Sunday, August 2, 2020

A Taste of the Middle East at Peace Cove Inn

Thursday, July 23, 2020

Rising Tide Theatre Line Up

July 21st, 8:00 pm  — A Tidy Package
July 22nd, 8:00 pm — A Tidy Package
July 23rd, 8:00 pm — A Tidy Package
July 24th, 8:00 pm — Shenanigans:
NL music, recitations, comedy
July 25th, 2:00 pm — The Trinity Pageant
July 25th, 8:00 pm— A Tidy Package

We hope to see you in Trinity!
Advanced booking is strongly recommended.
For more information please contact our box office
1-709-464-3232 or 1-888-464-3377                     

Sunday, July 19, 2020

Experience a Taste of Italy from Peace Cove Inn Kitchen

Grazie to everyone who made yesterday another successful take out event, we’re so grateful
 that you continue to join us in our travels! 

We’re heading a little south and a little east from our last location and 
drawing inspiration from Italy this Saturday! 
JULY 25, 2020

The menu will once again will feature some things you can bring home and 
finish right away or keep for a day or two !

Peace Cove Caesar salad: 
a popular item in the restaurant last season- local kale, housemade bacon, house made croutons, our own creamy garlic and parmesan dressing.$12.00/each

House made focaccia bread:
sundried tomatoes garlic and basil baked right in to the bread: $8.00.

Lasagna Bolognese: 
authentic slow braised  bolognese sauce, layers of thin house made pasta sheets, creamy bechamel sauce $16.00/portion

Pasta bar (portions of fresh pasta, containers of sauce to take home and finish):

handmade fettuccine $5.00/portion

Snow Crab and Snow Peas in lemon cream sauce: 250 ml: $15, 500ml: $25.
Classic Marinara (tomato, basil, onion): 250ml $12, 500ml: $20

a classic italian dessert layers of cake and mascarpone cream flavours of coffee and chocolate $8.00/ serving

We will take orders between 10am and 6pm starting on Monday and we’ll stop on Thursday (or when we run out!) call: 709-436-2069, or email:  

Pre orders only. Payment by etransfer please. Pick up is curbside between 4pm and 6pm on the 25th- we’ll arrange your time when you order:)

Sunday, July 12, 2020

Trinity Playground Appeal

Enjoy the Delights of France at Peace Cove Inn

Bon Appetit! 
We’re inviting you to dinner in the French countryside this weekend!! 
(We’ll take care of the food - you bring the wine!!)

We have some rustic French fare on the menu... perfect for a picnic supper! 

Chicken Cordon Bleu 
(lightly breaded chicken breast stuffed with Smoked ham, swiss cheese and served with a side of garlic dijon aioli) $15.00  each 

Soupe Cassoulet
All the flavours of a classic cassoulet, but a little lighter! White beans, Duck confit and Toulouse sausage and fresh herbs in a duck and tomato broth $12.00 each

Alsatian Onion Tarte
Bacon, Onion and Gruyere nestled in a buttery pastry $15.00 (serves 2)

Parisian Potato Salad
inspired by the classic Nicoise:  baby potatoes,  hard boiled egg, haricots vert, olives, red onion  and capers in a grainy dijon vinaigrette $9.00 (500ml)

Green salad
fresh local greens, raspberry vinaigrette $6.00House-made Baguette side of  whipped herb butter $7.00

Vanilla Creme brûlée $7.00

The best thing about this  menu is that it can be served at room temperature or refrigerated and warmed up later!

We’re doing things a little earlier this weekend, get ready to spread out that picnic blanket and enjoy the whole evening! 
Curbside  pick up will be between 4-6 pm this Saturday (July 18th)

We will begin taking orders on Monday and will stop on Thursday
 (or earlier if we sell out!)

To order Please email us at : or call us at 709-436-2069 between 10am and 6 pm.
Payments by etransfer please. Pre order only.   @ Trinity East, Newfoundland

Saturday, July 4, 2020

Rising Tide Theatre Opens for the 2020 Season

Rising Tide Theatre
 is happy to announce that we are opening with a small, 
but exciting, season 
Wednesday July 8th, 2020.

Advanced booking is recommended. 
More information can be found on the website
 or by calling the box office 
at 1-709-464-3232 or 1-888-464-3377

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Peace Cove Inn " An Evening in India"

We’re taking off for India on the 4th of July 
 we’re really hoping you’ll join us!!

A sampling of a few of our favourite Indian dishes are on the menu:

Main :
1-Classic Butter Chicken (mild)
2-Goan Pork and potato Vindaloo (Spicy)
3-Vegetable curry (mild yellow curry featuring cauliflower, carrot and parsnip)

You get to pile your plate with 1, 2 or all 3 for $22.00
(served on a bed of Basmati rice with house made condiments: cucumber raita and mango chutney and a crispy pappadam)

Onion Bhaji ( delicately spiced onion fritters..think onion rings..but better!) served with mango chutney $8.00 per order

Little apple/rhubarb cardamom crumble pies $8 each
Slice of our famous Coconut layer cake (rich coconut cake filled with Italian buttercream and toasted coconut)$6 each

We’ll start taking orders on Monday and we’ll stop on Thursday (or when we sell out) 
please email us at:
OR give us a call between 10 and 6 pm to place your order 709-436-2069

Pre-order only. Payments to be made via etransfer please.
For everyone’s safety’s we will once again be be offering curbside pick up...
we bring it right to your car!
Pick up times will be staggered and arranged when ordering. @ Trinity East, Newfoundland

Monday, June 15, 2020

TASTE-CATION at Peace Cove Inn


Savoury Selections

Souvlaki Platter: 
pork souvlaki skewers, rice pilaf, Greek salad,
 homemade Greek pita bread, tzatziki sauce

Slow Roasted Lamb platter: 
garlicky leg of  lamb, rice pilaf, Greek salad
 homemade Greek pita bread, tzatziki sauce 

Herby fried potatoes with garlic aioli 

Spanakopita  with tzatziki sauce 
$4.00 each.

Sweets Selections

Strawberry Rhubarb pie (serves 2…it’s just a little pie) 

Cherry, Blueberry and Chocolate chunk drop cookies 

(Pre order necessary, Payments by etransfer)

Savoury Selections

Souvlaki Platter: 
pork souvlaki skewers, rice pilaf, Greek salad,
 homemade Greek pita bread, tzatziki sauce

Slow Roasted Lamb platter: 
garlicky leg of  lamb, rice pilaf, Greek salad
 homemade Greek pita bread, tzatziki sauce 

Herby fried potatoes with garlic aioli 

Spanakopita  with tzatziki sauce 
$4.00 each.

Sweets Selections

Strawberry Rhubarb pie (serves 2…it’s just a little pie) 

Cherry, Blueberry and Chocolate chunk drop cookies 

(Pre order necessary, Payments by etransfer)
HOW IT WORKS: We’ll start taking orders this Monday and we’ll stop taking orders on Thursday! Pick up will be curbside and pick up times will be specified upon ordering.
Pick up will be Saturday the 20th between the hours of 5:00- 7:00pm
Place your orders at :
Or give us a call between 10 and 6 from Monday to Thursday 709-436-2069.

Sunday, June 14, 2020


The 2020 Season is presenting operational challenges to businesses everywhere, and like everyone else… we’re adapting! We’re opening our Vacation Homes for rental beginning the 1 st of July, with enhanced cleaning and safety protocols in place. Sadly we feel that we are unable to operate the Inn and provide the sort of experience we strive to offer our guests. Instead, we are taking this year to do some improvements around the Inn and we look forward to reopening our rooms in 2021.

But alas, all is not lost!
We WILL be opening the kitchen at the Inn for a series of pop-up take out events through out the season. Our first Event is scheduled for this Saturday June 20 th !

We’re taking inspiration from all the places we AREN’T going this summer...
and we’re starting with Greece! 

HOW IT WORKS: We’ll start taking orders this Monday and we’ll stop taking orders on Thursday! Pick up will be curbside and pick up times will be specified upon ordering.
Pick up will be Saturday the 20th between the hours of 5:00- 7:00pm
Place your orders at :
Or give us a call between 10 and 6 from Monday to Thursday 709-436-2069.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020



The Town of Trinity will be flushing the Town’s water hydrants on
Wednesday, June 3, 2020 , starting approximately 9:00 a.m.

Residents are asked to refrain from doing laundry as you will have
discoloured water.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Thursday, April 23, 2020

THANK YOU to all Volunteers

To All Volunteers: THANK YOU!

April 19 - 25, 2020 is dedicated as Volunteer Week to celebrate the tremendous contributions made by thousands of people throughout the province who give their time freely to make their communities a better place to live. It provides an opportunity to express gratitude that sometimes gets forgotten as we all attend to our day-to-day busy lives. During this time though there is no better opportunity to pause and say "thank you" to volunteers as well as to give yourselves a pat on the back for your own commitment to volunteering in your Town, region and province. 

The theme this year is appropriately - "Applauding Volunteers"

This theme was chosen late last year and is a good fit for the times we are now in when we have to practice self distancing and isolating. Many of us are applauding (or making some form of noise) weekly on Sunday's at 7:00 P.M. in recognition of essential/front line workers. This Sunday please also bear in mind all of our volunteers that help make your municipality function. 

On behalf of the Town of Trinity I thank all of our volunteers for everything that you do in support of the activities, events, fundraisers and provision of essential services to our municipality and region.

Normally we would gather this week at The Factory (Coaker Foundation) in Port Union for a Regional Volunteer Night event where we would celebrate and recognize volunteers together. The event has been cancelled this year due to Covid-19 however the planning committee does plan to hold it again in 2021. We are encouraged this year to bring our appreciation and recognition to volunteers virtually through Facebook, Twitter and other means.

Thank you once again to all volunteers for giving of your time, talent and treasures. Stay Safe.

Monday, March 30, 2020

Important Message RE: Self Isolation


Town of Trinity

P.O. Box 42

Trinity, NL A0C 2S0

Tel/Fax: (709) 464-3836



Important Message Re: Covid-19 and Self Isolation after Travelling Back to NL

Hi Everyone

Please note that as of yesterday (Sunday, March 29) that for EVERYONE that has returned to the province (NL) in addition to completing self isolation for the mandatory 14 days it is now REQUIRED to stay on your own property and you are no longer permitted to drive. This is a new requirement as of yesterday. Should you require any assistance with obtaining groceries, medication etc during your time of self isolation please let us know and we will do our best to assist you. 

These are very important updates that the province has made regarding self-isolating and distancing to do our part for flattening the curve. We ask that everyone please heed these regulations that have been put forth to contain the potential spread of COVID-19. 

The Town has also posted some very relevant information, links and resources as provided through the Eastern Health Authority to its Facebook and website ( Please read and use these for more information or assistance should you require any or have any concerns or questions.

For the latest information please visit - 

Stay Safe and Be Kind everyone and let's do our part to combat COVID-19.


Jim Miller
Town of Trinity

Wednesday, March 25, 2020



During this time of uncertainty, challenges of "what if" and "when will this be over" and many other questions and unknowns, I urge everyone to remain calm in this growing and quickly changing crisis. I recognize that it is not easy and I too have many concerns and unanswered questions not only as the Mayor of Trinity, but as a small business owner, an employee of a not-for-profit and a family man with both children and elders to care for during this time. We are all in this together.

As we all know, COVID-19 is in our province and no doubt may soon be in the region, if it's not already. The time is here now to exercise caution, social distancing and isolation, however, in doing so, please also try to remain kind and be positive in your actions and comments.
 As a saying goes, "In a world where you can be anything, be kind."

I have been following the various news releases as well as listening and participating in numerous conference calls and meetings over the past number of days. I have been in communication with government departments, health officials, the Fire Chief, the Royal Bank of Canada and Canada Post Office staff locally. Together we explore the new normal and what supports will be in place for the short and long term as well as ensure the public health and safety of everyone. 

Be certain that discussions have been held and are continuous with government representatives regarding the effect on our tourism industry, small businesses, Town and so on.  I encourage those of you in such sectors and other industries to also get your emails listed with the various representative organizations for your sector like Bonavista Chamber of Commerce, Legendary Coasts, Hospitality NL, Canada Revenue Agency and others for the latest information and supports that are either already available or that are anticipated to come to assist employers and employees during these challenging times.

This virus is unlike anything that we have been through. It has, and will, continue to have an impact on our lives, touching us all in some way, be it directly the infection itself, or indirectly through the financial, mental and social strain resulting from our new reality. The most important thing to remember is follow the health advice that is provided. It has been repeated enough that it's time now to listen and heed it. 

Be kind and calm, remember to self isolate for those of you who may be travelling into the province and region. If you suspect someone is not obeying the 14 days self isolation policy, there is now a reporting system in place by the provincial government. It is within the jurisdiction of the RCMP to deal with these instances and reports of non-compliance with requirements to self isolate

You may also consider ways you can help someone self isolate, like offering to pick up their groceries if you are going to the store anyways, or simply calling them to see if they need to speak with someone.  Not everyone has a support system nearby and we need to be considerate of those who live in self-isolation every day before we even knew Covid-19 existed. In this regards I think mostly of our seniors in our Town and region. We also suggest that all members of our community where possible practice self-isolating and only go out for work if required to  to do so, essential services, to help someone in need or to take a walk at a safe social distance.  This will further protect members of our community who must continue to work and provide essential services such as home care or operating our grocery stores, pharmacies and other services that have been deemed essential by government.

We have always pulled together as a region  (and province) and have gotten through many challenges in the past - Igor, ice storms etc. We have also as not-for-profits, municipalities, business owners and volunteers, gotten through all of these past natural occurrences while achieving great success on many positive regional projects together. I think of Hike Discovery; Cultural Craft Festival, Bonavista Biennale; Roots, Rant and Roars as well as many, many other events and success stories. Even now, we all hold our breath for the eventual decision of hopefully our region becoming the first designated UNESCO Geopark for our province.
I suggest we all Google those positive local stories during our time at home and share those through your social mediums. It is important to remind ourselves of what we have achieved together and think of the possibilities that are yet to come.  We will get through this crisis again as a region and province, keeping in mind that we are all in this together and carefully following the rules that have been laid before us.  

Your cooperation during this time though is essential..... 
Please follow all safety guidelines and for the most up-to-date information related to Covid-19, resources for self isolation, mental health assistance and other resources please visit 

In addition should you have any symptoms of Covid-19 please visit the self assessment tool at this website - 
DO NOT visit a hospital or medical clinic.

I would also like to suggest an idea I was given this morning, which may also be a good practice to begin implementing for your household. Keep a journal of your family's and your own daily interactions when not self-isolating, including the time, place and people present (going to the grocery store, going to work at an essential service…).  With our regular routines suspended, keeping track of dates can be difficult. Having these details recorded may help you feel more in control of your situation and provide better protection for you and your loved ones. If you learn that someone who tested positive for Covid-19 was at a certain place on a certain day, you will have an accurate account of your activities to reference and determine if you need to contact 811 or self-isolate. It can also be an essential tool to help health authorities accurately track and contact individuals you may have encountered, should the need ever arise. 
Together we will get through this.......Stay Safe, Be Positive and Be Kind.

Yours Truly 
Jim Miller
Town of Trinity