Fabulous menus, friendly family run inn, good location easy walking to town, theatre etc. Menu changes with the seasons using local produce where possible.
This Inn has all that a person needs fora short stay or one where you are exploring the area. Food is well prepared, and there is a good range of selection. Right in the centre of the active area for summer events or sports competitions.
Great food and very friendly staff! A very exciting make over is underway to take advantage of the beautiful setting on the Mersey River.
It was getting late in the evening when we started looking for a place to have supper near Liverpool. There was a festival going on at the same time and everything was booked solid and crowded. Someone recommended I try Lane's so I did and although it was a little busy, there was a table located in a back corner... More
We went here for dinner before a show at the Astor Theatre. (it's within walking distance.) We were a bit early, so our very helpful waiter (in the pub area) recommended that we order before the crowd arrived, which we did. We enjoyed the poutine as our appetizer. (What's a visit to the Maritimes without some poutine?) It was very... More
I have been going to Lane's for years and I love their fish cakes and baked beans with chow or their ribs. It is nice to sit on the patio in warmer weather or in the pub on a cold night.
Slow service expecially since we were one of two tables. Food was good. A nice location with the harbor right next door
We recently stopped at Lane's for an early supper while visiting the area. We'd had a great time staying there a year before and had had a very tasty supper. It was a beautiful summer's evening, so we elected to sit outside on their upper patio, which was very attractive. My husband had the daily special, an oven-baked halibut with... More
Friends and I stopped in for lunch on our way to Rissers beach. I was very pleased that the poutine was made with cheese curds! The gravy was a bit excessive but overall, I enjoyed my lunch.
Friends visiting Port Joli from Toronto joined me for a morning spent exploring beaches in Port Joli and Port Mouton. Despite arriving at Lanes soaking wet and covered in sand, we received a warm welcome and were given a choice of where to sit. The pub section looked warmer so we were seated at a table next to window overlooking... More
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