‘That little place by the lights’ – those are the directions you get for a great place to eat. However, in this instance, it’s also the name of the restaurant locals will point you to for great food in cottage country. That Little Place by the Lights, located in Huntsville, offers guests homemade pasta, delicious lasagna, salads, and wonderful service. The place is small and yummy food is served without a lot of fanfare. If you love Italian food, this is the place to search out.

Seafood lovers in the group will be delighted with Just for the Halibut, located in Bobcaygeon. Come in for a First Mate’s Platter, which comes with fish, chips, shrimp, and scallops. A healthier option would be the Bacon Crusted Salmon. This place also serves bangers and mash, a good selection of beer, and even dessert poutine. Great for everyone in your group.

Nolan’s Restaurant is perfect for an intimate dining experience. Be seated on the front porch of this old home-turned-restaurant, or you could choose a table on the patio. Inside, the atmosphere is lovely. Get a table in front of the fireplace to enjoy your walnut-crusted teriyaki salmon. You can have a homemade Reuben or Schnitzel. Top off your meal with sticky toffee pudding. Everything is homemade and great attention is given to your service.

If you want ‘mom’s-home-cooking’ flavour, head over to Haliburton to find great comfort food at Maple Avenue Tap and Grill. Liver and onions are perfectly cooked. Try some fall-off-the-bone ribs, and prime rib with all of the fixings – and those are just some of the menu items. Breakfast is hearty stick-to-your-ribs food like eggs, hashbrowns, ham slices, and biscuits.

Come and eat your fill of the delicious options in the cottage country of Ontario. Cottage country awaits in the Canadian great outdoors. CanadaStays can help you find the perfect Bobcaygeon cottage rentals or even try a renting a cottage in Haliburton to best suit the needs for your family. Plan your march break vacation today and even browse through tons of vacation rentals in Ontario.

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