Hi everyone – welcome to The East Coast Foodie!

This blog is about all things edible in Newfoundland.  From fine dining to cod tongues, from foie gras to flipper pie, we explore what’s happening in the Newfoundland food scene.

Based in the city of St John’s, but traveling widely around our fair province, we are sure to come up with some culinary adventures!  We are your resource for restaurant reviews and recipe suggestions.  We also do the leg-work so that you can learn where to find the most delicious ingredients, whether home-grown or exotic, in order to create your own gourmet masterpieces.

Made right here!

Thanks for reading 🙂

– Christine

We do not receive free stuff, funding, or any other goodies from the products or companies we feature on the site (we wish! But alas, we are not that important I suppose). We post things because we think they’re awesome, want to share something we love (or dis-love), or spread the news about an event that sounds nifty. Our policy is to provide full disclosure if we were ever to find ourselves the recipient of free goodies and posted an article as a result.

5 Responses to About

  1. Dana says:

    I wait with breath that is baited…

  2. Johanne says:

    Awesome blog! I’m so excited to discover East Coast Foodie!

    I love the name and the concept- traveling with you via our love of food is going to be such an amazing adventure.

    Looking forward to tasting and toasting with you,
    Johanne 🙂

  3. Karen says:

    Great website! I just discovered you. I tried making a similar blog a while back but ended up focusing more on my own cooking/kitchen antics. I look forward to reading more from East Cove Foodie!

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