We may not have a full kitchen at Microbrasserie Hudson, but our customers can still eat well! We offer a small selection of simple snacks and tasty bites on our menu — including pizza delivered to your table by Pizzeria Hudson — and customers who want something heartier are welcome to bring take-out to eat in our taproom.
Here are just a few places where you can get great take-out within a short walk of the brewery:
If you’re craving casse-croûte, Sauvés Restaurant (399 Main Road) is a favourite local spot to visit for hot dogs, burgers, poutine, and smoked meat. Lines can be long in summer, but you can now order online to reduce wait times.
Just across the street from us, you’ll find Lebaron Bites (447 Main Road), a catering company that also offers take-out lunch service daily and a Sunday Night Dinner special weekly. The menu is always changing but usually features soups, hot and cold sandwiches, and tasty side dishes.
For English-style fish & chips, try Clarence & Cripps (400 Main Road) — also known as “The British Store.” This boutique specializes in imported goods from England. It’s always fun to poke around and explore all the candies, teas, and memorabilia. There’s also a small restaurant and tearoom where you can get British food (to eat in or take away). The fish & chips is their specialty!
For internationally inspired street food: The Main Alley (422 Main, access via a service window in the alley, of course!), a spinoff of The Main Kitchen (also at 422 Main), offers an exciting and eclectic selection of take-out treats. Think of it like a food truck without wheels! This little gem is open on summer weekends only. Note: The Main Kitchen also has a take-out menu on their website that is well worth a look!
Looking for a hearty and healthy lunch? Try Juniper Café (60 Rue Cameron). They close at 4pm, but if you want to pick up a generous and delicious salad, sandwich, or soup, this is a great place to go.
For sweet and savoury breads and baked treats, you have to stop by Furley (407 Main). The selection changes frequently, but you’re sure to find fresh-baked sourdough bread, doughnuts, cinnamon buns, focaccia and more.
We recommend Que de Bonnes Choses for our vegan and vegetarian friends (and anyone looking for something both healthy and delicious). They offer organic and local groceries and operate a bistro offering espresso, coffee, tea, soups, stews, breakfast, lunch, muffins, cookies, smoothies and snacks. You’ll find them just around the corner from the brewery, at 484-D Main Road.
Did we miss a spot? Let us know and we’ll update this post.