Canoeing on Hicks Lake
(Albert Normandin photo)

Harrison Hot Springs


 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

Harrison's small size makes its variety of dining experience totally unexpected.

Options range from pub fare, family-friendly restaurants and casual takeouts (including pizza, Chinese and sushi), to fine dining and specialty cuisine.

Most take considerable pride in presenting home-crafted foods, locally grown produce and family run operations. Save for Baskin Robbins, there isn't a chain-eatery in sight. Some of the smaller restaurants close up in winter.

Cafés in Harrison Hot Springs

Muddy Waters Espresso Bar and Café (328 Esplanade) has a sun-drenched patio for people-watching over a morning java and later in the day, with paninis, nachos and grazing foods. The café sponsors beachside entertainment on summer weekends, usually local musicians. The Green Star Cafe in the Village Mall is a quieter local hangout.

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