Neighbourhood

Businesses

Here is a list of some of the businesses and organizations found in Georgestown. If you see a business missing from this list, please contact us. If you are a business/organization and would like to advertise with us, please contact us.

The Basilica-Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador is the metropolitan cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. John's, Newfoundland and the mother church and symbol of Roman Catholicism in Newfoundland.

In 1982, Beresford Sports started out by supplying the sporting community with team uniforms, jackets & suits. While team sales are still an important part of our business, the past 38 years have seen us grow significantly in the corporate market; supplying companies with custom-branded apparel & promotional products.

Copy Canada

At Copy Canada we strive to deliver quality prints, designs & service that you as the customer deserve. Locally owned and operated Copy Canada is your one stop shop for everything design, copy & print related!

The Gathering Place is a Community Health Centre committed to building community, promoting equality and providing food, clothing, medical and dental help, and counselling services to vulnerable individuals in our community.

Georgestown Bakery

A St. John’s staple, and a straight-up French style bakery, with no seating: Get yer goods and go.

Neighbourhood spaces, Georgestown Cafe & Bookshelf is a locally owned and operated coffee shop in the heart of St. John’s. We sell fresh roasted JustUS! coffee and teas, all fair trade and organic, with our own Georgestown Blend, only available at our space.

The burgundy wooden structure sits on Hayward Avenue and Fleming Street, not far from downtown. It opened in 1949 as a watering hole for men who drove the city’s horse-drawn garbage wagons. The Georgetown has proven its name as the your friendly neighbourhood pub as it's won awards in 2009 and 2010 in The Scope’s Best of St. John’s , and we were also runner up for best Karaoke bar.

The Holy Heart Theatre is an impressive structure with a proud history. Continued support will allow it to take its place in the cultural community of St. John’s in the 21st century.

The Hungry Heart Cafe is a socially responsible neighbourhood cafe and catering company featuring the freshest local products and many homemade specialties. As a social enterprise initiative of Stella’s Circle, the Hungry Heart Cafe provides training opportunities to support those who have faced barriers to successful inclusion in the community.

Kenmount Auto Body

Over 40 years in business. Trust the experts at Kenmount Auto Body!

In the mid 18th century a young Irish woman named Nano Nagle dedicated her life to serving the poor. She went on to become the foundress of the Presentation Sisters in Ireland in 1776. Many were moved by Nano’s work and joined in her mission, extending her legacy beyond the Irish shores.

Living Planet Studio specializes in the production of silkscreening t-shirts and other casual apparel. It is located on 20 Barnes Road in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. We print local artist's designs onto t-shirts and also custom printed t-shirts works for groups, events and functions. We retail our legacy designs inside the beautiful Johnny Ruth, Located on 181 Water Street.

The Presentation Sisters, officially the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, are a religious institute of Roman Catholic women founded in Cork, Ireland, by Venerable Nano Nagle in 1775. The Sisters of the congregation use the postnominal initials P.B.V.M.

Newfoundland and Labrador. These two words mean many things to many people.

  • For tourists it is becoming a bucket list destination - an 'off the beaten path from everywhere’ place that promises original and authentic experiences.

  • For residents it is home. And there is nowhere else they would rather be.

  • For people who have moved away it is where their hearts still belong and many still call home.

In this place where majestic cliffs plunge straight into the frigid and abundant North Atlantic ocean, many different peoples, over thousands of years, have forged a rich and diverse culture.

Bob Arniel has lived and worked in St. John’s for the past 30 years. From 1985-1995 he worked as Sous Chef at the Hotel Newfoundland, Executive Chef at the Stel Battery, Chef Instructor at the Marine Institute and Food Production Manager at the Health Care Corporation.