healthy eats near moncton:

Make Sackville, New Brunswick a stopover or a destination and experience fresh, local food at its finest.

Where to Eat En Route to Moncton or Halifax

Driving between Moncton and Halifax and looking for an interesting and tasty stopping place?

Take Exit 504 at the historic university town of Sackville, NB located 10 kms from the Nova Scotia border. 

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the Black Duck Café on Bridge Street in the charming, walkable downtown area, just 2 minutes from the highway and a stone's throw from the campus of Mount Allison University.

Fuel up with the area's best espresso, and grab baked goods made from scratch with quality ingredients for the road ahead.

We are open every day, including holidays and storm days.

Easy on-street parking or in nearby lots. 
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A Foodie Road Trip from Moncton

Looking for fresh dining ideas in the Moncton area? Take a mini road trip to Sackville! 

After working-up an appetite strolling the boardwalk of the Sackville Waterfowl Park - a great place for bird enthusiasts and photographers - make your way to the nearby Black Duck Café on Bridge Street. 

Grab a table with a view onto our garden, and soak up the light-filled ambiance. In season, fresh and colourful ingredients are picked daily by our green-thumbed culinary team.

From comfort food faves like gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and an all-day breakfast served with house-cured bacon, to vegetarian hits like our black bean chili and flavourful “Vee-Bee” vegan burger, you’re in for a treat.

The friendly service, charming decor, and creatively prepared dishes will have you exclaiming “What a discovery!” See you soon.
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Discover the Black Duck Café

We're a small-town restaurant. A centre for our loyal local clientele, and a destination for travellers. Our menu is seasonal and flows with the garden and farmers market. Take-out and eat-in available.

things to do in sackville:

The picturesque small town of Sackville is home to thriving, locally-owned boutiques, craft galleries and historic homes. Bring your camera as there are many photo opportunities around town and among the cattails and birch trees of the must-see waterfowl park.

Sackville Waterfowl Park

Award-winning 55-acre park located a short walk from downtown. Featuring 3.5 kilometres of accessible trails and boardwalks, 160 bird species, and 200 species of plants. Free admission.
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Owens Art Gallery

Lively, innovative artwork is featured at Canada’s oldest university art gallery located in a historically significant, 19th-century building on the campus of Mount Allison University.
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The Sackville Farmers Market

Vibrant local shopping experience in the heart of downtown featuring quality hand-made products and locally grown food. Saturdays 9 to 12.
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Anderson Octagonal House

Unique octagonal house constructed by Captain George Anderson in 1855. Part of the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre.
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