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Dining along the Bruce Peninsula

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Amazing places to eat

Whether you spend a luxurious lunchtime on a patio overlooking Georgian Bay, or bring a meal to sustain while on a long hike through our ancient forests, here you’ll uncover culinary adventures at every turn. In the evening, after a long day spent exploring our inspiring playground, you’ll be ready for discoveries that linger long on the palette and forever in your memory. From patios that overlook Georgian Bay to tents packed with pirate memorabilia and dining rooms both fashionable and fashionably comfortable, our options are as relaxed as you’ll feel after a day of culinary exploration.

There are so many amazing places to eat on the Bruce Peninsula, here are a couple to get you started …

Tobermory Brewing Company & Grill, Tobermory

At the Tobermory Brewing Company & Grill, culinary creativity and the craft of beer making shine, offering you a front row seat to Big Tub Harbour vistas or a comfortable respite indoors. Locally sourced foods are a star attraction; yours to discover and pair with the finest in beers made in small batches from local Brewmaster Morag Kloeze. With no additives or preservatives their crisp clean taste is a reflection of the majesty of the water that brings like-minded explorers to the Bruce Peninsula each year.

There are many other hot spots to choose from in Tobermory that serve authentic food from the area. Discover these great restaurants for yourself;

Lion's Head Inn, Lion's Head

When you explore the Bruce, you uncover a sense of connection and family. True to those roots, The Lion’s Head Inn is a delightful discovery. Located on the 45th parallel, The Lion’s Head Inn is a family establishment with a deep connection to the village of Lion’s Head. Delight in its outdoor patio overlooking the port of Lion’s Head. Savour a fresh, crunchy salad as you drink in the breeze off the bay. With soups, appetizers, pastas and vegetarian options, this is where the locals hang out. In winter, gather the family indoors after a day on the trails, warming chilled toes with a warm Lion’s Head welcome and delicious hearty fare.

While you’re in Lion’s Head, we also have these recommended restaurants:

The Green Door Cafe, Wiarton

One of the many delights travelers to the Peninsula experience is the uncovering of hidden gems – places that lie undiscovered, except perhaps by the locals. The Green Door Café is one of those gems. A local favourite, this café features the best farm to table ingredients prepared fresh every day with a menu that changes with the seasons. A warm greeting from owners Tim and Sarah quickly make you feel at home, like a local yourself. Enjoy comfort food at its finest but be sure to get a homemade butter tart to go. While popular, this busy café is short on hours. Think like a local and make reservations to avoid a wait.

 In Wiarton, there are lots of dining options. Check out these great restaurants:

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