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Copperhouse Eatery & Lounge

At Copperhouse Eatery & Lounge, we take your favourite comfort foods and give them a twist. Our goal is to create new flavours from traditional menu items, while keeping each offering approachable and using fresh, and where possible, local ingredients. Whether it’s a nice meal out in the eatery with family and friends, drinks in the lounge with that special someone, or a business event or celebration in the private dining room, Copperhouse makes it tasty!

Come for a casual dinner or book  the private dining room, lounge, restaurant side, or the whole space. Contact us to make arrangements for larger bookings. We’re even set up to bring Copperhouse to you with offsite catering!

  • Private dining room seats a maximum of 24ppl
  • Lounge is a max of 50
  • Restaurant is a max of 70
  • Full book out is 135

Take-out, delivery, patio (seasonal) and catering are available.

Wheelchair accessible

MONDAY – A Day of Rest


LUNCH – 11:30PM to 2:00PM

DINNER – 4:30PM to 10:00PM

FRIDAY LUNCH – 11:30 to 2PM


SUNDAY: 4:30PM to 10:00PM



The Keys Dining Room

The Keys Restaurant

Join our great team for a meal in the Keys Dining, Hay Rivers #1 Dining experience. The Keys have great new daily deals for our loyal guests, come try our new Peel and eat Shrimp Thursdays or our amazing Sushi Night Saturdays! Or one of our mouth-watering Pastas made just for you.

NWT Brewing Company

Brew Pub Woodyard NWT Brewing Company Old Town Yellowknife

Nestled between the wonder of the aurora borealis and the rugged nature of the Northern Frontier, our little brewing outpost is one of a kind. Located in the spirited town of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories we are the northernmost brewpub in Canada.

Our brews combine Canadian-grown grains with the purest water in the world to create our unique beers—infused with the can-do, make-do, spirit of the North. While brewing off-grid may have its challenges, our brews will not disappoint.

Join us at our brewpub, The Woodyard Brewhouse & Eatery adjacent to our brewery in the historic Old Town neighbourhood. Our 112 seat brewpub serves up locally crafted brews and quality fresh food in a friendly atmosphere—so bring your friends and bring an appetite and be sure to follow us on social media for all our latest offerings. Cheers!

Wildcat Café

Wild Cat Cafe in Yellowknife, NWT.

The North’s iconic eatery, the log-cabin Wildcat is where the world comes to dine. You’ll find that the ambience is rustic, the food is divine, the deck is bathed in sunshine, the beer is crisp and your fellow patrons are a wild array: Northerners and visitors both, gathered around communal tables, sharing tales about the North and raising a mug to the floatplanes buzzing overhead.




Doghouse Pub

Located in the Ptarmigan Inn, the Doghouse Sports Pub is where the real winners gather!

Whether you’re a hall of fame sports fan or a rookie, you’ll feel like a part of the home crowd. Root for your team in front of the big screen televisions while you enjoy your favorite food and beverages. The Doghouse is casual so you don’t have to “dress up” to “dress out”. It’s good to be in the dog house.


Bullock’s Bistro

The main entrance of Bullock's Bistro in a building from 1936 in the heart of Yellowknife's old town Northwest Territories.

Bullock’s Bistro is Yellowknife’s most famous restaurant, situated in a historical landmark building FROM 1936 in the heart of Yellowknife’s scenic Old Town, serving up delicious fresh fish directly from the Great Slave Lake, which is only a matter of feet away. Voted the best fish and chips in Canada by Reader’s Digest magazine, Bullock’s is beloved by locals and visitors alike, and its walls are decorated with the glowing testimonials of thousands of people from diverse locations all around the world. All sauces, breads, dressings and breading are made in-house with secret recipes, earning Bullock’s a reputation for culinary excellence over two decades. All-in-all, Bullock’s is a can’t-miss destination for any visitor to Yellowknife. Go find out for yourself!

Sundog Trading Post Café

The capital city’s most interesting neighborhood has no shortage of stellar spots to stop and savour a cup of coffee. Here, you quickly realize you’re situated near a central subarctic thoroughfare, as floatplanes, sailboats and watercraft zip by in all directions, and houseboaters zig-zag in between, on their daily paddle commute to the mainland. 

The Sundog Trading post is one place that has a seriously great spot on the water looking out to Back Bay.

“Enjoy the log built feel and mix with the locals while you have a enjoy a menu of paninis, soup, salads, homemade ice cream with fresh waffle cones (all made on-site),” says owner Richard McIntosh, who along with his family offer one of the best spots to enjoy ice cream, local tea and espresso coffee.

Yellowknife Elks Lodge #314

Yellowknife Elks Lodge #314, a fraternal and charitable organization that promotes and supports community needs through volunteer efforts. Open to the public for great meals on a seasonal basis. Please see Facebook page for more information.