Culinary & Local Food

Try our world champion maple syrup and award-winning garlic as you explore Lanark County. Top Food Festivals include the Lanark County Harvest Festival (September), the Perth Garlic Festival (August), Maple Weekend (April) and the Annual Festival of the Maples (April).

Restaurants that specialize in local food:

Places to buy local food:

Made in Lanark County:

 

Allergy Sensitive Establishments: 
Below is a shortlist of eateries that accommodate food sensitivities and allergies, organized by community for your convenience. 

In Perth:
Michael’s Table – gluten-free, vegetarian – on the regular menu
The Stone Cellar – gluten-free and vegetarian – will modify by request
Fieldhouse – gluten-free, vegetarian/vegan – on the regular menu
Bistro 54 – vegetarian, gluten-free – on the regular menu
Rocky River Café – gluten-free – will modify by request
Picnik – gluten-free, vegetarian options on the regular menu

In Pakenham:
Fulton’s Pancake House (seasonal) – gluten-free, – will modify by request

In Almonte:
Mill Street Creperie – gluten-free, vegetarian
Heirloom Bistro – vegetarian, some (limited) gluten-free
Café Postino – gluten-free, vegetarian- on the regular menu
North Market  – vegetarian on the menu

In Carleton Place:
Cabano Kitchen – gluten-free
The Good Food Co. – gluten-free, vegetarian/vegan
Black Tartan Kitchen – vegetarian, very few gluten-free options

In Drummond/North Elmsley:
Law & Orders – gluten-free – on the regular menu
Temple’s Sugar Camp Restaurant – gluten-free, open seasonally – will modify by request

In Tay Valley:
Fall River Restaurant  – gluten-free, vegetarian  – will modify by request
Maberly Bakery and Café  – gluten-free, vegetarian – on the regular menu

In Lanark:
Lanark Pizzeria – gluten free, vegetarian option – will modify by request

In Smiths Falls:
Noal Pantry – allergen free  – will modify by request
Chuckles Jack – dairy free  – will modify by request

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