Praise from Fodor’s

Java Jack’s Restaurant & Gallery in Gros Morne honoured with a gold star

Fodor's Choice 2008 Travel Reviews

JAVA JACK’S EARNS FODOR’S CHOICE 2008 DISTINCTION
FROM FODOR’S TRAVEL

Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland – Fodor’s Travel, the foremost name in travel publishing, has named Java Jack’s a 2008 Fodor’s Choice selection. This distinction recognizes a remarkable achievement for the restaurant.

Since 1988, Fodor’s Travel has been awarding the Fodor’s Choice distinction to only the very best hotels, restaurants and attraction around the world. Fodor’s writers experience, examine and evaluate thousands of hotels, restaurants and attractions. While every hotel, restaurant or attraction included in a Fodor’s guide is deemed worth a traveler’s time, only fifteen percent of those selections receive the Fodor’s Choice designation.

“From hidden-away restaurants to can’t-miss museums, Fodor’s Choice selections recognize the top sights, properties, and experiences our editors and updaters have found in their travels,” says Fodor’s publisher Tim Jarrell. “These places are the best of the best, providing a remarkable experience in their price range or category.”

As a 2008 Fodor’s Choice recipient Java Jack’s receives special recognition in Fodor’s guidebooks as currently being among the best in it’s field .

About Fodor’s Travel:
Fodor’s Travel, a division of Random House, Inc., is one of the world’s leading providers of travel information. Covering over 300 destinations worldwide, Fodor’s guidebooks and Web site, Fodors.com, have provided the most up-to-date, accurate information for travelers for more than seventy years. Written by a team of over 700 writers located around the globe, Fodor’s provides travelers with engagingly written, intelligently and accurately reported, and absolutely indispensable travel guidance.

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  1. We spent many happy hours at Java Jack’s lovely restaurant. The food is absolutely wonderful,fresh, perfectly cooked and beautifully presented. Whether it is a local dish or international cuisine they seem to get it just right. You won’t get deep fried food here! There is also a great little coffee bar serving freshly brewed Fair Trade coffee and locally baked cookies and pastries. They also do great sandwiches and wraps and will happily pack a lunch for you. We took our lunch from there to go on the boat tour at Western Brook Pond. What a treat!

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