Cabot Trail Dining
Places to Eat along the Cabot Trail


The Cabot Trail is a 300-kilometre Seafood Trail. Fresh seafood, especially local lobster and crab, are the highlight of a visitor experience for dining on the Cabot Trail. Oysters and mussels are grown at the Top of the Island, and mussels are raised in St Ann's Bay. An added bonus for many dining experiences is the music - many restaurants feature Cape Breton fiddlers or folk musicians during the high season. Restaurants range from pubs to fine dining establishments. Dining is at its best with Taste of Nova Scotia-recognised restaurants.