Port Carling’s Bevregino offers fresh florals, curated goods, catering, and a gourmet marketplace serving up a variety of tasty grab-and-go options and made-to-order cappuccinos, smoothies, and enticing food options. Surrounded by lush greenery and boasting a picturesque back patio overlooking the lake, it’s super easy to pop in and grab a coffee and croissant, a bouquet of flowers and order something for dinner later, maybe even scoop up a body scrub or natural soap from their shop section on your way through town.
Located in the town of Rosseau, Crossroads Restaurant offers a pure, simple, and delicious menu. Owners and chefs Julie and Richard Lalonde serve scrumptious food with excellent service. Now offering a delightful culinary experience in your own home, the take-home ‘Chef Box’, chosen by chef Richard Lalonde features hors d’oeuvres, appetizer, entree & dessert, paired with a beautiful centerpiece of fresh flowers arranged by Julie and accompanied with a bottle of red or white wine. With excellent dine-in, take-out, or catering options and accessible by both car and boat, Crossroads is well worth the visit every time.
Those acquainted with the Muskoka commute will recognize the iconic repurposed CN railway cars and the orange overpass along Highway 11 as the familiar landmark that is Webers. Serving up charbroiled burgers and fries to hungry travelers since 1963, Weber’s shares a rich history and association with the journey to Muskoka. In the early eighties, Webers acquired a portion of the pedestrian bridge from the CN Tower in Toronto. It is the first and only privately owned bridge built over a public highway in the Province of Ontario. The bridge was installed to prevent crowds from rushing across the highway to place an order for their delicious homemade burgers. They are just as appealing today and visitors continue to (safely) cross highways for the best burgers en route.
Finding quality sushi far away from oceans or big cities isn’t always an available option, however, Bracebridge staple Wabora brings refined Korean Japanese Canadian cuisine to Muskoka. Featuring a fresh sushi bar with experienced sushi chefs and an extensive menu of steak, noodle, and fusion options, with all kinds of specialty sushi rolls to explore, Wabora is a must when it comes to Muskoka dining. Dine-in or take-out makes for an appealing option when it comes to delicious dining and a quality food experience.
Port Carling hangout Tulos Taqueria comes correct with the dockside tacos and margs. With both vegetarian and carnivorous taco options, obligatory chips and guacamole, an extensive cocktail and beer list, indoor or outdoor dining, as well as take-out, Tulo’s is a legitimate hot spot. Pour out of the boat and into a shady seat on the dockside patio and enjoy watching the comings and goings with an icy beverage or taco in hand.