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About Barrie

Barrie is a city in Ontario, Canada about one hour north of Toronto on the shore of Lake Simcoe. It is known for its waterfront, beaches and proximity to outdoor activities year-round.  By Kempfield Bay you can see the  “Spirit Catcher” - a large, birdlike sculpture on the waterfront. The Simcoe County Museum has local history displays, including a furnished 1920s cottage.

Barrie has a number of restaurants, bars and a few nightclubs close to the waterfront on Dunlop St. and more on Bayfield St. that intersects Dunlop at the Five Corners that forms the centre of Barrie. Hotels are mostly close to where Highway 400 crosses through Barrie, particularly around Dunlop St. and Essa Rd.

Travel from Toronto and the GTA  is about a 1-hour trip by car up Highway 400 or with the regular GO Train or GO Buses running to and from Union Station in Toronto.


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A guide to restaurants and bars in Barrie, Ontario. Covers everything from romantic Italian spots, summer patios to late-night eats. Continue reading →
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Barrie Restaurant Guide

A guide to restaurants and bars in Barrie, Ontario. Covers everything from romantic Italian spots, summer patios to late-night eats.

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Chef Michael Smith shucked me an oyster! I watched alongside a handful of Georgian College Culinary Students, who were eager to learn from the master, as he expertly slipped a sharp blade into a crusty mollusk. A splash of vodka, a squeeze of lemon and I slurped the beasty down! Continue reading →
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Simcoe Hospitality Awards 2015

Chef Michael Smith shucked me an oyster! I watched alongside a handful of Georgian College Culinary Students, who were eager to learn from the master, as he expertly slipped a sharp blade into a crusty mollusk. A splash of vodka, a squeeze of lemon and I slurped the beasty down!

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An orderly line of wine bottles graces the entrance, classically styled paintings adorn the walls, the service is formal, the menu filled with tempting time honoured standards. Continue reading →
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Il Buco Ristorante

An orderly line of wine bottles graces the entrance, classically styled paintings adorn the walls, the service is formal, the menu filled with tempting time honoured standards.

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Barrie is a wonderful city with a vibrant downtown core that sparkles with energy in all four seasons. Winterfest, the annual February event is serenaded by the February Blues, the Bluesy Jazzy brainchild of Robin Munro and we are richer for it. Continue reading →
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The February Blues XVIII

Barrie is a wonderful city with a vibrant downtown core that sparkles with energy in all four seasons. Winterfest, the annual February event is serenaded by the February Blues, the Bluesy Jazzy brainchild of Robin Munro and we are richer for it.

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