Sudbury -

Dining

Downtown
 •  Alexandria's - 211 Shaughnessy Street
 •  Boomer's - 420 Elgin Street
 •  Cactus Pete's - 187 Shaughnessy Street
 •  Café Matou Noir - 86 Durham Street
 •  Dionysos - 183 Cedar Street
 •  The Doghouse - 212 Romanet Lane
 •  Gonga's Grill - 233 Brady Street
 •  Gus's - 336 Elm Street
 •  Harmony Café - 140 Durham Street
 •  Jadz Café - Rainbow Value Centre
 •  Monte Carlo - 11 Elgin Street
 •  Nibblers - 70 Young Street
 •  Pasta e Vino - 118 Paris Street
 •  Peddlers Pub - 63 Cedar Street
 •  Pestos - Ramada Inn, Rainbow Value Centre
 •  The Pita Pit - 127 Cedar Street
 •  Respect is Burning - 82 Durham Street
 •  Spencer's Bistro - 117 Elm Street
 •  Stella's - 11 Cedar Street
 •  Sapporo Ichibang - 79 Cedar Street
 •  Tower Café - 30 Cedar Street
 •  Williams Coffee Pub - 43 Elm Street
 •  Zio's Café - 9 Elm Street

New Sudbury/The Kingsway
 •  Café Korea - 798 Lasalle Boulevard
 •  Casey's - 1070 The Kingsway
 •  Don Cherry's - Falconbridge Road
 •  East Side Mario's - 900 Lasalle Boulevard
 •  Gonga's Grill - 467 Falconbridge Road
 •  Herc's - 875 Notre Dame Avenue
 •  Joey's Only Seafood - 1899 Lasalle Boulevard
 •  Kelsey's Roadhouse - 1425 The Kingsway
 •  Kings Buffet - 1051 The Kingsway
 •  Laura Fratelli's - Ambassador Hotel (Kingsway/Barrydowne)
 •  Little India - 893 Notre Dame Avenue
 •  Mr. Prime Rib - 777 Barrydowne Road
 •  Orient - 480 Barrydowne Road
 •  Pat & Mario's - 1463 Lasalle Boulevard
 •  Sun Wah - 1540 Lasalle Boulevard
 •  Teklenburg's - 1893 Lasalle Boulevard

Sudbury (official name Greater Sudbury) is a city of approximately 160,000 people, located in Northern Ontario, Canada. It is Northern Ontario's largest city in both area and population, and a major retail and service centre for the region.

Sudbury is one of the coldest urban cities in Canada and in the World. However, summers can be rather warm with many days above 20 degrees. Spring and fall can be both warm and cold, and it is not uncommon to see significant accumulation of snow during these seasons. Winter is not the time to visit, with temperatures reaching -40ºC or below at times, and -20º to -39º quite often. However, if you do choose to come to Sudbury in the winter, dress extremely warm and avoid being outside for a long period of time.

Get in

By car
Sudbury is served by three major provincial highways.
 •  Highway 17 leads west to Sault Ste. Marie, Thunder Bay and western Canada, and east to North Bay, Ottawa and the province of Quebec. A 20 km stretch of Highway 17 within the city boundaries is freeway, but Sudbury currently has no freeway connections to other communities.
 •  Highway 69 leads south to Parry Sound, where it becomes the Highway 400 freeway to Toronto. (Highway 400 will eventually extend all the way to Sudbury; however, this construction is not currently expected to be completed until 2017.)
 •  Highway 144 leads north to Timmins.

By train
Sudbury is served by VIA Rail service, through the Sudbury Junction rail station.

By bus
Sudbury is served by Greyhound connections to Ottawa, Sault Ste. Marie and Toronto, each of which connects to other communities, and by Ontario Northland buses to Timmins and other Northern Ontario communities and south through Central Ontario to Toronto.

By plane
The Sudbury Airport (YSB) is served by Air Canada Jazz, which provides six daily flights in and out of Toronto's Pearson International Airport (YYZ), and Bearskin Airlines, which provides flights to and from Sault Ste. Marie, Ottawa, Kapuskasing, Thunder Bay, North Bay and Timmins. Connecting flights to other communities can be made at any of these other airports.

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