This Week at Norton’s Cove Café

We hosted a private supper this past weekend for a 40th birthday; and I want to let you know that we can make that happen for your extended bubble as well! 12-34 people with a set menu (that is, everyone eating the same thing!) can certainly be arranged! Get in touch with me if you’d like to organize a special meal for your group!

Because Valentine’s Day is on a weekend this year, we decided to stay open for two nights to offer more of you a special menu, which I’ll be able to share with you soon! If you’d like to go ahead and make a reservation, you can contact me any way you can: call me at the studio or on my mobile, send a text, send a message through what’s app, twitter, or Instagram, drop in at the studio in person, or drop me an email!


There is work ongoing at the Café this week, actually, on the Lower Deck. Last Friday, we removed a pick-up truck full of garbage, sorted through the tools and items that have been stored there for the past 4 years, found new hiding places for holiday decorations, and started sanding our beautiful old church pews and other bits of woodwork that we salvaged from the Pool’s Island Anglican church. This Friday, I’ll start painting the walls and ceiling- then things will look like they’re moving along quickly! I’m quite excited about this project!

This beautiful piece will form part of the Lower Deck’s coffee bar
Taylor is volunteering some of her time with the Lower Deck project. She is Chief Sander, and is prepping these old church pews for paint as we will change them to fit our own colour scheme.
Still lots to do, but I can see it complete in my imagination- can you?

Did you know that many of the Café Gift-shop’s products are available through our online shop? And the gift-shop, like the studio, is open by appointment too. Simply get in touch with me, and I can arrange a private shopping experience for you in the off-season.

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