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Overnight in Elora - where to eat?

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Nyleve Apr 25, 2007 05:26 PM

Anything goes. I've never been there before - would love some suggestions.

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    Snarf Apr 26, 2007 06:10 AM

    You will be right between two fairly good high end places (if that is what you're looking for). The Millcroft Inn near Alton is very good, with a good wine list. South of Kitchener, Langdon Hall has both a high end restaurant as well as a good pub menu (burger with a slice of foie gras).

    Closer to town, I've heard good things about the Elora Mill, which has both a high end and bistro menu, but haven't tried it yet. If nothing else, it's scenic enough to stop for a beverage.

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      industry worker Apr 26, 2007 07:14 AM

      I was out there last summer. The Elora Mill had a great menu but I was overruled by my girlfriend.
      We ended up at Baileys. Food was good. Much better than I expected. And the wine list is a joke. Not for what's on it, but what they charge.Very low markups.

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        Nyleve Apr 26, 2007 11:03 AM

        Sounds like Bailey's might be just the ticket. We're looking for good food, wine and nothing too posh. Will tell you how it went - thanks!

    2. thought_for_food Apr 26, 2007 06:00 AM

      I had a really nice lunch in a cute cafe there once. I can't remember its name (sorry), but it is on the main street, has charming mis-matched furniture, and is very reasonably-priced. I think all the food is vegetarian.

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