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Where to find a fine cup of coffee in Downtown Sudbury!

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There are delicious eats around every street in Sudbury. From Mediterranean-inspired dishes to vegan menus, to unique culinary events and exceptional local craft brews and cocktails. Sudbury boasts some incredible and diverse restaurants to satisfy anyone’s appetite.

For your Coffee cravings, here are a few places that stand out, and what they have to say:

Kuppajo Espresso Bar – 109 Larch St.

Kuppajo espresso bar feels like home. We understand the important and unique role each individual plays within our community. We welcome individuals from all networks and we embrace their individuality by bringing everyone together in our cozy space. With our rustic, modern and comfortable feel, to our relaxed, home-y atmosphere, we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

Salute Coffee Company – 2195 Armstrong Street

Our food is made from scratch daily. Our eggs are FREE RANGE and from a local farm. Our maple syrup is from a local sugar bush. We offer local, organic produce in our Salute Snack Packs.

Tea & Bloom – 39 Durham St.

Whether you are stopping in for your morning tea, enjoying a savoury lunch, or catching up with a friend over some high tea, we are proud to serve you high quality, fresh, and delicious menu items. We offer an extensive variety of premium loose leaf teas, fresh treats for your sweet tooth, delicious hot food, and much more.

Old Rock Coffee – 212 Minto St.

Old Rock is your sommelier de café. Our master roaster carefully roasts our coffee to meet the high expectations of our customers.

Enjoy your coffee next time you are in Sudbury!


If you moved in to the city recently or you’re on a visit here, and you need some guidance, call us at (705) 675-1273.

It can be fun travelling with a group – here’s how!

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It cannot be denied that traveling solo is fulfilling. But it is fun if you go out on a group trip too. A whole lot of excitement, bonding and adventure awaits you. A group may mean your family, circle of friends, old-high school classmates, co-workers or relatives. Whatever it is, no matter what size – it is sure to be a memorable experience to spend time somewhere new with these people.

1. Don’t want to get into hassles? Let a travel agent take care of it. Choosing and seeking the help of a reliable travel agent would make the whole process hassle free! Make sure to assess credibility of the agency and experience in handling group trips or travel.

2. Work as a team. A good research, with every member participating, on the possible destinations, forms of transportation, amenities and accommodation should help you meet majority of the needs of your group. Also, you must have enough time comparing the prices.

3. Be sure to seek a copy of the contract you have with the agent you have chosen. Have everything in paper, like the summary of your itinerary and reservations as well as all the necessary information. Share it among the group members.

4. When there are destination tours always have a copy of the list of buses, timetable of the tour and assign somebody to be responsible for the seating arrangements and if ever the honorarium for the drivers are included in the fee.

5. Assure that the trip activities are exclusively for the members only. Outsiders must not be allowed to join or meddle on the affairs of the group.

6. For meals, the group can be in contact with restaurant managers for deals or offers. You may want to assign group leaders for larger groups to make sure everything is taken care of.

With all these points to ponder – you are sure to make the best out of your group trip!

Greater Sudbury has a lot of fun events and activities for small to bigger groups. On top of all that, Quality Inn Sudbury offers group booking and exclusive access to some of our facilities. So, the next time you’re travelling in a group – we would love to make your trip fun & memorable!

What to do on St. Patrick’s Day in Sudbury

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There’s a lot happening on St. Patrick’s Day in Downtown Sudbury. It’s better this time due to the day falling on a Sunday.

We’ve outlined a quick guide with some of the activities happening on Sunday, March 17th.

Peddlers Pub – Cedar
Live music throughout the day at downtown’s classic Irish Pub, featuring Thea May & Almost Irish and Billy John and the Irish Wake. Lunch service begins at 11am, music is to begin at 2pm.

St Andrew’s Place – Larch
12pm in the 2nd floor gym, St. Andrew’s Place is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon featuring music by The No Name Band. Entrance fee is only $8

The Townehouse Tavern – Elgin
Starting at 5:30pm the Townehouse Tavern will have Billy John and the Irish Wake performing their annual St. Patrick’s Day show.

Little Montreal – Elgin
Doors open at 5pm for St. Patrick’s day celebration featuring:
Rodney Meilleur – 5pm to 7:30pm
Irish Heritage Club of Sudbury Youth Dancers – 8pm to 8:30pm
Rodney Meilleur & Jason Meilleur – 9pm to 12am

Zigs Bar – Elgin
Sudbury’s most inclusive bar is hosting a St. Patrick’s day party starting at 9pm, featuring DJ Booma. Cash prizes available to be won in a ‘jig off’.

The Grand – Elgin
Doors open at 10pm– St Patrick’s day party with a $500 cash prize, free coat check and no cover. 19+
Join The Grand for Round 2 on Saturday, with hourly drink specials.

The Coulson Nightclub – Larch
Boasting ‘Sudbury’s Biggest St.Paddy’s BASH’ featuring Live Band “Riff Raff” starting at 10pm. No Cover and Party favors.

Restaurants:
Wacky Wings: Green Beer, Green Wings & Celtic Music
La Casa Mexicana: Green Enchiladas

[Source: www.downtownsudbury.com]

If you are in Sudbury from away, enjoying St. Patrick’s Day, choose to stay in Quality Inn Sudbury and experience more than just a room! Enjoy the new activities and experiences that Sudbury has to offer. Our warm and friendly staff is looking forward to meeting you.

Events in Sudbury Arena – For an Exciting March Break!

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There’s always something fun and exciting happening in Sudbury. Here are a few events that will make for a perfect March Break with family.

Concerts & Specials

Blue Man Group | March 09 – 8 p.m. & March 10 – 10 p.m.
At Blue Man Group, you’ll rock, laugh, and party. As three bald and blue men explore our world, together we’ll discover music, comedy, and surprises at every turn. By the end of this spectacular journey, you’ll be saying, “I don’t even know what just happened but I loved it!” 35 million people of all ages and cultures know what Blue Man Group is really about and now it’s your turn!

Marianas Trench – Suspending Gravity Tour | Tuesday, March 19, 7 p.m.
Get ready for one of Canada’s astonishing pop-rock bands, Marianas Trench. Joining them on this anticipating tour is platinum-certified; break out Canadian duo Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine. Get your tickets as fast as possible to be part of this exhilarating event.

Sudbury Five Games

Come and join us in cheering on our amazing Sudbury Five Basketball Team who will play against various teams from other cities. Enjoy this exciting event full of fun and anticipation.

Here are the game dates:
Sudbury Five vs. Moncton Magic | Thursday, March 21 – 7:05 pm
Sudbury Five vs. London Lightning | Sunday, March 24 – 2:05 pm
Sudbury Five vs. KW Titans | Wednesday, March 27 – 7:05 pm

Sudbury Wolves Games

Look out! The Sudbury Wolves are playing here during March Break. Don’t miss out on watching them play a thrilling hockey game against other teams from different cities. Mark these dates on your calendar!

Wolves vs. Soo Greyhounds | Wednesday, March 6 – 7:05 p.m.
Wolves vs. Hamilton Bulldogs | Friday, March 15 – 7:05 p.m.

While you are in Sudbury, stay in Quality Inn Sudbury and experience more than just a room! Enjoy the new activities and experiences that Sudbury has to offer. Our warm and friendly staff is looking forward to meeting you. Happy March Break!