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Address: 541 Barton St., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8L 2Z2

541 Eatery and Exchange offers locally sourced homemade food at prices everyone can afford. Meet new friends, volunteer, buy a button for someone! We are an eatery; offering fresh, homemade meals and baked goods in the heart of Hamilton. We are committed to providing food that is affordable, nutritious and family-friendly. We are a place of exchange; where ideas are shared and where people can engage with one another. We will use our space and the proceeds from food sales to facilitate educational community initiatives such as a homework club, a youth employment program and other skills training opportunities.

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Address: 755 Jones Road, Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada, P1P1R1

Located in beautiful Muskoka countryside – yet only 4 km to Gravenhurst – enjoy peace and relaxation in our en-suite rooms, enjoy nature whilst soaking in the hot tub located in screened in Muskoka room and a hearty healthy breakfast before you start your days adventure. High speed wifi available throughout the property.

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Address: 534 Notre Dame St., Belle River, Ontario, Canada, N0R1A0

Your local grocer! Store services include custom cut meats, party platters, delivery services, greeting cards, gift baskets, steam cleaner rental, and carry out services.

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Address: 132 Bridge St, Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada, K7C2V5

Located on idyllic Bridge Street, Black Tartan Kitchen is a casual fine dining restaurant, known for its elegant and inviting dining room and exceptional food and service. We provide an intimate, relaxed and local dining experience to be enjoyed on any occasion. Our menu reflects the current season and showcases products predominantly from the bountiful Lanark County. The wine and beer lists have been tailored to compliment the cuisine which can best be described as “Canadian Contemporary”; Classic French roots with varying influences all presented with a modern touch. We provide the most comfortable and satisfying dining experience. We look forward to seeing you in our kitchen!

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Address: 1 Purvis Dr, Gore Bay, Ontario, Canada, P0P 1H0

Buoys Eatery is located on the wonderful Gore Bay waterfront on Manitoulin Island. Our dining room and patio have a great view of the harbour and marina. We specialize in local foods and make much of our food from scratch using local growers and suppliers. Enjoy our fresh made pizza or pastas, local fish dishes and local desserts. Have a beverage and enjoy the scenery, go for a dip at the swim beach or check out the boardwalk. Gore Bay has many wonderful bike friendly B & BS and shopping opportunities.

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Address: 2804 Lakeshore Road East, Orillia, ON, L3V 6H1

A beautiful location to stop for a break. Just off the Mellinium trail at the 14 concession of Oro Medonte. Glide down the hill to the lake for a refreshing drink, quick snack or even a lunch break. Specialty of the house is Home Made Soups or Chili. Lots of options on the menu to choose from. You will love the scenery and friendly atmosphere. Bike racks available. Bike repair kits on hand, including air.

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Address: 1186 Greer Road, Wellington, Ontario, Canada, K0K 3L0

Welocme Friends! We have based our wine and services on a simple philosophy – “Good wine, good food, good friends, and a great location!” Throw in some overtones of culture and heritage and we give you CASA-DEA Estates Winery. I invite you to Prince Edward County to visit us, we look forward to seeing you and providing you with an experience filled with passion, tradition and inspiration. Enjoy, Escape, Explore and Experience Casa-Dea Estates Winery blends passion, tradition and inspiration from the beautiful surroundings of our idyllic settings, to craft wines that invite curiosity and tempt the palate. Casa-Dea opened in the Spring of 2009 with a passionate new winemaker who’s been creating our new wines. Our grapes are harvested, with love, from our two vineyards. County soil is famous for producing grapes with excellent fruit concentration due to its good structure, ample drainage, shale and minerals resulting in healthy development of vines and fruit with character. Come on in for a wine tasting and tour. We’re here for the Love of Wine, Food, The County and You! Located just West of the quaint Village of Wellington, We’re OPEN DAILY: Wine Tastings 11am – 6 pm. Lunch, Wednesday to Sunday 11am – 4pm. Saturday Evening Dining 6pm -10pm. For Reservations call 613.399.3939. Enjoy, Escape, Explore and Experience Casa-Dea Estates Winery. We’re Looking Forward to Meeting You!

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Address: 19349 Opeongo Line, Barry’s Bay, Ontario, Canada, K0J 1B0

Enjoy a tasty, friendly break at Charlie D’s as you tour! Our chip truck features many of Bev’s special concoctions, along with our poutines with personality, and Ullrich’s Deli sausages. Our varied burgers will fill you up for the next leg of your ride. We’ve got healthy treats too, like our chicken caesar salad and yummy veggie burger. Relax at our yellow picnic tables where you can have your bikes right with you. Head inside the store to see Charlie D and he’ll scoop you some great old-fashioned ice cream from Tracey’s, in Renfrew. It’s delish and Charlie’s always happy to give tastes so you can decide on your flavour.

Stay for as long as you like, use our wifi, pick up some info, fill up your water bottles, and we’ll do our best to satisfy whatever else you need! We’re right on highway 60 on the east side of Barry’s Bay. See you soon! Charlie D and the crew

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Address: 400 Exmouth St., Sarnia, Ontario, Canada, N7T 5N6

Coffee Lodge at the corner of Exmouth and Colbourne offers cold drinks, delicious lunch fare and exceptional coffees from around the world. Stop by for a rest and use our WiFi or visit with our friendly staff.

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Address: 4119 Petrolia Line, Petrolia, Ontario, Canada, N0N 1R0

Coffee Lodge in downtown historic Petrolia offers cold drinks, delicious lunch fare and exceptional coffees from around the world. Stop by for a rest and use our WiFi or visit with our friendly staff.

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Address: 270 Sherman Avenue North, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, M6R 1V9

The Cotton Factory is the perfect place to securely lock your bike or borrow a Sobi bike. then check out our circa 1900 Cotton Factory that has been repurposed into an industrial strength, creative community of makers and artisans. Open Monday to Friday and some weekends. Lunch is available for purchase from 12 – 2 weekdays on the 3rd floor.

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Address: 1648 Taunton Rd E, Hampton, Ontario, Canada, L0B1J0

Brewing fresh coffees and serving Organic, Fair trade Teas. Fresh baked goods, wholesome soups and homemade chili, made with local farm raised extra lean beef. The best mini-carrot cakes :) Ice-cream

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Address: 14226 Talbot Trail, Palmyra, Ontario, Canada, N0L 1X0

Originally, built around 1898, this unique 8-sided barn was  built for stabling animals, but was left empty for years until Susanne Spence-Wilkins saw it and made plans of her own.

With a dream to make it “more than a garden centre, more than a store”, Susanne and her team, consisting of family and friends in the community, have created a very special “Garden Inspiration Centre”. 

The café is very popular with locals and bike-by guests alike.  Every day the kitchen prepares a sandwich made with fresh baked bread, oven-roasted meat and fillings; large or small chef’s salad; a soup made-from-scratch with local ingredients; and a butter tart or piece of pie. The cafe now has an expanded menu and offers free WiFi!

And don’t miss out on the ice cream! Made locally at Shaw’s Ice Cream in Port Stanley. Hand-scooped and delicious.

Cyclists most welcome!

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Address: 357 Queen St, Harrow, Ontario, Canada, N0R 1G0

Serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, and soft ice cream. We offer free access to washrooms and water with outside covered sitting areas as well as indoor seating.

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Address: 93 Jury Drive, Penetanguishene, Ontario, Canada, L9M 1G1

A naval and military past Discovery Harbour traces its roots back to the original British naval and military base in Penetanguishene, built to safeguard access to Upper Canada after the War of 1812. \”His Majesty’s Naval Establishment on Lake Huron\”, (as it was first called) kept ships prepared to supply British posts to the northwest. By 1820, it was home to over 70 people, including sailors, officers, shipwrights, and soldiers. Five large ships, 15 smaller vessels, and numerous workshops and dwellings were built. In 1828, a British garrison on Drummond Island was relocated to Penetanguishene. By 1834, Canada was defended exclusively by these forces. An impressive stone Officers’ Quarters was built in 1845. The military occupied the site until 1856.