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Located on idyllic Bridge Street, Black Tartan Kitchen is a casual fine dining restaurant, known for its elegant and inviting dining room and exceptional food and service. We provide an intimate, relaxed and local dining experience to be enjoyed on any occasion. Our menu reflects the current season and showcases products predominantly from the bountiful Lanark County. The wine and beer lists have been tailored to compliment the cuisine which can best be described as “Canadian Contemporary”; Classic French roots with varying influences all presented with a modern touch. We provide the most comfortable and satisfying dining experience. We look forward to seeing you in our kitchen!
The only Visitor Information Centre located within steps of Highway 17 Trans-Canada Highway on Muskrat lake. The Cobden VIC is located in a park area, with Muskrat Lake view and access to the Main Street of the village of Cobden. This VIC offers picnic areas, beach access, overnight camping, clean bathrooms free WIFI and showers. Camping sites costs $10-$15 and gives you the combination to access the showers. Call Elmer at 613 570-8492. Some sites also offer hydro and water. The VIC is within short walking distance to many of the villages quaint specialty shops and unique dining experiences. This community thrives during peak tourism season as it serves as the gateway to the Whitewater Rafting companies. Promotional Materials, Maps, brochures, pamphlets, information, suggestions, vacation planning, trip planning. Open from 10 am – 4pm daily from July 1 to Thanksgiving Day weekend. Free WIFI and washrooms are available
Downtown Carleton Place Business Improvement Association is proud to be a certified member of the Ontario by Bike Network.
The Carleton Place Welcome Centre & The Roy Brown Museum is our official Bike Welcome Centre. Located at the historic Moore House at 170 Bridge Street. Here you will find public washrooms, tourism information, emergency bike kit, first aid kit, and access to our municipal docks, perfect for a mid bike swim or just to put your feet in the water. They are open Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday-Sunday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For additional information, please visit the Town of Carleton Place Website.
Additional bike stops in Downtown Carleton Place are our shops, our restaurants, and parks. Our Town Hall Square has spots for picnics, Market Square, especially on Farmer’s Market Saturdays: May to October, 7:00 am -1:00 pm, and Carleton Junction where you will find the community’s cherished pump track, an additional bike repair kit, and more public washrooms.
Carleton Junction was home to the Carleton Place train yard, in fact, if you look to the left of the pump track you will see the historic roundhouse.
SHOP DINE & PLAY in Downtown Carleton Place!
Situated just outside the picturesque village of Bobcageon, the LAB is a live theatre venue comprising of an extremely comfortable 150 seat black-box theatre and a bar and dining area. The LAB boasts a contemporary Arts space in a rustic building steeped in local history. Originally a working cattle barn the building was transformed into a dance hall in 1967. Since then it has always been an important focal point of the local social scene hosting generations of weddings, dances and family gatherings and once boasting the largest hardwood dance floor in all of Ontario!
In 2006 the building underwent extensive renovations to transform it into a venue for the Arts and welcomed Globus Theatre as the company-in-residence. Globus offers a diverse and thoroughly entertaining professional summer season and an eclectic mix of dramas, murder mysteries and comedy nights at other times throughout the year. Globus’ annual Christmas pantomime is a highlight of the holiday season – a collaboration with the local community it offers an opportunity for local talent (young and old!) to perform in a professional theatre setting. Theatre patrons can choose to dine prior to any of the evening performances in the dining room adjacent to the theatre. No need to worry about rushing from dinner to the show – you’re so close we’re guaranteed not to start without you! The LAB is also proud to maintain an extensive performing arts library.
With over 1,000 play titles to choose from you are welcome to peruse the plays on offer over a cocktail or glass of wine from our fully stocked bar. Although the emphasis nowadays is on theatre, the parties and celebrations continue @ the LAB! The theatre itself is completely removable to reveal that the original, stunning, hardwood dance floor is still there and to offer up over 7,000 sq ft of banquet facility. It is the perfect venue for a wedding, corporate event, fundraiser or pretty much any type of event you care to mention! Our culinary team can cater events from 40 – 400 people and offer a range of dining options from the basic to the gourmet! Whatever the reason for your visit we look forward to welcoming you and making your experience @ the LAB a great one.
Located just off the Lobby, Muskie Jake’s serves casual fare and beverages. The sunny patio deck is a popular spot on a summer afternoon. Burgers, pasta, and daily specials are sure to please. In winter enjoy a cozy table by the fireplace.
The beautiful clear waters of the North Channel await your arrival into the Port of Little Current!
Little Current is a picturesque small town, its downtown bustling in the summer months with boats, and travelers strolling the newly renovated docks and the new linear waterfront trail (5km +).
Enjoy the beautiful new waterfront, including two brand new waterfront pavilions, providing clean restroom and shower facilities, as well as covered pavilions for hosting events.
Upper-casual North American Restaurant located on the Shores of Frenchman’s Bay in Pickering, Ontario. Our goal is to expose the Eastern GTA to great food and beverage in a relaxed come as you are atmosphere. We are two pedal strokes away from the WaterFront Trail off of Liverpool Road.
This little gem of a restaurant is nestled in the lovely river community of Sombra along the St. Clair River. Serving from a casual fine dining menu that will suit everyone’s taste buds. Rum Runners has an extensive bar menu as well as alcohol free specialty drinks. Come and relax and enjoy a special dining experience in a fun atmosphere. Offering entertainment on Thursday evenings and 2 outdoor patios to enjoy the beautiful sunset as you dine. You will not be disappointed.
Waterfront dining at its best! With over 30 varieties of beers and wines to choose from, Smackwater Jacks Taphouse is an ideal spot to experience high quality waterfront dining in the Sauble River and Lake Huron. Smackwater Jacks has a brand new Summer menu this year with tons of local options, including Grand Bend perch and pickerel. With it’s large waterfront patio, customers can choose to sit and enjoy the sun, or shade themselves under an outdoor tent. There is also a screened in porch available for when you want to sit outside but the weather is not fully cooperating. There are plenty of seats upstairs in Smackwater’s indoor dining area as well as an upstairs patio with a great view of the famous Grand Bend sunset! The full menu is on the Smackwater Jacks website, so have a look and join us to eat and drink by the water’s edge.
Resort accommodations, dining room, meeting space, SPA, indoor and outdoor pools, cottages, bar/lounge. On the south end of Lake Simcoe. Access to York Simcoe biking trails.
Formerly known as Dougalls on the Bay. Located on the Waterfront Trail and beautiful Presqu’ile Bay. Casual dining at its finest! Cyclists can relax on our waterfront patios while enjoying a fabulous meal. Great selection of local beer and wines, healthy menu featuring local ingredients in season. Close to Presqu’ile Park and town.
The Gananoque Inn offers some of the finest dining found in the international 1000 Islands region. Experience creative regional cuisine in the main dining room, Watermark. Linger on the riverfront patio to watch the last rays of the summer sunset.