Updated: Mar 23
Handcrafted Food & Drinks
The White Rabbit is named after the first spirit house opened by Mr. Jack Daniels of Tennessee in 1892. The saloon was a favorite Lynchburg gathering place where his friends and family could spend time together and enjoy a glass of the finest Tennessee sipping whiskey. We felt the name fitting. We Love Spirits, Our Friends & Good Times!
Their vision is simple... to provide Great Food, Create Exciting Hand Crafted Cocktails, as well as offer an Amazing Selection of Spirits, Beer & Wine. They offer a comfortable environment that creates a fun atmosphere where you'll quickly make this your "go to" spot.
Offering both eat in and take out, White Rabbit offers daily specials seven days a week with a “Daily Hoppy Hour” Monday through Friday from 4pm to 6pm. Check their Event List on line as well. Go to Whiterabbitwaterloo.com
Who’s ready for Happy Hour?
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Port Credit - A Community Rich in History A community rich in history, Port Credit consists of three main areas: Cranberry Cove, Old Port Credit Village and Port Credit Village. As of 2005 Old Port Credit Village was assigned as a Heritage Conservation District. The Old Port Credit Village, which is on the East side of Port Credit, maintains the historical architecture as well as the original street names.
Port Credit is truly a beautiful community to live in. There are waterfront properties for homebuyers seeking the beautiful and peaceful views giving you the feeling of being away at a cottage. The community offers numerous restaurants and bars, such as Shore Grill and Grotto and the Break Water Restaurant, to enjoy with friends and family, some of which are located along the waterfront. Public transportation consists of MiWay and GoTrain & Bus Station. Port Credit is a lively area, with events consistently being held in the summer months especially. For more information on this beautiful community, go to http://www.ssbhg.ca/mississauga/port-credit/