About Town & Country Steakhouse:
One of the oldest continuously open eating establishments in Barrie, Town & Country Steakhouse has been around since 1973. This is an interesting mix between a classic steakhouse and a seafood-serving restaurant and is located on 76 Dunlop Street in Downtown Barrie.
The Town & Country Steakhouse caters to lunch and dinner crowds, and they serve a standard lunch menu, along with made-to-order specialities. The menu offers different types of salads, sandwiches and several entrees. The main menu, however, includes nicely sized portions of steaks, ribs, chicken, and seafood.
The Town & Country Steakhouse has a very large wine list, and the customers get to select from over 150 labels. There is a large selection of imported wines from many wine regions across the globe, as well as several Canadian brands.
This place is open for lunch and dinner, on Sundays and Mondays from 5 PM to 9 PM, Tuesday to Friday from 11:30 AM to 10 PM, and on Saturdays from 5 PM to 10 PM. You can pay for your meal with any type of credit or debit card or you can stick to cash.
This place has been around for 45 years, and during that time, there have been some very satisfied, and some dissatisfied customers.
- Good sized portions
- Inviting décor
- Good meats and seafood selection
- House-made dressings
- Family-run business
- A bit on the expensive side
The Town & Country Steakhouse in Barrie has been working since 1973, and it has recently celebrated its 45th birthday. The interior is mainly wooden décor, which one would expect from a classic steakhouse. It is warm, inviting, with pleasant accents and a comfortable atmosphere. The fireplace is especially nice, and one can spend a romantic dinner in front of it.
The bar and dining areas are separated with an interesting “wall of wine” where the customers can see all the different wine labels the restaurant offers. One can easily get to the restaurant and find free parking in front, and get to enjoy good food. It is large enough to accommodate crowds, and it caters and hosts various events with up to 75 people. You can make a reservation and walk-ins are welcome.
The owner and chef, Steve is from Greek origin, which can be noticed by the food he prepares, as there are the Greek salad and a variety of Greek and Mediterranean influences, like the tzatziki dip and saganaki. The portions are usually on the larger side, and many people have reported that they have trouble finishing the large meal. If you are thinking of visiting this place, then you need to taste their home-made old-fashioned garlic bread.