and Drink Salute Coffee Company i 2195 Armstrong St.
Salute the morning with a cuppa that will have you saying, “This is a damn fine cup of coffee,” like you just walked off the set of Twin Peaks.
Old Rock Coffee j 212 Minto St.
An independent café and roastery that ticks all the hipster boxes for fair-trade, single origin beans and twee merchandise.
Golden Grain Bakery k 153 Brady St.
One does not see so much as smell Golden Grain – an aromatic trove of classic loaves and baked goods. Go early for your carb fix, because they sell out.
Laughing Buddha l 194 Elgin St.
With a veggie-heavy menu, this intimate restaurant is a welcome addition to the city’s dining options. It also features a rollicking music scene with live jazz every Saturday.
Deluxe Hamburgers m Multiple locations, incl. 1737 Regent St.
Sudbury’s answer to McDonald’s (albeit with only one golden arch), this hometown chain has been dishing out burgers, fries and the much-lauded chicken on a bun since the ’60s.
P&M’s Kouzzina n 1463 Lasalle Blvd.
Casual and cheery, this eatery spotlights the city’s Italian heritage with hearty Mediterranean-style fare.
Stack Brewing o 1350 Kelly Lake Rd.
Quench your thirst after a run at the retail shop of this award-winning brewery, where you’ll find beers with cheeky names hinting at Sudbury’s quirks, including Stack ’72, Shatter Cone and Valley Girl.