Cobourg ontario's feel good town | one hour east of Toronto
Dining to Savour
FARM TO TABLE IS RIGHT ON TREND ON THE COBOURG DINING SCENE.
Inspiration is just around the corner with prime Ontario farmland in the surrounding area, and fruit orchards where you can pick your own apples, berries and pumpkins. A fresh-baked pie is easy to come by, as well, at bakeries and a farmer’s market each Saturday morning
from May through November behind Victoria Hall at the centre of town.
Cobourg appreciates good, fresh eating. The Proudly Northumberland Farm Gate Guide, available at the tourism office, provides information on Northumberland businesses growing or serving local food. The guide also has a list of related events and notes on the 4-H and Junior Farmer clubs.
Local food and regional specialties are very much a part of the culinary landscape. This is the place for fresh eggs, cheese,
poultry, bison, salmon and maple syrup.
Dining out gives you the chance to sample and leave room for dessert.
There’s a range of options to suit your tastes and weather permitting. Patios are a wonderful way to unwind and take your time to enjoy views of the heritage streetscape and the waterfront. British pubs serve a good selection of ales and lagers along with curry and pork pie; sports bars have big screens and pool, and fast-food chains are open late and early for a quick bite. There’s also a raw oyster bar with live music, and a dining room and pub in a former grist mill overlooking
the golf course. The Woodlawn Inn, one of Cobourg’s first estate homes built in 1835, offers a chef’s custom dinner, along with a
selection of regional and Ontario wines. Bon appétit!
What's your fancy?
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