Looking for a place to eat? Whether you’re just grabbing a bite for lunch, craving a snack, looking for a caterer, or planning a dinner with friends, there are no shortage of restaurants to choose from in the Town of the Blue Mountains. Rated as the top ten on TripAdvisor the following are some of our Blue Mountain favourites!
Located in Blue Mountain Village Firehall Pizza Co offers delicious food at reasonable prices. A recent review from TripAdvisor reads, “One of the best pizzas we ever tasted! Pasta and appetizers were delicious as well. Not expensive considering you are in the main tourist villa. Also, my compliments to the staff, who were working on Christmas day, with a smile and nice attitude”.
Overlooking the beautiful Beaver River The Mill Cafe offers charming ambience and delicious flavours. Chef Andrew Barber uses fresh, local, ingredients and creates inspired meals that will make your taste buds dance while you relax and enjoy.
#8 The Pita Pit
Although the Pita Pit isn’t unique to the Blue Mountains its customer service stands out. Customers reviewing it state, “…went to this place twice in the last week, I was amazed by the service provided by the employees.” and “It’s the friendly service that’s worth noting. The young man was so uplifting and friendly towards my kids.” So, if you want a quick and familiar bite to eat, experience the exceptional service of the staff at the Pita Pit in Blue Mountains Village.
#7 Beaver Tails
Craving a sweet snack? Beaver Tails in the Blue Mountain Village is the place to stop! A classic, quintessentially Canadian, dessert is a must have after skiing the slopes or enjoying all the Village has to offer.
Fresh breads, rich desserts, creative sandwiches, and friendly staff are what make up this cozy cafe in the heart of Thornbury. For over 80 years the Thornbury Bakery Cafe has been serving customers, and it’s obvious why; care and quality go into each cup of coffee served, each loaf of bread baked, and each sandwich that is prepared.
The Cheese Gallery is the perfect name for this beloved Thornbury shop. From hand crafted cheese boards, local pottery, and artisan preserves to colourful desserts, delicious espresso, and, of course, cheeses from around the world, The Cheese Gallery will engage all your senses. Stop in for the best grilled cheese sandwich you’ll ever eat!
This savoury gem is on highway 26 just on your way into Thornbury. Chef Scott Chalmers uses simple, fresh, Canadian ingredients, coupled with French culinary techniques, creating beautiful flavours that are far from simple.
There is always something happening at the Bruce Wine Bar – from Tuesday’s corkage nights, Open Mic on Wednesdays, to live music on weekends! Featuring fresh, local, food by Chef Shaun Edmonstone, Bruce Wine Bar is the place to go for a delicious, wood fired, pizza – and really anything else on their menu.
Looking for a quick, delicious, and nutritious lunch? Wanting to impress guests with amazing catering? Or looking for a personalized meal plan to eat healthier? Culinary Designs is what you’ve been searching for. Find them in their new location, on Bruce Street, in downtown Thornbury.
#1 The Dam Pub
With 273 reviews The Dam Pub Gastropub rates number one on TripAdvisor; and it’s no surprise why. Executive Chef, Suzette Gerrie, creates traditional Scottish dishes that are both delicious and filling. Some classics are the braised Lamb Shank, Fresh Georgian Bay Whitefish and Steak & Kidney Pie. Featuring over 700 whiskeys and having been featured on “You’ve Gotta Eat Here” you really do – need to eat here that is – and experience some of Southern Georgian Bay’s Scottish charm.