If your taste buds look for new experiences when you travel, you will find no shortage of exciting cuisine at Blue. From restaurants within walking distance, to a short car ride away, anyone who considers themselves a foodie will be right at home. Then again, do you need to be considered a foodie to enjoy a delicious plate of food? We don’t think so. Let us help you take a bite out of the Blue Mountains with these tasty finds.
The Apple Pie Trail is a local delight, spanning from Meaford to Collingwood and stopping at many local gems along the way. The area prides itself with a delicious selection of apple products year-round. Featuring restaurants, local cafés, farmers markets, and orchards, each trail stop offers unique apple delicacies.
For the foodie who enjoys earning their calories, the Apple Pie Trail’s Pedal Paddle adventure (bookable at Guest Services) will satisfy your taste buds and your appetite for living outside. Pedal Paddle takes guests from Blue Mountain to the top of the Escarpment via gondola and includes a self-guided bike tour to a local orchard and bakery followed by a paddle on the Beaver River.
The Pottery Restaurant, located in the Resort’s iconic Blue Mountain Inn, was named after the famous Blue Mountain Pottery pieces originally created after blue clay was discovered during summer work on-hill. The clay proved to be a valuable source of revenue as Blue continued to grow as a ski destination. A great example of local ingenuity, the Pottery Restaurant continues to lean on local resources to develop regionally inspired dishes.
Over 20 eateries and restaurants can be found right within the Blue Mountain Village, which means a wide variety of foodie fare is just outside your hotel room door! Dining in the Blue Mountain Village offers local finds like the fresh-baked treats at Royal Majesty or craft brews like Blue Mountain’s signature Smart Alec Ale, available only in the Blue Mountain Village.