Find businesses in Kitchener.

Business listings in Kitchener

Kitchener is a Canadian city situated south-west of Ontario. Formerly known as Berlin from 1914-1916, the name Kitchener was chosen as an homage to Herbert Kitchener, a Secretary of State during the First World War. The population of Kitchener is 204, 668 comprised of people of German, English, French, Polish, Dutch, Portuguese and Italian descent.
German culture is honoured during Kitchener-Waterloo’s Oktoberfest, one of the biggest festivals to take place in the city. This encompasses the city’s dynamic and lively community, economy and culture. It is the biggest Bavarian festival in the world apart from Germany. The Kitchener Blues Festival is equally renowned, bringing in over 65,000 visitors every year.
The New Kitchener Market is a must-see. Offering a wide range of fresh products (fruits, vegetables, cheese...) it is a multicultural center and a highly reputed destination for tourists. Downtown’s Victoria Park offers a relaxing break away from the bustle of the city. Kitchener celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2004.

Ready to shop? Click here for the most popular Kitchener flyers.

Farm-to-table, or Locavorism, is a sustainable way of eating, and lucky for us Toronto has many restaurants who are committed to buying fresh, local ingredients with minimal carbon footprint. Farm-to-table restaurants have  talented chefs at the helm of this food movement and who always come up with exciting and innovative menu items. Here are the best farm-to- table restaurants in Toronto.[Photo by Jennifer D'Agostino]
Your favourite breakfast foods are available all day long at these joints, so you can eat that eggs benny or pancake stack whenever you want! These restaurants serve breakfast every day, so there’s no more waiting for Sunday brunch to chow down. Get your breakfast on at these top picks for all-day breakfast in Toronto. [Photo credit: Hollandaise Diner by Jennifer D’Agostino]
These 24-hour diners and restaurants are here to satisfy any craving around the clock, whether it’s burgers, eggs benny or cocktails. Many of the restaurants play a pivotal role in Toronto’s food scene, and have become institutions where diners flock to eat again and again. Here are some of Toronto’s best restaurants that are always open. [Photo credit: Courtesy of the Thompson Diner]
Being a professional glutton is a tough job. Each year, I scarf my way through shameful amounts of food. By year's end my belts need extra holes and my cholesterol needs lowering. But it's not all bad news as I am privileged to have experienced some culinary inspiration not to mention tasted some mighty fine meals.Here are my picks for the best and most memorable dishes of 2015 (in no particular order):

Do your search near most popular landmarks of the city:

Business & Professional Services

Close menu
Subscribe to YP Newsletter