Stopped here for lunch on a whim while driving between Burlington and Guelph where we were visiting. It's classed as Burlington but it really is quite a ways out of town, in the country and perhaps half way between the city and the 401 on Guelph Line. A beautiful, sunny and warm day and we ate on the patio which is nicely tucked away from the road. They have a nice selection of beers; we both had draft organic beer from Nickel Brook, a craft brewery in Burlington.
To eat, we both went for a panini sandwich containing smoked chicken breast (roasted, not deli slices) with white cheddar and sliced apples. Quite tasty and lots of it. Service was quick and efficient. The only somewhat down side is it's fairly pricy; 2 beers and the sandwiches plus tax and tip came to a little over $60.
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