When Waterfront opened its doors in June, its goal wasn’t just to be a new culinary destination. It also wanted to be a place where people came together to enjoy one another’s company as they enjoyed high-quality cuisine. That’s why Waterfront’s team worked so tirelessly to put together a list of 30 craft beers on tap, a vast wine list, and a menu of small plates designed for sharing.
If you haven’t been to Waterfront yet, round up a group of foodie friends to check it out. Kick off your meal with one of the craft brews or a cocktail like the Charles, a mix of tequila, chili poblano, prosecco, and watermelon. Then pass around some “brewery bites”—think fried oysters and onion rings with house-made hot sauce—or the more refined small plates, such as black Angus beef sliders and lobster thermidor poutine.