About The Huron Club:
Serving an eclectic menu with internationally inspired dishes, the Huron Club can be found on 94 Pine Street in Collingwood, Ontario. The original Huron Club was founded in 1880, as a gathering place for ship captains and town leaders, and the current Huron Club was opened in 2010, in almost the same location.
There is street side parking for both cars and bikes near the place. This place takes reservations and has private dining rooms available. There are free Wi-Fi and TV in the restaurant, and of course, full bar with plenty of drink options. The Huron Club is a good place to go with your friends or family, as there is live music on top of the excellent food they serve here.
The place serves lunch and dinner seven days a week, and it takes reservations. It opens every day at 11.30 AM, and depending on the day, closes at 10 PM on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, 11 PM on Wednesday and Thursday and 11.30 on Friday and Saturday.
From the many online reviews on Google Reviews, Trip Advisor and Yelp, I was able to create the following list of pros and cons of the Huron Club.
- Locally sourced produce
- Seasonally changing menu
- Great drinks selections
- Live music
- Varied menu
- Notes about slow service on occasion
The Huron Club was opened in 2010, on the foundation of a previous Huron Club, which was a place where ship captains used to hang out in the late 1880s. The place is very nicely decorated, with exposed brick walls, red and cream-coloured walls and plenty of art on them. The restaurant section has wooden tables and chairs, and hardwood floors which feature lovely oriental rugs.
The bar section has tile floors, high chairs and a nice wooden bar with a lot of barstools. On the second floor, there's private dining rooms and an events room that can even be used as a conference space. Out back, there is a patio with plenty of seating.
The Huron Club menu is seasonally changing, and the current offer holds items like soups, salads, and appetisers made predominantly from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. There are snacks, shareable dishes and handheld items like burgers. The main dishes include roasted gnocchi, penne, fish and chips, seared rout and rice and green curry.
On Sundays, this place serves brunch from 10.30 AM to 4 PM, with a special brunch menu offering soups, salads, mains, and speciality brunch dishes. There is live music on Thursday to Saturday, starting from 8 PM, and usually featuring local artists.
The Huron Club serves an excellent selection of drinks, local craft beers, import beers, various cocktails, and domestic and imported wines. Overall, this is an excellent place to take your date or have a nice celebratory dinner. The warm atmosphere and welcoming, friendly staff, make everyone feel welcomed at the Huron Club.
Open seven days a week, 11 am to midnight. Reservations recommended but not required. A private room is available upstairs for functions up to 55 people.