The Travelling Foodie takes a Collingwood Food Tour

Feb 14, 2022
Recently,  The Travelling Foodie was in town to explore the many amazing food and drink opportunities Collingwood has to offer. Raymond Cua put together this great vlog of his experience.

Here's a rundown of his itinerary: 

Harbour Street Fish Bar
10 Keith Ave, Unit 403, Collingwood

Drove 2 hours from Toronto to Collingwood. First stop was lunch at Harbour Street Fish Bar where we had seafood chowder, bam bam shrimps and halibut + chips. The halibut is massive! One piece is good to share if you're ordering other dishes. Great seafood spot in Collingwood! 

Collingwood Millennium Park 
45 Heritage Dr, Collingwood

In downtown Collingwood, make a stop at Millennium Park for some beautiful views of Nottawasaga Bay and the Collingwood Grains Terminal. This park is the most northerly point of historic Collingwood harbour.

1858 Caesar Bar
158 Hurontario St, Collingwood

Love Caesar cocktails? 1858 Caesar Bar is one of the best places to drink in Collingwood for Caesars with a menu that's all about Caesar including Caesar flights. It's rare to find a bar specializing in just Caesar. You can also buy Caesar mixes to bring home.


Thornbury Craft Cider & Brew House

90 King St E, Thornbury

We headed to Thornbury for some ciders at Thornbury Craft Cider & Brew House which is one of the most popular cideries in Canada plus a local favourite spot in Thornbury. They have a nice heated igloo tent for the cold weather!

Blue Mountain Village
156 Jozo Weider Blvd, The Blue Mountains

We then headed to the Blue Mountain Village because they have their annual Holiday Magic at Blue where the village is dressed up for the holidays with lights and festive decorations.



Northwinds Brewpub & Craft Beer Store

180 Jozo Weider Blvd, The Blue Mountains

Because of the heavy snow in the village, we took shelter at Northwinds Brewpub and enjoyed flights of their craft beer! Northwinds Brewpub is one of the best breweries in the Collingwood area!

The Pine
203 Hurontario St, Collingwood

Dinner was at The Pine for an Asian inspired tasting menu! This is the first tasting menu restaurant in Collingwood, Ontario. For $135 per person, you get 20 courses. The Pine is a very intimate restaurant that seats only 10 people. Reserve at the bar counter for the best action.

A huge thanks to Raymond for sharing this vlog. Learn more about the great food and drink options in South Georgian Bay right here