Taste Local!

Be sure to plan ahead before visiting this fall, as many operators are running at reduced capacity or are closed for the season due to COVID-19. When in BruceGreySimcoe, follow social distancing protocols, wear a mask and wash your hands frequently.

Fall in BruceGreySimcoe…always fresh, always delicious!
Apples, apples everywhere!  Head for the orchard with the family and pick your own apples right from the tree.  Or purchase a bag, basket or bushel (and perhaps a pie or two, plus some tarts, apple butter…).
The harvest is in and our specialty shops, market stores and farmer’s markets are full of fresh-picked, tasty locally grown and produced edibles.  Pick up fresh baked goodies, milk and cheeses, fresh fish, traditional beef and poultry and the more exotic game.  Add a touch of sweetness to your menus with local honey, jams, jellies and maple syrup
Dishes made from local products can be found on many restaurant menus, and can vary according to season.  Gather for a family meal, dine out in style, or keep it casual at a local pub, café or diner.

Food Trails, Tours, Events, Workshops & More

Work up an appetite exploring the fall beauty of BruceGreySimcoe while tasting its wares on some of the most delicious and delectable trails around.  

South Georgian Bay Community Cookbook

No run-of-the-mill cookbook, the “Come To Our Table, South Georgian Bay Community Cookbook” is chock full of wonderful recipes contributed by local chefs, restaurateurs, farmers, B&B owners and other food professionals.  And…it showcases the region’s artistically creative side as well with stories, photos and artwork by local artists and writers. Display it on your coffee table, read it or use it as your go-to cookbook – it’s an amazing addition to your kitchen library and makes a great hostess gift, too.  It can be purchased at local retailers.

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