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reLiSH St. John's

reLiSH St. John's11 Waldegrave Street, St. John's, Newfoundland

Relish Gourmet Burgers has won "The BEST BURGER in ST. JOHNS and SURROUNDING AREAS" in the 2013 Best of Food survey by The Scope. Thanks to all who took part in the survey!

Situated in the heart of the downtown district in St. John's, Newfoundland, on the corner of George Street West and Waldegrave Street, sits reLiSH Gourmet Burgers, the pride of local owners Roger Andrews, Brad English-Barbour and Bruce Andrews. Locally known for their participation in fundraising for school sports and being very active in their community, they brought their "A" game to town! Bringing reLiSH to St. John's was a necessity, with Roger being a huge influence in the culinary scene, he knew it was what St. John's needed--a place to eat a fantastic burger! Our store provides a haven for those looking to find great food and a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Close by you will see ships tied up to the harbour side, coffee shops, tourists sightseeing and locals all flocking Water Street and the downtown area or atop Signal Hill enjoying a warm summer sunset while looking out over our beautiful city.

Colloquially referred to as The Newfie Bullet, the Caribou was a passenger train operated by Canadian National Railways (CNR) on the island of Newfoundland. The old train station is right around the corner from our location. The St. John’s Signature Burger is a reflection of a popular use of bologna (or Newfie Steak) in the area. Typically pan fried and served with fried onions, potato, beets and mustard pickles. All of those ingredients are reflected in the Newfie Bullet signature burger.

Come on in and make yourself at home! Visit reLiSH Gourmet Burgers in St. John's, Newfoundland!