Goodness Me! Natural Food Market
Our mission is simple: to discover, educate about, and offer healthy living products. This was Janet's mission back in 1981 when she first opened the doors to Goodness Me!, and it hasn't wavered since. We exist to help people live longer and healthier lives through our product offering, education…
Natural Food Grocery Store with a mix of groceries, prepared foods, and supplements. Worth checking out and enjoying their 95 cent organic fair trade coffee!
Closest place for vegetables, although it has a limited selection and can be expensive.
“Located on Locke St. S, this is Hamilton's top spot for vegan friendly eats and treats, craft beer and open minds! Open early for coffee and treats and serving house made vegan/vegetarian friendly lunch, dinner and dessert menu with many gluten free options. Casual, inclusive and welcoming atmosphere. Counter service during the day, table service in the evening. Sure to satisfy vegans and non-vegans alike!'”
“Located just up the street on Locke St. South, this relaxed venue for breakfast, classic pub grub & beer also features occasional live music.”
“Located on Augusta St. just off James St. South is a row of great pubs! The Pheasant Plucker Pub serves wings, poutine & shepherd’s pie, plus drafts & drinks in storied digs with rustic decor.”
“Two locations in Hamilton: 258 Locke St. S. (just a 6min walk from our BnB) and 14 James St. N (beside Uncle Ray's Restaurant!). Earth to Table: Bread Bar is a living extension of the food philosophy that began when writing the Earth to Table cookbook. Earth to Table celebrates what is best about food and is trying to shorten the gap between producers and consumer. Bread Bar celebrates and cooks with the seasons. We offer handcrafted food, made with the finest ingredients for people who want a better quality meal. Good Ingredients Matter. Delicious Pizza's, soup's, sandwiches, salads, baked goods, coffee, etc! A must try! ”
“Nestled into the rolling parkland landscape of the stunning Niagara Escarpment Chedoke Civic GC is home to two wonderful 18-hole public golf courses. Amazingly golf has been played here since 1896, first as the Hamilton Golf Club and then later renamed Chedoke Civic Golf Club in 1924 when the City of Hamilton purchased the land from the Hamilton Golf and Country Club after it moved up the mountain to Ancaster.”