Four Best Restaurants in Bracebridge
When enjoying the countless Muskoka activities during vacation, you’re bound to work up an appetite! Luckily, the best restaurants in Bracebridge are located near Patterson Kaye Resort. Whether you’re craving international cuisine, upscale dishes, or comfort food, you’ll find it all and more in Bracebridge. Our team selected the best four Bracebridge restaurants for you to try while on vacation. Stop searching for “restaurants near me” and start hunting down a ride!
The Old Station Restaurant
Location: 88 Manitoba Street
Since 1985, The Old Station Restaurant has been a locals’ and visitors’ favourite place to eat. Some of their famous meals include slow-roasted prime rib dinner, pan roast rainbow trout, and bone-in rib-eye steak. While the mouthwatering dishes are a wonderful site, The Old Station Restaurant’s interior decor is easy on the eyes as well. A large, iconic maple tree sits in the center of the wood-paneled room with a welcoming fireplace positioned just outside. During the summer months, guests enjoy sitting on the restaurant’s wrap-around deck.
Location: 3 Ecclestone Drive
Riverwalk in Bracebridge is continually changing its menu to include new, creative dishes. The main courses include locally sourced, seasonal ingredients, such as Johnson’s Cranberry marsh dried cranberries, Muskoka potatoes, Grana Padano, Poppa Jim’s honey, and more! Riverwalk is also recognized for its proximity to Bracebridge Falls—you’ll have gorgeous views during dinner!
Location: 295 Wellington Street North
After a long day of fun in the sun, head over to Wabora in Bracebridge. The menu offers Japanese/Korean-influenced dishes, such as bento boxes, sushi rolls, bulgogi, and teriyaki steak. Most guests visit Wabora for their list of 40 sushi rolls. As if their menu doesn’t sound exciting enough, Wabora is a licensed hibachi restaurant.
Location: 155 Manitoba Street
Just because you’re vacationing in Bracebridge, Ontario, doesn’t mean you can’t have Mexican cuisine! In fact, we know the best Mexican eatery around, El Pueblito. Kick-off your fiesta with a monstrous margarita and homemade guacamole. Which often is followed by Muskoka’s legendary burrito. El Pueblito is especially spirited on Taco Tuesdays. When there are $4 tacos and regular fun events, it’s no wonder why El Pueblito often has lengthy lines. Beat the impossible wait times this summer and make your reservation ahead of time.
After stuffing yourself to the gills, head back to Patterson Kaye Resort for a relaxing evening. Take advantage of our multiple waterfront decks, beaches, swimming pool, and hot tub. For more information, talk to our friendly staff by calling 855-645-4169.