24 Hours In Sudbury
From a broad and equally diverse trail network to a steady growth in the food scene, there’s no doubt that once you experience what Sudbury has to offer, you’ll be returning for more.
Start your morning in Sudbury with a cup of quality coffee along with some fresh homemade baked goods at Salute Coffee Shop.
Salute Coffee Shop
2195 Armstrong Street and Elm St., salutecoffee.com
Conveniently located in downtown Sudbury, Salute Coffee Shop offers a delicious selection of healthy eats. Choose from overnight oats, vegan protein balls, delicious smoothies and scrumptious scones. There’s enough variety of the menu to help kick start your day.
If brunch is what you are after, enjoy the delicious and interesting offerings at Motley Kitchen. Their mouthwatering version of the classic french toast is a must. Topped with bananas and Nutella or strawberries, and yoghurt stuffed, this option and many others on the menu are sweet-tooth approved.
The Motley Kitchen
70 Young St., themotleykitchen.com
After you’ve had your fill of breakfast, burn off all that energy at Lake Laurentian Conservation Area. Just a 10-minute drive from downtown Sudbury, you’ll enjoy spectacular views while covering the park’s various trails. From beginner to experienced, find the level of difficulty and length of each trail in the maps located at the foot of the trail network.
Before you return downtown, stop at Science North, a modern science centre with a variety of interactive displays, educational exhibits, and fun activities for kids and adults alike.
100 Ramsey Lake Rd., sciencenorth.ca
After a long day and a healthy dose of both physical and educational activities, there’s nothing like a substantial meal to complete the day. And if there’s a place that is exceptional at offering just that, while keeping it all vegan, then Tucos Taco Lounge is highly recommended. The menu selection offers a long list of hearty items including tacos and burritos made-in-house. End your meal on a sweet note with an order of decadent and crunchy churros or head to Beards, also managed by the owners of Tucos Taco, for a vegan cup of coffee.
Tucos Taco Lounge
582 Kathleen St., tucostacolounge.com
Beards Coffee Bar Bakery
587 Kathleen St., facebook.com/beardsbakery
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