boomtown café

2610 Lorne Avenue South

The Boomtown Café is a fantastic place to meet up with a group of parents and kids for a yummy breakfast, lunch or snack before during a visit to the Western Development Museum.

The 1910 era decor and freshly made specials give it a homey feel. There are high chairs and boosters available in the restaurant and a change table and toddler-accessible sinks in the WDM washrooms across the hall.

Meals are ordered cafeteria-style, and there are plenty of foods to make the kids happy. Hot dishes will be brought to you in a fairly quick turn-around.

And when I say hot, I mean hot! Most of the time we are forewarned, but just in case you're not, please know the chicken fingers and fries are always super-duper hot! This is Little J's favourite meal there, and I try to be mindful to order something cool like cut veggies that he can eat while he's waiting for his meal to cool.

We also love the 10 percent discount that accompanies a family membership to the museum! If you'd like to visit the restaurant without paying admission to the museum, that is also an option. (Although it isn't an option my son would be too happy about!)




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