Restaurant

Black Dog Village Pub & Bistro

18 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Shannon & Dan
Shannon & Dan
June 21, 2021
If you're a scotch aficionado this is the place for you. They have a great menu and are always quite busy during the summer. Reservations are suggested to avoid long wait times.
Sally
Sally
February 23, 2021
Excellent food and service.
Katie
Katie
November 21, 2020
Amazing gourmet pub food. Both eat in and take out. Never a disappointment!
Paul
Paul
November 15, 2020
Great patio, drinks and food.
Brian
Brian
July 10, 2020
A local favorite. Nice atmosphere inside or on the patio. Great Food.

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“Bayfield is a quaint village with a strong sailing tradition about 20-30 min north of Grand Bend. The Main Street has historically preserved buildings that house shops, restaurants and artisans. There is also the Little Inn, an upscale inn with fine dining. Don’t forget to grab an ice cream for dessert at their two ice cream shops on either end of town. Check with their Facebook feed for special events, such as carriage rides in the winter. ”
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“Known for being 'Prettiest Town in Canada'. There is much to see and do in this architecturally-rich port town which sits on the bluffs overlooking the shores of Lake Huron. Goderich is well known for its distinctive downtown, an octagonal core known as The Square. While in the ‘square’ you will see directions for the beach. A short drive you will see Lake Huron from the bluffs as you wind down the hill towards 3 beaches all connected. Main, St. Christoper, and Rotary Cove are all connected by a brand new wooden boardwalk. The 1.5 kilometre boardwalk is over 10 feet wide and runs along the waterfront passing by all of the beauty and amenities. Picnic shelters, playgrounds, and public washrooms stand out along these beaches and are the perfect location for a day trip. Check out a unique restaurant: Beach Street Station. The Canadian Pacific Railway CPR Station in the Goderich Harbour was built in 1907, and ceased passenger service to Goderich in 1956. It was then moved down to the beach front in 2013 after three months preparation. This 400 ton, triple brick landmark was raised up and over a three day period was delivered safely to its present location. Hours: Monday: 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM Tuesday: 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM Wednesday: 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM Thursday: 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM Friday: 11:30 AM - 9:00 PM Saturday: 11:30 AM - 9:00 PM Sunday: 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM ”
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Location
5 Main Street South
ON, N0M 1G0
Phone(519) 565-2326