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10 Tiny Towns with BIG Ontario Appeal
–Agatha Podgorski, Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance, April 1, 2016
Ontario is a BIG, big place — it spans over 1800km tip to tail. That’s why it’s all the more impressive that these tiny towns, some just one street long, have commandeered such a large part of our collective heart.
From insanely good street food to big city style dining to terroir driven microbrews, each has it’s own unique charm.
Exploring Canada’s Fertile Niagara Wine Region
JORDAN, Ontario — Wine country on the Niagara Peninsula of Ontario, Canada, may sound a little incongruous. But the area about a half-hour west of Buffalo is home to a wine region of depth, diversity and distinction.
And as delicious as the local ice wine may be, it alone does not tell the story of the region, any more than Sauternes defines Bordeaux. Finally, dry table wines are coming from a country better known for polar bears than for pinot noirs.
Decanter travel guide: Niagara Peninsula, Canada
–February 16, 2016
For the quintessential Canadian wine experience, the annual Niagara Icewine Festival is in a league of its own. Held over three weeks every January, this most frigid of fêtes is the perfect starting point for exploring the Niagara Peninsula, currently one of the world’s hottest cool-climate regions.
Top 100 Best Restaurants in Canada
–TORONTO, March 26, 2015
As voted by OpenTable Diners
It’s been said that success is the sum of small efforts repeated every day. The Top 100 Best Restaurants in Canada represent the establishments where creativity, consistency, and hospitality meet at every meal, every day. The list of honourees is based on an analysis of more than 275,000 reviews of approximately 1,500 restaurants across the country — all submitted by verified diners.
Niagara Region: Wine Your Way Through Fall Foliage
–Jane MacLean, About Travel, September 29, 2015
If you like your fall foliage with a side of wine, culture and heritage, the area around the Niagara Wine Region is the drive for you.
Begin your drive in Niagara Falls following the Niagara Parkway that runs aside the Niagara Gorge. Head first to Niagara-on-the-Lake where you will no doubt be compelled to get out of your car for a stroll amongst the charming heritage homes and main street.
Upon leaving Niagara-on-the-Lake, let your own tastes dictate your drive.