When you visit Pelee Island, you can indulge in local, artisanal food and drink or stop for a quick bite at one of the area’s cafes or grills.
Stone House 1891
Ice-cold Canadian craft beer, local Ontario wines and delicious handmade cocktails, combined with awesome views, great music and relaxed friendly service. They serve up tasty farm-to-table dishes and cocktails, all made from scratch with ingredients sourced from Island and regional farms and markets. They use a 800° wood-burning oven because everything just tastes better that way. All this goodness is served up to you as you kick up your feet on our lakefront deck, play games on the outdoor patio or dine in our fancy barn.
For details, visit www.stonehouse1891.com.
The Bakery, Pizzeria and Gourmet Catering
A fantastic way to start your day! Get going with a cup of their delicious Pelee blend coffee and try one of their fresh baked pastries or breakfast items before you begin your day touring the Island. Come back for lunch and try one of their famous sandwiches, soups or fresh selection of unique salads. The Bakery has a variety of deli meats and cheeses, sunflower bread, fudge, pastries, savoury pastries, and vegetarian options, pizza and much more.
For details, visit www.the islandbakery.ca
The Westview Tavern
Located directly across from the Ferry Dock, which makes it a great choice for your first stop upon arrival and your last stop upon departure. The Tavern has a very rich History on Pelee Island and has been a local hot spot for many years . . . “If those bar stools could talk”. Grab a seat at the bar or in their lake front dinning room, play a game of pool, enjoy a drink on the patio, enjoy a nice lunch or dinner, and even order ahead to take something to go for your ferry ride or picnic on the beach. Find them on Facebook.
The Anchor & Wheel Inn
The true island atmosphere, menu and hospitality are sure to please. Entering the restaurant you feel like you have just landed on a Caribbean Island. Along with seasonal deck dining, and Island music playing and Island decor in the dining room you will definitely feel you have escaped the mainland to an Island in the Canadian keys.
For details, visit www.anchorwheelinn.com.
The Pelee Island Winery Pavilion
The hub of activity on the island during the spring, summer and fall. Join Explore Pelee for an interactive wine tour, wine tasting at the tasting bar and browse the gift shop where you can purchase unique items including gift baskets ready-to-go or custom made. Relax in the outdoor wine garden with a glass of wine while you enjoy the surroundings of the vineyard overlooking Lake Erie. Light snacks and “you BBQ” items available at the Deli Hut will compliment your wine of choice while you enjoy live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
For details, visit www.peleeisland.com.