Harbourtown Fudge - www.harbourtownfudge.com
Parrot Bay, Cabernet Chocolate, Double Apricot Brandy, these are just a small sampling of the wonderful flavours available at Harbourtown Fudge.
Kettle Creek Inn - www.kettlecreekinn.com
The Vedova’s opened the doors to Kettle Creek Inn in 1983, after purchasing and completely renovating the derelict building. Today Kettle Creek Inn, is recognized as one of Ontario’s Finest Inns, and welcomes all visitors into the village of Port Stanley.
Killer Desserts & Cafe - www.killerdesserts.com
Killer Desserts & Cafe offers, the “Best Coffee in Town” brewed from a Colombian medium dark roast, sandwiches, soups made from scratch, specialty cakes, cheesecakes and of course to die for desserts. All of the sandwiches made are gluten free and feature local meats and produce.
Mad Hatters Tea Room - www.quakerbarrel.com
Guests of the tea room can enjoy high tea by reservation, and daily Devonshire Cream Teas. In addition to tea, desserts and sandwiches are offered, by the Terry’s daughter Samantha, prepared from old recipe books both British and North American.
Pinecroft's Green Frog Tea Room - www.pinecroft.ca
An Elgin County tradition since 1948, Pinecroft is Canada’s Oldest continuously operating Pottery Studio in Canada, and as well known as it is for it’s quality handmade stoneware mention Pinecroft and the reply might be is that where the tearoom is?
Ruby's Cookhouse - www.rubyscookhouse.com
The story of Ruby is a true testament to the restaurant itself – because in Kansas along an old trail route where Interstate 73 runs south toward Arkansas stands the original Ruby's Cookhouse. Travellers from then and now know that Ruby's Cookhouse is the place with the warmest welcome, the coldest drinks and the best 'undo the top button of your pants' food.
Tasty Sweets Café & Bakery- www.tastysweetscafe.com
Located on the main street of West Lorne, Tasty Sweets offers a variety of breads, delicious desserts, pies, ice cream cakes and custom cakes. In addition to dessert the café style menu features a lighter fare of homemade soup and chili, a variety of salads and entrees.
Windjammer Inn - www.thewindjammerinn.com
On the beaches of Lake Erie rests the Windjammer Inn. The former Shepard House (1854) was built by Samuel Shepard, a prominent local business man and grain merchant. It was noted that his Windjammer Ships were the finest ships to grace Port Stanley’s harbour at the time.