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We partner with a variety of local producers and suppliers to ensure consistent access to top quality ingredients year-round. It is more challenging to source seasonal produce in a province that only has one outdoor growing season for 5 or 6 months, but it forces creativity and we launch a completely new menu every 3 months with many substitutions in between. We are also proud to support our Ontario winemakers and grape growers.
More information will be available shortly, but some of our partners are listed below.
Amsterdam Brewing Company
We support local partners of all types!
LINK to Amsterdam Brewing
Cave Spring Cellars
The origins of fine wine .
LINK to Cave Spring
Cheese Boutique was started in 1970 as a humble mom and pop corner store on Bloor Street.
LINK to Cheese Boutique
Cookstown Greens ecologically grows specialty organic produce.
LINK to Cookstown Greens
Fresh Herbs by Daniel
Following numerous years of research, we have perfected what can be called a “semi-hydroponic” growing system, which is one of a kind in North America.
LINK to Fresh Herbs by Daniel
The Granite Brewery uses wholly natural ingredients in its brewing process.
LINK to Granite Brewery
The Greenbelt's 1.8 million acres (728,000 hectares) wraps around the
Link to The Greenbelt
Hidden Bench Vineyards and Winer
Hidden Bench Vineyards and Winery is an artisanal winery dedicated
LINK to Hidden Bench
Leavoy Rowe Beef is a Federally Inspected (Establishment #577), HACCP recognized, full-line meat purveyor.
LINK to Leavoy Rowe
Northern Woods Specialty Mushrooms
Markus and his young family supply some of the best restaurants in the city with mushrooms year-round.
MAP to Northern Woods
Rosehall Run Vineyards
Located on Greer Road in the heart of the Hillier Wine District of Prince Edward County, Rosehall Run opened its Winery doors in 2006.
LINK to Rosehall Run
Second Wind Elk
Second Wind supplies Globe Bistro and earth Restaurants with whole sides of elk venison.
Article on Second Wind Elk (156K)
Steam Whistle Brewing
The Steam Whistle story begins in the spring of 1998 when three friends were on a canoe trip in the Ontario heartland.
LINK to Steam Whistle
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