Nice dinner, near Cloyne?
I know its kinda in the middle of no where, but my fiancee and I are renting a cottage up there for our honeymoon and I would like to have a nice dinner one night. Any recos would be great!
Or anywhere around there
LOL, no one knows Cloyne !
But happily it is right near my cottage of 35 years. Unfortunately the choices are not plentiful.
Snider's Restaurant just north of Cloyne - good for decent road food if you're thinking hot beef sandwich for dinner.
The Swiss Inn in Denbigh, about 1/2 hour up the highway - Probably as close to a real restaurant as you will find. If you call ahead they will do fondue. Quality is a relative thing. http://www.swissinn.northcom.net/Menu...
Marble Lake Lodge just off the 506 - Nice view of lake, pretty ho hum menu.
Captain John's Fish and Chips in Northbrook - Does a passable fish and chips
Trappers Lounge / Northbrook Hotel in Northbrook - My neighbour's tell me they do a good brunch and it is not as dodgey as it looks from the outside
Keep an eye for signs in the stores for church dinners, especially in Flinton. That the real ticket to good chow.
So at the end of the day, let's just say you are not spoiled for choice. My choice is to pick up a steak from Morris, the excellent butcher, at Cloyne Village Foods and throw it on the BBQ.
Have a great time, it is beautiful country and don't forget to climb the rock.
Just got the word from Dad who was at the Flinton church dinner last weekend and claimed it to be delicious, especially the all you can eat pie. $10
There won't be another in Flinton until the fall but there should be some upcoming in Ardoch and Harlowe.
Wiley - I'll certainly check out the Twin Oaks Lodge. Sounds good.
Been going to the area, and Twin Oaks, since I was in utero, nearly 50 years ago. The food is excellent, truly homemade, and the view from their dining room is wonderful. Hundreds of families have vacationed there and eaten in that dining room, going back three generations. Call Carla and tell her you want to start some family memories of your own.