The holiday season can be so hectic and packed with a get-it-done-now list! So here’s a thought: take a deep breath and come to the countryside. Step back from the bustle and enjoy some real peace on earth. No fighting for parking spots, no elbowing in the malls… just a lot of beautiful lights and… Continue Reading 3 REASONS TO COME TO COBOURG FOR CHRISTMAS CHEER
Author: John Holst
Rotary Harbourfront Park and Cobourg’s waterfront becomes magical when it is lit up with over 100,000 lights. The lighting up ceremony takes place on November 24th from 6:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The lights will be up for enjoyment from Friday, November 24 – Friday, January 5, 2018 from… Continue Reading NOVEMBER 24 – JANUARY 5: COBOURG TOURISM PRESENTS CHRISTMAS MAGIC
The new Marie Dressler Museum is now open. It highlights the achievements of the Cobourg-born star of stage and screen, winner of the 1931 Academy Award for Best Actress at age 63, top grossing actor in Hollywood in both 1932 and 1933 and the best loved comedienne of her time. Marie Dressler House, 212 King… Continue Reading THE NEW MARIE DRESSLER HERITAGE MUSEUM IS NOW OPEN!
Independent, family-owned breweries create a unique blend of ingredients to give you a beverage you can talk about. They use local ingredients to bring in new seasonal flavours, so you’ll have something different to sample every time you visit. They invest a lot of time and energy into the quality of the product, and getting to know the names… Continue Reading Follow The Craft Brew Trail
1 Best part of the job? (Can’t be the long hours…) I can come in every day and create something. With an open kitchen, customers experience and connect with the food. I love it when people say, “I can’t believe the food here, it’s like a piece of art, and the taste.” They don’t expect… Continue Reading 5 Questions With Chef “Z”
2-8ounce vidalia or other sweet onions 1/2 cup of beet juice 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 1/4 cup of red Burgundy wine 1/4 cup of honey 1 tablespoon of unsalted butter Fleur de salt and freshly ground pepper Using a mandolin, cut onions into 1/16 inch. Combine the sliced onions and all remaining ingredients in a… Continue Reading Recipe: Chef Z’s Onion Jam