About MacBouch

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We are located at 9975 Grenville Street in St. Peter’s, Nova Scotia


Hours of Operation:

Kitchen: Winter Hours

Sunday – Thursday 11 am – 7 pm
Friday & Saturday 11 am – 8 pm

Friday Night Wings: 9pm – midnight

Pizza: Sat – Thurs 12 noon – 9pm
Friday 12 noon – 11pm

MacBouch Merchandise

We have merchandise for sale. Come check out our selection
of t-shirts and hats.

Ladies and men’s shirts are $20, hats
are $15

t-shirts and hats for sale


Our History

Old black and white photo.The original building is just a ghost within but still tells it’s story. What was once a local post stop in the 1920’s, then a watering hole for men only, has now turned into one of the most popular pit stops for everyone with great tasting food that won’t break your budget.

The MacBouch building has a long history in St. Peter’s. First as a drug store around the 1920’s, then the Clarrage Restaurant and later, The Cast and Anchor around the 60’s. In the late 1960’s George Robertson and Kenneth Boucher purchased the building and started the MacBouch Tavern. The name MacBouch came from Kenneth and was a combination of the two surnames, MacTavish and Boucher. A few years later, Georgie purchased Kenneth’s share and kept it as MacBouch, now named MacBouch Restaurant and Lounge and affectionately called ‘The Tavern’.


In 2000 we underwent some major renovations. We continue to grow more popular with many repeat customers! We would love for you to become one of those repeat customers!
We have come a long way and are always open to suggestions.



In Memory of George Robertson

George, better known as Georgie, was born in the area and spent his life here. He was a very generous, loving, and well-respected member in the community. George received a business degree from St. FX University and was the owner/operator of MacBouch Restaurant & Lounge for over forty years. George had a great deal of pride in his business and walked through the door every day with a smile.

George Robertson
George Robertson