Posted on Wednesday, August 25, 2021 04:19 PM
Momoko Snacks Land, located at 75 Dalhousie St. Unit 104 in Harmony Square, sells a variety of products from Japan, Korea and China, including: limited edition and seasonal snacks, drinks, beauty products and stationary items.
Momoko Snacks Land opened in 2019 and has quickly become a destination in downtown Brantford for visitors and students to shop for Pokémon cards and accessories, Funko POP figures and delicious snacks from around the world. Check out their selection of...
Posted on Thursday, August 19, 2021 12:02 PM
From 1901 to 1968, the Cordage Heritage District was home to the largest cordage and twine manufacturer in Canada – the Brantford Cordage. Today, a variety unique shopping opportunities can be discovered on this historic property located at 111 Sherwood Dr.
Unit #17 | 519-717-0120
A1 Cycle is a boutique bicycle and Pro Scooter shop that carries a solid selection of high quality BMX, trail, street, comfort and electric bicycles and Pro Scooter brands from completes to parts. They can...
Posted on Tuesday, August 03, 2021 04:32 PM
Brantford has a great brewing history, with local breweries operating here as early as 1845. Discover Brantford’s growing craft beer and spirits scene by visiting our two local breweries and the city’s first micro-distillery.
Located at 51 Woodyatt Dr. #9, near the Lynden Park Mall, Bell City Brewing opened its doors in February 2015 over a shared loved of flavourful beer and the comradery around a pint and its creation. Visit their brewery for a tasting or a tour...
Posted on Thursday, July 08, 2021 06:06 PM
Want to plan the perfect date night in Brantford? Here are a few can’t miss spots that are perfect for a summer date in the Telephone City. Visit our Tourism Directory for a full list of businesses, attractions and ideas to create your own unique adventure in Brantford with your loved one.
Hike or cycle along the Grand River
Rent a step-through bike from Heron Head Bikes and cycle along the over 70kms of nature trails in Brantford. Whether hiking or cycling, the trails have several spots with...
Posted on Thursday, July 08, 2021 03:41 PM
During the pandemic, we were introduced to the term “ghost kitchens”, also called virtual kitchens or cloud kitchens. Ghost kitchens differ from traditional restaurants as they don’t have dining areas or servers. They can be located in established restaurants or other certified kitchen facilities and meals can be ordered as take-out or from a delivery service, depending on the business. In Ontario, ghost kitchens are required to be registered and are inspected by the health unit before opening. Once...