Saskatchewan’s capital city can also be referred to as Queen City, since Regina comes from the Latin word for “Queen.” Located in the middle of the prairies, Regina can show you exactly why Saskatchewan is known as the “Land of the Living Skies” with it’s famous prairie sunsets.
Campgrounds • Places to Eat • Things to Do • Next Stop
- Full-service sites
- Complimentary showers and WiFi
- Playgrounds & fire pits
- Greenhouse and Homemade pies
- Full-service sites
- Coin-operated showers
- Sites up to 59 feet
- Playground & Dog walking
- Free WiFi
Food and Drink in Regina
Being the capital city of Saskatchewan, Regina hosts a wide variety of eateries and tasty stops. Choose carefully if you’re only staying for a day!
Bars, Pubs, and Distilleries
Roots has a long list of mouth-watering options, like the bacon-wrapped lobster. In a hurry? They offer take-out and senior meals to go. As a bonus, they use bread from a local bakery – talk about fresh!
This is a stop that may take you a while. POB offers a delicious range of brews that you won’t want to miss. Enjoy the pet-friendly patio (dogs not allowed indoors aside from service dogs) and a tidy menu of munchies to go with your drink.
This taproom and brewery focus on bringing fun to work. They have loud personalities that shine through in fun beers and creative tee-shirts to bring out your wild side. Whether you like classic ales or adventurous sours – they’ve got what you’re looking for.
Split between beer or cocktails? Go to Warehouse Brewing! Try a twist on a classic cocktail like the Not-quite-a-gherita, or delve into a Queen City Kolsch to cool off.
Need a pit stop with the kids? Malty National has non-alcoholic beverages, kids are welcome, and they have card, board, and video games! What more could you need?
Made from just four ingredients, district provides beers with no additives or sugars. Take a growler or a howler of your favourite brews with you for the next stop of your journey.
Baked Goods and Cafes
13th Avenue Food & Coffe House
Locally roasted coffee. Vegetarian food options. Beer and Wine. This is worth the stop to Regina all on its own! This is perfect for when half the group is starving and the other half just need a snack.
Take a mid-day break with high tea at Cafe Français. everything is served delicately and will make you feel like you’re at a true Parisian patisserie.
The charm of Magpie’s is they change up their menu every day or so to keep things fresh. Go for lunch or a quick sweet treat and get a craft coffee while you’re there.
You know when you want a quick bite to eat but McDonald’s sounds terrible and unhealthy? Go to DRIP. Not only do they have a house blend coffee, but they offer fresh baking, soup from scratch, salads, and sandwiches for “healthy fast food”. Perfect for when you’re in a hurry to hit the road.
This is the longest-standing, locally owned business in Regina. They’ve been open for over 50 years and bring the perfect blend of upscale feel and delicious food. Sample a bit of Italian, Greek, and Canadian cuisine while you’re here.
Just because you’re on the road, doesn’t mean you can’t have a nice date night out. Crave has been bringing dishes that highlight Canada since 2006. Enjoy an intimate setting with your wine and delicious meal.
Craving something decadent? Luna’s menu carries a menu of everything from duck to burrata and most things in between. This is definitely a guilty pleasure stop that you deserve.
Things To Do in Regina
Explore everything the capital city has to offer from floral conservatories to a scavenger hunt!
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