About Belmont Village
Located west of King street in Kitchener, Belmont Village is ideally situated right in the middle of the two cities with the Waterloo border lying just a couple hundred meters away. Built in the 1930's during the depression as a city "relief" project to create local employment the area is no stranger to great food. The newly expanded Casa Rugantino has been serving up Italian food here for over 40 years and Vincenzos once occupied the space that The Culinary Studio now calls home.
A bakery, a Zehrs grocer and a Donut Queen have previously called Belmont Village their home.
Stores have come and gone over the 80 year history of the the village but the last 5 years have seen an interesting and diverse collection of restaurants settle into the area. Visitors love the quaint small neighbourhood feel of Belmont Village and the smells of dozens of chefs as they prepare culinary delights for breakfast, lunches and dinners. Take a stroll down Belmont Ave past patios and take in the sights and smells while you decide what type of cuisine to enjoy for your lunch or dinner.
With hundreds of free parking spots, enjoying an afternoon evening at one of our restaurants in a breeze. Belmont Village is also conveniently located off the Iron Horse trail. Just cut off Union or Glasgow and use one of our many bike stands. If you're looking to take the bus, the 8 runs regularly up and down Belmont Ave.
Whether you're looking for a rich Italian meal, seafood, Indian cuisine, bistro fare, sandwiches, vegan cuisine, early breakfast, cooking classes, groceries or a really nice cup of tea, Belmont Village has something for everybody. Where are you eating tonight?