So many people there no place to sit and eat so we left and wentto another place 2 minute's away it was very nice
We stayed in a nearby B&B and walked down to Main Street to find a restaurant. We were given a few dining suggestions, but first and foremost, the plan was to have a couple drinks at the first place we could find. We stumbled upon St. James Gate and thought it looked like the perfect place for a cocktail. The... More
On the last day in the Maritimes of a three week road trip, we were in Moncton and couldn't readily identify where to eat dinner. None of the top TA listings resonated with us. So, before going out just to eat, we asked a stranger at the hotel breakfast for suggestions. It turns out he travels a lot throughout the... More
Enjoyed a good meal at the St James Gate. The appetizers and main courses were great and there was a wide variety of choice on the menu. I found the prices to be a little high, but not outlandish. The layout and ambiance was great, probably better for a night out of drinking that a fine meal, but it serves... More
When I started to write this review, I was unsure whether to give it 4 or 5 stars. When I ruminated about the dining experience, there was nothing wrong with it, so I chose 5 stars. Then the TripAdvisor form asked me if it was one of the best meals that I have ever had in a restaurant, I had... More
Not often but whenever I am on Moncton I visit this (to me) landmark. Nice music (live some evenings), all my favourite brew and lovely people; whether working at the place or the clientele.
I enjoyed our girls night out at St. James Gate. The management however needs to realize that one waiter for fifteen people is inadequate. Though he continually tried his best to meet our various needs, it took hours to get everyone fed which seems highly unnecessary. Maybe more help is needed in the kitchen in order to prepare the meals... More
Went for an early dinner, service was great. There was plenty of seating areas. The food was delicious, a little higher price than average but that was because almost everything was house made (no bottled dips). Overall had a great time and the Big Daddy Classy was a great drink!
The food was good but service was painfully slow and it was quite pricey for average fare. We were a good sized group but things got mixed up a bit. Might be worth a second try.
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