Where To Eat 2017

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A few new year-round restaurants have opened in Wasaga Beach recently. Don Cherry's at Beach 1 in the Foodland plaza, St Louis bar & grill at 45th and a spiffy new Starbucks beside St Louis'. It's nice to have these extra choices.

I would be remiss if I didn't mention some of our favourite stand-by's. The Beacon - for great entertainment and good food, Little Marina if you craze homemade Italian fare, Pizza Dee's - a local favourite for pizza and more. There's ice cream places dotted from west to east; Ice Cream Shack and Food Rescue (near the west roundabout),  Lorna Dune's, Normie's, Wasaga Music & Ice Cream (yeah, I know it's weird but hey, it's Wasaga), Dairy Queen. We are well covered! 

 

I just visited the new St Louis and had a pretty decent thai lettuce wrap, but most people would visit for their "famous" wings. Wild Wing has re-opened in Stonebridge plaza. There's Goodie's on Mosley, between the Riverbend Plaza and Sunnidale Road, and Georgian Circle - both renowned for home-cooked meals (bring your appetite!) Barcelo's and Catch 22 if you don't mind spending a little more for gourmet selections. 

Of course Wasaga Beach is now well-served by food chains (fast or otherwise) and you can find everything from McD's, Subway, Sunset Grill and Boston Pizza.

If you have a favourite restaurant or meal, feel free to email to tell me about a "to die for" meal anywhere in town. 

Remember also, that Wasaga Beach is surrounded by towns which have their own offerings; Elmvale, Stayner, Collingwood, Town of Blue Mountains, each has some unique and interesting offerings. 

 

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