New culinary experience arrives at Stonehouse
A new culinary experience is coming to the historic Stonehouse building on the NAV CENTRE property.
Cornwall’s diverse dining scene will be further enhanced with the opening of the Stonehouse Lounge and Grill. Set to open Saturday, February 8th, the menu – designed by NAV CENTRE’s Executive Chef Boopathi Venkatesan and Sous Chef Gabriel Asselin – will feature unique and delectable options, including shareable appetizers, grilled steaks, fresh fish and a range of chef’s specials.
In this relaxing and inviting environment, guests will also be able to enjoy a great wine selection, high end spirits, local draft beer and crisp cocktails exclusive to the Stonehouse.
“It has been a dream to expand the use of the Stonehouse and open this dining experience to Cornwall,” said Ian Bentley, Director Conference Services and Food & Beverage. “We’re beyond excited that it’s finally happening. Cornwall residents are always looking for new and unique dining experiences, and I can tell you we have something special in the works for guests at the recently renovated Stonehouse Lounge and Grill. I’m also extremely excited to introduce Cornwall to our new Stonehouse and Jet Set Pub Manager, Christopher Cram, who will be relocating to the city bringing his experience from Jasper, Edmonton and the Toronto area. Chris along with the Stonehouse Chef, Gabriel Asselin, are set to showcase this truly remarkable building.”
The historical 1850s-era Stonehouse Lounge and Grill will be open for a three-month trial basis on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 5 pm to 11 pm. The NAV CENTRE will continue to offer the executive retreat and meeting space during the day to clients.
To make reservations, please call 613-936-5444.
For more information on the Stonehouse Lounge and Grill, please click here.
About the NAV Centre
The NAV CENTRE is the largest hotel and conference centre in Eastern Ontario. The NAV CENTRE offers a one stop and all-inclusive getaway experience for a diverse range of world-class event possibilities – from business meetings and conferences, to public receptions and private celebrations. We are committed to meeting excellence and offering our guests a delectable fusion of elegance, leisure and comfort.
For more information on the NAV Centre, please click here.
Dine with us!
From casual to fine dining, local favourites to tastes from around the world, Cornwall has something for everyone. Check out one of our many great restaurants during your visit! For more information, please click here.
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Do you have other questions? Cornwall Tourism can help. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy of our Visitor Guide or contact us at (613) 938-4748. You can also stop by the Cornwall Tourism office at the Cornwall Civic Complex (100 Water Street). The office is open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm – we would be happy to answer your questions and provide you with recommendations and information to make your visit to Cornwall even more memorable!
Article by Kevin Lajoie, Cornwall Tourism
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