Photo courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort
Something for Everyone
To be fair, this is not the most romantic dinner spot in Blue Mountain Village, given the fact that it’s located in a family-friendly resort, but come evening they do dim the lights.
And the ambiance is attractive: soaring ceilings, huge windows, white furnishings with natural wood tables, a combination of classical and modern accents, and a great patio with nice view of both the Millpond and Georgian Bay.
Add in the fact that they’re already part of a culinary tradition—the founders, Oliver and Bonacini, first made a name for themselves in downtown Toronto—and you’ve got a great dining experience.
Menu is an intriguing blend of comfort food and classic dishes: you can go for the rack of lamb while one of your fam orders the restaurant’s unique take on the cheeseburger. Another fun case in point: BBQ duck pizza.
O & B is not your usual hotel dining room.