Dining and culinary experiences north of Toronto rank with some of the best available cuisine within international resort and travel destinations in the world. When travelling north in Ontario we recommend a variety of quality dining establishments, resorts and resort restaurants that provide exceptional dining opportunities with a variety of Canadian and international cuisine. Summer is the perfect time to combine a hike or bicycle ride with a culinary or food experience at one of the many farmers’ markets, and fresh food stands.
Nestled in the historic village of Port Stanton, Bayview Wildwood Resort offers a unique dining experience in the Echo’s Dining Room. Enjoy a leisurely meal in this casual dining room while overlooking beautiful Sparrow Lake. Breakfasts and luncheons are offered “buffet” style with a daily change of food fare. Dinner menus are succulent and offer up to four choices of entrée, two to three appetizers and a selection of tempting desserts.
In the summer months, Captain Tom’s Diner offers dine-in or take-out menu options that are sure to satisfy your appetite. Captain Tom’s Diner is attached to the Stanton Bros. General Store and overlooks the Port Stanton government dock. Drop in for an ice cream and take a stroll along the Sparrow Lake shoreline!
Best Western Plus Mariposa Inn & Conference Centre is home to The Grape and Olive Wine & Martini Bistro and is committed to providing an outstanding dining experience! Come enjoy a Starbucks Coffee at our in-house kiosk.
Our elegant and relaxing atmosphere will allow you to unwind any time of day. Our meals are skillfully prepared by our dedicated culinary team and delivered by our top notch front-of-house service team.
Enjoy the warm ambiance of our ‘GrapeVine’ bar; offering an outstanding martini menu as well as extensive wine selections from around the world.
The GrapeVine is the perfect spot for entertaining that important client or just getting together with friends.
Escape to one of Ontario’s most loved culinary trails.
Welcome to Ontario’s Apple Country, where the moderating effects of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment create perfect conditions for growing amazing apples – and baking perfect apple pies! The Apple Pie Trail is your guide to local apple art, history, cideries, cafes, orchards, shops and galleries in and around The Blue Mountains. Visit the Apple Pie Trail family, 40 year round and seasonal stops taking you from Creemore, up – down & around Blue Mountain and west to Meaford including the Blue Mountain Village. www.applepietrail.ca
Runaway to Romance and Adventure!
1st Class Gourmet Dining. 5 Course Dinners Awarded a Top 10 Dining Experience by North American Inns. Dinner and Breakfast Included in Prices.
Wine Spectator Awarded Wine Cellar. $0 Corkage Fee.
Leading Spas of Canada approved Organic Algonquin Spa.
Horseback riding at Algonquin Park and FREE Algonquin Park Daily Pass.
Winter in Algonquin Park is a one of a kind experience, from walking to skiing, from Horseback to Dogsledding, from snowmobiling to ice skating
48 Intimate lakefront accommodations, from 600 to 1500 sq ft each Jr. Suite or Cabin has a very large double Jacuzzi in front of the Wood Burning Fireplace, all with Private Decks overlooking the Lake.
All accommodations exceed 5 Diamond rating standards. Many are Opulent and furnished by The Art Shoppe of Toronto having their own Outdoor Hot Tub, Sauna, Steam Bath, Double Walk-in Shower with 4 Shower Heads and 50” Plasma TV.
Discover the delicious tastes of Muskoka dining. The restaurants at Deerhurst are committed to the “eat local” food movement. Director of Food & Beverage Rory Golden has been a true advocate for Ontario growers and producers, assisting in the foundation of the Savour Muskoka culinary trail. Now, Executive Chef, David Bakker is continuing and furthering that trend working with 20 local food producers. Seasonally, Deerhurst harvests its own honey, herbs, shiitake mushrooms and maple syrup right at the resort. With four unique restaurants onsite, dining is always an adventure.
Eclipse Dining Room is our signature dining room overlooking the bay. Reservations are required.
Compass Grill & Lounge drop by with friends and family for a casual meal and cocktails.
Maple Pub & Patio, open May to October offers casual dining and beverages overlooking out Lakeside Golf Course.
Steamers Steakhouse & Bar, open May to October, is Muskoka’s favourite summer restaurant. Bringing a mix of contemporary and traditional steakhouse flavours, it’s a great spot to tuck into summer dining.
Whether you’d like to treat your sweetheart to an unforgettably romantic evening or would rather a more casual fare, at Living Stone Golf Resort, there is something to please every palate. Living Stone offers four types of restaurants from fine dining to light supper. In addition, special occasion menus and themed dinners are served to suit your style!
Toast an anniversary, spoil that special someone or celebrate just being together with a romance package, that’s sure to turn up the heat! Escape for a night to Living Stone Golf Resort and enjoy a sumptuous dinner in our Memories Restaurant. Included with all packages is access to 18-hole golf course, full-service marina, fine dining, luxurious spa treatments, and a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities for everyone to enjoy. The Resort is strategically located in year-round recreation and vacation paradise, just 90 minutes north-west of Toronto and Pearson International Airport.
Make Memories That Last a Lifetime
A stay at the four-season Living Water Resort & Spa rejuvenates the mind, body, and spirit. Whether you are drawn by the links, the water, or the spa — or come for a meeting or wedding — customer service is our priority.
Paradise Found, All Year ‘Round
Living Water Resort & Spa in Collingwood is a four-season vacation resort — nestled in a natural playground between the mountains and the bay — where you can have fun, relax, and be reinvigorated. Enjoy our championship-style golf course, be rejuvenated in our full-service spa, venture into the waters of Georgian Bay from our marina, and dine at our diverse selection of restaurants.
For the Moments That Matter
If you are planning a wedding or corporate meeting/getaway, Living Water Resort & Spa offers three spectacular venues to accommodate your guests with packages available for all budgets. Our selection of rooms and suites lets you and your guests experience a variety of choices while enjoying the beauty of Collingwood and the Blue Mountain region.
The Norsemen Restaurant is recognized for its fine Canadian and International cuisine for over 50 years. Treat yourself to French-inspired food in our recently renovated historic lodge with stone fireplaces, wood beamed ceilings and “Old Muskoka” charm. The Norsemen has a reputation for great food and great times. Get off the beaten path, enjoy the view of beautiful Walker Lake, and savour the superb cuisine. Just 10 minutes from Huntsville off Limberlost Road.
Join us to find out why dinner at Bartlett Lodge is a “not to be missed” night out in Algonquin Park. A short boat ride in our motorized freighter canoe begins an unforgettable evening. As you enter our lounge and dining room, the history of Algonquin comes alive. Bartlett Lodge has established an unsurpassed reputation for fine dining. We believe in truly sustainable farming and using local ingredients whenever possible. You will not find any animals that are not sustainably raised or caught inhumanely. Chef David Fortune Jr. feels it is important to understand and respect all facets of the animals and products we use in our kitchen. Further, we make a conscious effort to include options that suit a variety of diets including gluten free, vegetarian, dairy free and pescetarian. Our five course contemporary cuisine fixed price meal is Algonquin Park’s Resort Dining at its finest.
Our 25 acre vineyard is nestled in the fertile, rolling hills of Hockley Valley featuring over 23,000 vines.
With the vineyard now at 23,000 vines and 25 acres, the winery construction is now complete. It includes a 20,000 sq. ft. facility for production, wine tastings and retail sales.
OUR FARMING PRACTICES
Organic and biodynamic.
We are part of an emerging region of amazing wine-making and our terroir-focused approach reflects our respect for the environment, our climate and our region. With that comes alliances with growers who share our philosophies and practices. “Wine is farming first, and we want to show how it can be done in our region – and done successfully – by using organics and environmentally-friendly processes.” John Paul Adamo
TASTING & TOURS
Tastings are available daily. Public tours are available:
Saturdays: 12 pm and 4 pm Sundays: 11 am and 2 pm
Private tours (available daily) for groups of 10 or more must be scheduled 24 hours prior to arrival. Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Surcharge may apply. Tours subject to availability.
Everything you need to enjoy a glass at home. Including the glasses.