Our waiter brought the dogs a water bowl and we ordered our dinner: Chilled Watermelon Soup with Feta Cheese and Mint,
a Leak and Cheese Torte,
Duck with New Potatoes and Wax Beans in a blueberry worcester sauce
… Oops! That’s not what’s in that photo!… and a Chocolate Pate for desert.
This place was 5-stars in our book, the food was incredible and the service was perfect.
Duke and Goblin provided the dinner show for everyone. They just looked around the entire time, watching the finches hop around the ground picking up scraps. At one point Goblin lay his head on Duke’s back as they both watched a finch hop within 2 feet of them. You could almost hear a collective “Awww” from the people around us. I was starting to notice how many people were watching our dogs and smiling at us. It was funny, but still a little creepy. I think it’s always a little creepy when a Canadian stares at you, you never quite know what they want you to do next.
On our way out of town we decided to drive along Lake Ontario on the scenic route. It wasn’t well labeled but we found our way by staying along the coast. It was starting to get late and soon it would be sunset so we continued along the water until we found a park, Island View Park and took the dogs out to let them play. We had a great time running and teasing them with their leashes until it was time to get back on the road.