We've Got Good Times Cornered!

Historic setting, cool cuisine and beers brewed on-site

Sitting where George Street intercepts Water Street, YellowBelly is a testament in stone and masonry to a time long gone. Originally constructed in 1725 and one of the oldest structures in North America, it's the place where the 'Great Fire of 1892' was finally extinguished.

Here you'll find the magnificently crafted brews of our province's only gastropub. View our chefs at work in our "open concept" dining room. Browse our forward-thinking menu featuring fresh seafood creations and wood-fire oven specialties. And place yourself on the doorstep of legendary George Street nightlife.

Ask about group tours and see how this outstanding masonry facility has been meticulously refurbished.

We've Got Good Times Cornered...

Mayor Knows Best

St. John’s Mayor Dennis O’Keefe and YellowBelly’s Craig Flynn enjoy the St. John’s Stout.
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One Chef, One Critic

Brenda O’Reilly makes another appearance on the popular Rogers TV cooking show.
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Mmm… Mondays in the UnderBelly

“M” themed plates and drink specials all night, downstairs in the UnderBelly.
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Mick Davis Friday Nights

Friday nights at 10:30 upstairs in the Public House, Mick Davis (The Novaks) performs solo/acoustic. No cover!
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YellowBelly for Lunch or Dinner

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