Hi Bruce! Acts as a guide to restaurants all over the Coolest Place in Canada. More importantly however, it gives you specific recommendations that are based on where YOU are. By texting in your location code you will get an immediate response with the Best Things to Do in YOUR AREA. No more scouring through reviews or picking any restaurant with the lights on. And you know that any restaurant recommended by Hi Bruce! Will be as delicious as the area is beautiful. With that being said - I of course have my favourites! You can read into my in depth reviews as they are created and correspondingly linked, however have a glance below for ideas on the best places to eat in each area.
Owen Sound Restaurants
Casero Kitchen Table 946 3rd Ave E, Owen Sound, ON N4K 2K9 From cool back alley mexican vibes to delicious tacos, burritos, enchiladas and of course cocktails. Try the Korean Brisket Bites for something unique and shockingly delicious. If you find yourself in Sauble looking for a fun lunch try Casero Taco Bus.
Mudtown Station 1198 1st Ave E, Owen Sound, ON N4K 0B3 Mudtown Station is primarily known for their delicious in house brews. With a large patio space, a view of the harbour and flights on tap it is no wonder why. Don’t think that this local hot spot is a one trick pony - the food is delicious. Absolutely top notch burgers, soups, salads and apps. The menu is varied and diverse.
Southampton/Port Elgin Restaurants
Ristorante Rosina’s 698 Goderich St, Port Elgin, ON N0H 2C0 Port Elgin and Southampton take a (small) step away from the tourism town feel of The Beaches of the Bruce. As they largely operate as communities of residents rather than tourism towns you can find a bit more sophistication. Ristorante Rosina’s is a fine example of that - traditional italian plates done exceptionally well. Flatbreads and pastas, as well as hearty and perfectly prepared mains.
Highview Food and Drink 166 High St, Southampton, ON N0H 2L0 One of the newer restaurants in town - Highview Food and Drink stands out with it’s boutique charm. Enter through an arched doorway and be instantly taken back by the esthetic. A mixture of quiet and intimate ambiance with a Toronto Queen Street chic. The cocktail list is fairly extensive and the plates are prepared in a way that treats your eyes before your mouth. It’s likely fair to describe the menu as Italian Fusion although they do not label themselves as such. Highview is definitely one to write home about.
Sauble Beach Restaurants
Casero Taco Bus 316 Main St, Sauble Beach, ON N0H 2G0 Along Sauble Beaches Main Street is Casero Taco Bus - a double decker retro bus that is outfitted in classic Mexican stylings. The bus is the original Casero restaurant, serving their take on classics - from brisket to chorizo and cauliflower tacos. Tacos, burritos, enchiladas and loaded nachos are all hits - perfect for stepping away from the traditional beach foods like burgers and fries. Seating is outdoors with limited shade, so you might want to consider the weather before making a long trek.
Wellness Refinery 656 Main St, Sauble Beach, ON N0H 2G0 One of the only spots in the area where everything on the menu is created by a licensed nutritionist - with many foods sourced from the famous Keady Market just outside of town. This is the spot in town for nutritious and delicious! Grab a smoothie, avocado toast, or salads to stay lean and get back to the beach.
Tobermory Brewing Co. 28 Bay St, Tobermory, ON N0H 2R0 The beer will bring you in - but you’ll stay for the food. Ribs, salads, seafood. All of which are delicious, fun, and fresh. Sit on the patio out front in this cozy home converted to a bar/grill on the edge of Tobermory’s Little Tub Harbour. Watch the boats float into port while you sip one of 3 core beers or a selection of seasonal options. Shipwreck Lee’s 2 Bay St, Tobermory, ON N0H 2R0 For fresh fish and chips in Tobermory be sure to check out Shipwreck Lees. All you can eat options served fresh and piping hot! Sit down in their rustic outdoor setting for drinks bay side. The servers or “Pirates” are known to be fun and friendly while maintaining character throughout your meal.
The Bruce Peninsula Restaurants
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