Looking for the top restaurants in Blue Mountain? Blue Mountain makes a great weekend getaway or even an extended getaway with the family. If you are not up to cooking, there are some fabulous restaurants you can dine at in Blue Mountain. There is something to suit everyone’s palate.
Restaurants in Blue Mountain to Dine at During Your Visit
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Regardless if you are heading to Blue Mountain during the summer months or during the winter, you will find some favourites that you will return to no matter what season. Who can resist beaver tails or decadent ice cream or coffee treats?
Sunset Grill for Breakfast
Sunset Grill is the ultimate stop for breakfast. They have a wonderful menu with some delicious breakfast choices everything from the traditional bacon and eggs, omelets, egg sandwiches, and if you have a sweet tooth, definately order the fluffy blueberry pancakes.
Head to Thornbury Cider for Tastings
90 King Street East, Thornbury, N0H 2P0
Okay, well not really a restaurant but it is definitely worth a stop in the Town of the Blue Mountains before heading over to Blue Mountain Village. Tour the newest Ciderhouse in Thornbury and sample some of their tasty varieties of cider. With Grey County producing 23% of Ontario’s apples, it is understandable that the region has become a bit of a hub for cideries. My favorite was the blueberry.
162 Jozo Weider Blvd, The Blue Mountains
Firehall Pizza is a great restaurant located in the Village. Try the Old Faithful burger and make sure to order the sweet potato fries or opt for one of their pizzas like the Sexy Texy Mexy. Wash it all down with their new Winter Sangria, a tribute to Grey County’s Apple Pie Trail and made with local apple cider pressed by Goldsmith’s Orchard Market.
Royal Majesty Espresso Bar and Bakery
190 Jozo Weider Blvd #9, The Blue Mountains
If you are looking for an afternoon pick me up or just want to warm up then head to Royal Majesty Espresso Bar and Bakery. The Smore’s coffee is a hit and will literally have you licking your cup. They also have a great selection of sandwiches and delicious donuts if you are looking for a quick lunch or afternoon snack.
Try the Infamous Beaver Tails
170 Jozo Weider Blvd, The Blue Mountains
No visit to Blue Mountain is complete without stopping by for some delicious Beaver Tails. My personal favorite is the hazelnut spread but the sugar and cinnamon seemed to be just as popular. They have so many great selections to choose from.
Copper Blues Bar and Grill
156 Jozo Weider Blvd, The Blue Mountains
Copper Blues Bar and Grill is located in the heart of the village, you will be able to a savor dinner and take in all the sights of the Village from a patio window. I would highly recommend the Sea Bass with key lime rub, basmati rice, and seasonal vegetables. If you have room for dessert, the flourless chocolate cake is a hit and might have you licking the plate.
Dinner at Oliver and Bonacini
This restaurant is located in the Westin Trillium House. The restaurant is a chic, upscale eatery where you can enjoy diverse menu items. The dining room has cozy tables seated by the fire in the winter and breezy pond-side terrace seating in the summer.
The menu changes seasonally but we enjoyed the fire-roasted octopus, followed by oven-roasted pickerel and roasted salmon. We made sure to leave room for dessert. Who can resist Oliver’s famous carrot cake and s’mores? Everything was delicious and the service was wonderful.