Think of your favourite Canadian winters. Calm snowflakes falling to the ground, crisp cold air, skating with hot coco in your mittens and best of all – maple syrup. Richardson’s Family Farm understands the importance of celebrating this honoured local tradition and has used it to share a perfectly crafted experience, from their family to yours.
Trip Inspiration | Food & Drink
Did you know Ontario’s Southwest is situated on the same latitudinal plain as Northern California? This makes the region home to some of Canada’s most fertile farmland and a rapidly evolving wine, craft beer and farm-to-table scene.
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 11:00 AM by Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Narrowing down where to go for lunch or dinner can sometimes be difficult with all the great places in the community. We’ve cultivated a list of the top restaurants based on TripAdvisor reviews by those who've checked them out from all over Ontario’s Southwest to make narrowing down a place easier!
You may know St. Thomas for its impressive railway history. Or maybe you’ve stopped by to take a photo with Jumbo the Elephant. What you may not know is that there’s a lot more going on St. Thomas, and all of it’s delicious.
Arienne Parzei travelled around Ontario's Southwest to find some of the best Culinary Trails this region has to offer and documented that journey in four episodes! Watch the videos below and see what the Culinary Trails in Ontario’s Southwest have to offer:
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 2:00 PM by Travelling Foodie
Raymond, or as he's more commonly known as, The Travelling Foodie, spent the weekend in Norfolk County trying out delicious foods, having some outdoor fun, and spent some time relaxing with a glass of wine!
The travelling foodie, Raymond, dove deep into the Oxford County Cheese Trail, tasting various mouth-watering cheeses, to cheese-based dishes, and he even got to experience some of the vast heritage the Cheese Trail has to offer.