Always great energy and entertainment. Good menu and selection of drinks, arrive early to get a spot
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We arrived at The Shoe to find it packed with folks waiting outside. We managed to squeeze in and sat with an interesting couple from Ontario who did not mind if we joined them. The music was in full swing. The McNeil Sisters were playing...More
We ate here three times during our week's tour of Celtic Colours. Just down the road from our accommodation in Port Hood it provided great comfort food in a busy but friendly atmosphere. We had some of the best fish and chips and seafood chowder...More
Found the restaurant 10 mins away from the B&B. The food was generally ok, and the music was Scottish and made for a very enjoyable evening.
We arrived to a standing room only event! Great music, hearty meals and an audience who wanted to dance and participate. This Pub has a built in draw with the Rankin Sisters as your hosts on a regular basis. There is parking around the Pub...More
We stopped in after reading about this pub on TA. This was our first stop enroute the Cabot Trail. We stopped in on a Sunday and got to hear about an hour of music by the Mackenzie girls? It was fantastic! Really enjoyed dinner and...More
Great food and great local music! When there is live music playing the line up can be pretty long , but it's worth the wait! A place where most locals go to as well!
By the Trip Advisor ratings it appeared this place was going to be OUT of this World. It was very good, but doesn't deserve the Excellent reviews its getting. The food was good, but not amazing. The wings were good and we tried the Banana...More
The questions asked here are all about the food, but The Red Shoe is far, far more than a place to eat. We have eaten here twice, and the food was just fine. However, the Red Shoe is an iconic place to visit - especially...More
This is a charming small place with great food and marvelous atmosphere. The wait staff are all local and are warm and welcoming. We were there in the early evening before any music started and it was tempting to stay.