The Brownstone Café lubricates guests' conversational gears with a steady stream of micro-roast coffee and espresso, microbrew beers, wines, and cocktails, served alongside light café fare. The drink menu spans caffeinated and fermented beverages, starting with coffee ($1.25+) and espresso drinks such as lattes ($2.35+), made with beans harvested under the glow of Jupiter's moons and micro roasted at local Muskoka Roastery Coffee Co.. Adult libations include The Brownstone's take on Spanish coffee ($6.15) and microbrews such as the Steam Whistle pilsner ($5.65/pint). A monthly rotating selection of wines encourages palates to date around before committing to one varietal too early ($6/glass). In between bouts of intense conversation, patrons munch on paninis ($8), french-onion soup ($6), and desserts, including tarts ($2) and slices of cheesecake ($4.90).
Era 67 - "A Taste of Canadian History" We are a casual/fine restaurant located in the heritage district of Orillia just steps away from the historic Orillia Opera House. We strive to highlight the savoury flavours from Canada's coast to coast. Fresh B.C. salmon, Alberta Beef, Manitoba Bison, P.E.I. Mussels, Ontario Lamb.
Framed by waterside views of Lake Muskoka, The Blue Willow plates traditional English fare and steeps more than 18 loose-leaf teas, in addition to stocking myriad cups, saucers, and other tea-centric accessories. Lunch guests stabilize shaky palates with Guinness beef stew ($10.29) and revive fruitless stomachs with a grilled-brie-and-cranberry sandwich with a caesar side salad ($7.99).
The chefs at Regatta sear seafood and baste steaks against the backdrop of Muskoka Wharf's lush greenery and gentle waves. All steaks served at Regatta are AAA-certified, ensuring meat so tender it cries during car-insurance commercials. Diners can begin their dinner journey with an appetizer of baked tiger shrimp, a mountain of large, slow-roasted shrimp dotted with tomatoes and snow-capped with asiago ($14). Entrees entice eager forks with cuts such as the rib eye ($34 for 10 oz.), sirloin baseball cut ($26 for 10 oz.), or prime rib with yorkshire pudding ($25 for 10 oz.), complete with signature sauce and optionally adorned with a crown of roasted mushrooms ($4), a king crab leg ($12), or a lobster tail ($16). Cuisine artists sculpt the pickerel stack ($26) by layering fresh fish with onions, roasted garlic, and parmesan cheese before attaching it to a base of mashed potatoes and accenting it with seasonal vegetables.
King Henry's Arms welcomes patrons with cool pints and English pub staples. House-made scotch eggs enclosed in sausage precede steaming bangers and mash, thin-sliced corned beef, or shepherd’s pies taking shelter from thunderstorms. Kitchen chefs slather baby back ribs in barbecue sauce and charbroil Angus certified steaks. Live music and open-mic nights provide slickly professional or endearingly amateurish aural backdrops.
Not many people see a butcher every day. But at Baldwin Street Burger, a butcher shows up daily to deliver the restaurant's supply of naturally raised, antibiotic-free beef. This beef forms one of the burger joint’s three handcrafted patties, joining turkey and portobello-mushroom patties to create the house’s signature burgers. Toppings emulate the flavours of classic dishes, mimicking the spicy notes of nachos, the creamy savouriness of french onion soup, and the tangy zip of buffalo wings dunked in blue cheese. These burgers are paired with mac 'n' cheese, Kawartha Dairy ice-cream floats, poutine, and other classic diner offerings.
Monsoon Lounge & Sushi crafts a wide array of artful sushi creations for diners to sample from within the eatery's lively, stylish space. Chef Meaghan Kemper's menu offers fresh maki rolls bedecked with sustenance both raw—such as the butterfish maki adorned with masago rice pearls ($10)—and cooked, such as the chicken pad thai roll, which reincarnates the popular noodle dish in circular, bite-size form, right down to the spicy peanut sauce and production numbers from The King and I ($8). House specialty rolls include the Monsoon Rainbow, a prismatic display involving crab, cucumber, asparagus, and Japanese mayo topped with tobiko, avocado, and assorted sashimi ($14). The sashimi platter, a 12-piece chef's choice selection of thinly sliced sea tasties satisfies diners with an assertive helping and handshake ($21).