Caraquet is a good place for seafood, naturally. The Hôtel Paulin's restaurant is best in town for its charm, but there are several inexpensive-to-moderate spots along the main drag that also serve fresh seafood as well.
For a delicious and sophisticated picnic snack, head to Les Blancs d'Arcadie, 488 Blvd. St-Pierre Est (tel. 506/727-5952) just east of town. The specialties here are artisanals cheeses made from the milk of local cows; they include variations made with smoke, salt, pesto, French herbs, sun-dried tomato, and barbecue flavoring.
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