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  • fud grill
    Located as part of the Edenvale Aerodrome property on Highway 26 between Barrie and Stayner we offer the best casual fine dining experience north of Toronto.

    We are one of the few restaurants in the Georgian Triangle that serves only "AAA" beef ~ across the board..
    Our "AAA" beef program ensures consistency as only the top beef satisfies a series of strict guidelines.

    We are open for lunch and dinner daily - for breakfast on Saturday and Sunday.

    Call 705-428-2383 to reserve
  • Catch 22 Fresh Market Grill
    There are many restaurants in the Wasaga Beach area, but Catch 22 Fresh Market Grill is the Wasaga Beach restaurant everyone is talking about!

    An intimate rendezvous, a private tête-à-tête, an evening on the town; The kitchen offers an expression of exquisite cooking style where boundaries are limitless. Catch 22 is truly a culinary experience, and the destination in Wasaga!
  • Coyote Cutie
    Enjoy our fun rustic atmosphere, great food, cold beer, and the best looking staff in town.

    We are the only place in Alliston, where you can, HOOT, HOLLER, and have a BLAST, while watching our Coyote Cuties dance on the bar, on Friday and Saturday nights.

    Coyote Cutie is home to, Alliston's best, weekend entertainment, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. Be sure to watch for our free giveaways on Saturday theme nights, as well as our live music nights, Live DJ nights, and our Sunday Jam.

    Grab your friends, head on down, because we are all about fun at Coyote Cutie.
  • Sovereign Restaurant
    The Sovereign Restaurant located in the historic village of Creemore. Enjoy casual fine dining in a relaxed cozy atmosphere.

    The Sovereign’s philosophy is to “buy local and buy fresh”, including produce, dairy, and hand selected meats. Organic salad greens and vegetables from The New Farm and traditionally raised quality beef from Donato Harvest Artisan Meat Farm are but two local supply sources. All beef and pork cuts are ‘AAA’, dry aged for a minimum of 14 days and hand cut on the premises.
  • Painters Hall Bistro
    Behind an unassuming doorway on Clapperton Street, just up from the five points in downtown Barrie, those in the know gather throughout the week at a little gem named Painters Hall Bistro.

    A long hallway showcasing many of Barrie's best artists, affords two options. Candlelight mellows the refined rustic front dining room while the back lounge buzzes, offering a fantastic small plate menu and terrific wines by the glass or bottle from an unpretentious, approachable wine list.