The site of the Woodstock restaurant has history dating back to the 18th century. The topsail pond watershed was the place to water your horses on the long trip around Conception Bay. The riverbed was so lush and plentiful the Roman Catholic Topsail Parish chose the site for their clergy residence - a 3-story structure erected in the early 20th century. Years later, Mrs. Emile St. John opened the original Woodstock Tea Room and guest house. That was in 1927. Over the decades, the Woodstock has changed many hands yet has preserved a way of life. One that dedicates itself to the marriage of Newfoundland cuisine and artisanship.
In taking ownership of the property during Christmas of 2019, the O’Rourke family will present a revitalized Woodstock. One that supports the community. One that presents the community. One that represents the community. Working with local producers, we present dishes that flaunt our unique biomes. With a delicate approach, Nordic cuisine tops global food trends – the Woodstock will be no exception. Come visit today to make sure you’re on board with the revolution. Come receive the Woodstock experience today!
Contact: Woodstock Public House