by Marc Laframboise

Clean Wave’s experienced staff.

Clean Wave’s experienced staff.

Nestled near the world famous Cabot Trail on the shores of the Bras d’Or Lakes in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, is the beautiful Wagmatcook First Nation. Tourists travelling on the Trans-Canada Highway 105 have long been familiar with the Clean Wave Restaurant established by the community over a decade ago. The local favourite was recently renovated and expanded to better serve its ever growing customer base. The grand re-opening was only a few months ago in the spring of 2013.

The indoor seating capacity was increased from 48 to 76 and now features an attractive dining room area. A new outdoor patio increases seating capacity to over 90 in the warm weather months. The restaurant’s decor incorporates historical information on the traditional ...

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