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Food and Drink Experiences in

Collingwood & The Blue Mountains

Enjoy unforgettable food and drink experiences in the beautiful Georgian Bay area of Ontario


Thanks to its wide, tree-lined streets and many delightful restaurants and bistros, Collingwood has a distinctly European flair. It’s an effect that’s only heightened by its flourishing café culture, with countless fine establishments offering everything from tasty desserts to sumptuous breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.

Visitors to The Blue Mountains are equally spoiled for choice. From the many fine gourmet food shops, bakeries, and restaurants lining the main street of historic Thornbury to the pubs and patios in the bustling Blue Mountain Village, food fans are spoiled for choice in the southern Georgian Bay region of Ontario

 The food and drink up here is certainly shaped by the region’s blend of charming local eateries, upscale restaurants, and numerous cafés and bakeries, offering everything from casual bites to fine dining. Award-winning local chefs often incorporate fresh, locally sourced ingredients into their menus, too, resulting in dishes that capture the unique flavours of the region.


The Southern Georgian Bay Food and Drink Scene


Craft beer and cider enthusiasts are also well-catered to in Collingwood and The Blue Mountains. Together, these two towns host several acclaimed breweries and cideries.

Favorites among locals and visitors alike include The Collingwood Brewery and the Duntroon Cyder House & Farm, as well, of course, as the famous Creemore Springs, the region’s first craft brewery, all of which offer fun tastings and tours. The region also boasts a number of wineries, with Georgian Hills Vineyards in Clarksurg being a notable standout.

To keep update-to-date on the food and drink scene in Collingwood and The Blue Mountains, be sure to bookmark LuxuryCollingwood… and visit often. Cheers!