Chef Todd Perrin undertook a massive, two-year renovation of the heritage building in 2011 and quickly put the historic fishing village of Quidi Vidi on the culinary map. It’s a step back in time, alluring outside and ravishing within, and as charming on a sunny spring afternoon as in the midst of a blowing nor’easter.
Mallard Cottage, No. 17 of Canada's 100 Best Restaurants 2017 (via Canadas 100 Best)
A Guide to Newfoundland: A Rugged, Remote Foodie Haven (via Vogue)
“It’s a rugged remoteness. The glacial-swept highlands conjure up fairy tales, the mighty fjords breed a difficulty o...
Small town becomes unlikely hero of 9/11 (USA Today Network)
Nearly 7,000 air passengers were suddenly rerouted to Gander, Newfoundland, moments after the terrorist attacks of Se...