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In 1828, Reuben Burr sold his property to a family of wealthy carriage makers, the Cosfords, who christened their new home with the name Oakland Hall. More than 170 years and several owners, purposes, and names later, Tom and Irene Ntoulas transformed Burr's homestead into the Oakland Hall Inn, a fine-dining restaurant whose history complements its classic, upscale food. Chef Charyk plucks flavour and inspiration from the herb garden behind the inn, culls Ontario-sourced veggies and lamb, and brings in specialty cheeses, venison, quail, and perfect French pronunciation from Quebec. He aims to surprise his guests with flavours they've never tried, and more than 200 Old and New World wines ensure that each new experience is expertly paired with a delightful vintage.
16003 Yonge St
Aurora,
ON
CA
As you don an apron and look around the SupperWorks kitchen, you might wonder if you've stepped into the body of a gourmet chef?sous-chefs unseen have chopped and sliced every ingredient imaginable, and now it's up to you to bring each entree to life. The epicurean fantasy continues as staff members begin leading you from station to station on a quest to create 6, 9, or 12 entrees. Each is perfect for freezing and cooking later when you're pressed for time. SupperWorks' recipes change from month to month?entrees could include pork tenderloin and prosciutto in puff pastry, beef-and-mushroom goulash, and veggie-packed chili. But one thing doesn't change: the easy meal assembly. All of the planning, shopping, washing, and prepping is done in advance, and the staff cleans up each station as dishes are completed. When the session ends after an hour or two, they'll send you home with easy-to-follow cooking instructions. SupperWorks also keeps prepared meals on hand for patrons to pop in and pick up at a moment's notice.
16600 Bayview Avenue
Newmarket,
ON
CA
As the legend goes, Crabby Joe's nana was as renowned for her skills in the kitchen as she was for her fondness for pelting unwanted kitchen dwellers with fresh onions. After years of watching her in the kitchen, Joe opened up his own restaurant, following in the footsteps of his curmudgeonly grandmother by creating a menu of quality, freshly cooked dishes and an atmosphere infused with light-hearted teasing. Since it's 1966 founding, Crabby Joe's has expanded into more than 40 locations across Ontario. At each location, families and friends linger over plates of steaks, burgers, and seafood entrees while sipping beer and frozen cocktails. The atmosphere is jokey without being hurtful, largely due to their strict no-banana-peels mandate.
125 Pedersen Dr
Aurora,
ON
CA
As diners sink their teeth into an herb-marinated drumstick from Chick-Felays, their taste buds savor a fusion of Portuguese-style coking and traditional North African spices. The roasters at Chick-Felays strike this flavorful balance with the fiery peri pepper, kicking up heat levels according to each customer's preference as opposed to an international spice standard set by world leaders. Besides half-chickens, chicken kebabs, and wings, diners can order steaks and ribs aged to juicy perfection as well as burgers formed with beef, chicken, or veggie patties.
17725 Yonge Street
Newmarket,
ON
CA
Surrounded by the colors of the warm Italian sun, diners at Mamma Mia Trattoria feast on authentic wood-fired pizzas and sauce-slathered meats and pastas. Inside the cozy dining room, servers present plates of fresh spinach gnocchi, mushroom risotto, and veal-stuffed ravioli, pouring red and white wines into awaiting chalices for romantic dates and ceremonial pasta sacrifices. During lunch, chefs also line hot paninis with homemade meatballs or grilled Italian sausage.
17480 Yonge St
Newmarket,
ON
CA
Cachet's menu, like the natural beauty of Fairy Lake, changes with the season. Their offerings include sandwiches, pastas, and chicken, which round out a slate of seasonal global flavours, complemented by elaborate martinis—bartenders shake in lychee liqueur or rim glasses with chocolate. A patio overlooks the lake, which patrons can admire while lounging under an umbrella or a table.
500 Water St
Newmarket,
ON
CA
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