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You can pick up a hard copy of Eatdrink magazine, while supplies last, at these locations:

Heritage Line Herbs
Pinecroft Inn
The Black Dog
Clair On The Square
The Lake House of Bayfield
The Little Inn
Village Bookshop
Blue Water
Brentwood on the Beach
Blyth Festival Theatre
Cowbell Brewing Co.
Queens Bakery
The Old Mill
Bayside Brewing Co
Early Acres Winery
Historic Downtown Chatham~B.I.A.
John Bradley Convention Centre
Mamma Marias
Retro Suites Hotel
Roesch Meats
The Whole Pig
Hayters Turkey
Coffee Culture
Eddington’s of Exeter
Beach Street Station
Benmiller Inn
County of Huron Tourism/Economic Development
Culberts Bakery
Culinary Poet
Goderich Public Library
Goderich Tourism Centre
J’s Bistro
Kulpeppers Kitchen Store
Red Cat Farm
The Park House
Thyme on 21 Restaurant
Pat & Kevin’s Restaurant
Red Cat Farm
Samuels Boutique Hotel
Shanahan’s Meats
Thyme on 21 Restaurant
Grand Bend
Baillies Picture Framing
FINE A Restaurant
Grand Bend Tourism
Grandpa Jimmy’s Bakery
Purdy’s Fish
The Schoolhouse Restaurant
Smackwater Jack’s
UBU Fashions
Metzger Meats
The Garlic Box
The King Edward
The Village Teapot
Elm Hurst Inn & Spa

10 Eighteen Café
A Taste of Britain
Adventures on Wonderland
Aeolian Hall
All ‘Bout Cheese
Anderson Craft Ales
The Arts Project
Arva Flour Mills
Atlantic Seafish Market
Attic Books
The Bag Lady
Billy’s Deli
Black Walnut Bakery Café
Blackfriars Bistro
Black Trumpet
Blakes at Doubletree by Hilton
The Boombox Bakeshop
Byron Freehouse
Carlson Wagonlit Travel
Chefs Table – Fanshawe College
Che RestoBar
Chez Cheveux
Chi-Hi Vietnamese Restaurant
Chop Steakhouse
The Church Key
Coffee Culture
CommonWealth Coffee Shop
Covent Garden Market
Craft Farmacy
Curiosities Gift Shop
David’s Bistro
Downtown (Mainstreet) London
Dragonfly Bistro
Ed & Joe’s Cafe
Edge Food Equipment
Elmira Stove Works
Espresso Locomotive
Fanshawe College Tourism & Hospitality
Five Fortune Culture Restaurant
Forrat’s Chocolate Lounge
Gammage Flowers
Garlic’s of London
Globally Local
The Gourmet Deli
The Grand Theatre
Harvest Bakery
Hendrix Restaurant Equipment
Hey Cupcake!
Hotel Metro
The Hungary Butcher
Hunter & Co.
Idlewyld Inn
Impressions Fashions
Irene’s Seafood Grill
Jill’s Table
Katana Kafe
King of the Pigs
Kipps Lane Fish & Chips
La Casa
La Noisette Bakery
Lexus of London
London International Airport
London Public Library (all branches)
London Training Centre
Marienbad/Chaucer’s Pub
Manna Grill
The Market at Western Fair
Michael’s On The Thames
The Millhouse
Milos’ Craft Beer Emporium
Morrissey House
Museum London
Mythic Grill
Nova Vita Salon
Olive-Me & Co.
Origins Co
Palace Theatre
Pasto’s Grill at Best Western Stoneridge Inn
Pizzeria Madre
Plant Matter Kitchen
Plant Matter Bistro
Pure Bon
The Pristine Olive Tasting Bar
The Raja
Remark Fresh Markets
Reset Social Café
Restaurant Ninety One
Rio Brazilian Steakhouse
The River Room
The Root Cellar
Sha Choix
The Springs
Station Park Inn
Studio-H Salon
The Tasting Room
The Tea Lounge
TG’s Addis Ababa Restaurant
Toboggan Brewing Co
Tourism London
Tourism London Downtown
True Taco
Turner Drugstore
Unique Food Attitude
Veta Wine Bar
Waltzing Weasel
Wich is Wich Sandwich Shop
Williams Fresh Café
Willie’s Cafe
Wine Expert
Wisdom Tea
Wortley Roadhouse
Alton Farms Estate Winery
Port Stanley
Harbourtown Fudge
Kettle Creek Inn
Killer Desserts
Pepper Tree Spice Co.
Port Stanley Festival Theatre
SoLo on Main
The Windjammer Inn
Village Square Coffee Shop
Sarnia & Point Edward

ALIX Art Gallery
Best Western Guildwood Inn
Bridges Restaurant
Chow CiaoHampton Inn
Impulse Hair Group
Limbo Lounge
Lola’s Lounge
Maran Fashions
Open Grill Steakhouse
Ontario Tourist Information Centre
Purdy’s Fish Market
Refined Fool Brewing Co
Sarnia Farmers’ Market
Sarnia-Lambton Business Development Corporation
Sarnia-Lambton Tourism
Quai du Vin Estate Winery
Steed & Company Lavender
St. Marys

Coffee Culture
Little Red’s Pub & Eatery
McCully’s Hill Farm
St. Marys Public Library
St. Marys Tourist Information
Westover Inn
Annex Room
Anything Grows
Avery House
The Bruce
Buzz Stop
Distinctly Tea
Downie Street Bakehouse
Downie Street Burgers
Edison’s Cafe Bar and Inn
Fanfare Books
Fosters Inn
Grotto Hair Studio
Henry’s at the Queens
Keystone Alley
Let Them Eat Cake
Local Market Co-op
Madelyn’s Diner
Mercer Kitchen + Beer Hall + Hotel
The Milky Whey Cheese Shop
The Mill Stone
Okazu 85 Downie
Old Man & Son
The Parlour
Pearl Sushi
The Prune
Queen’s Inn
The Red Rabbit
Rene’s Bistro
Revival House
Rheo Thompson Candies
Soup Surreal
Stratford Chefs School
Stratford Public Library
Stratford Tourist Information
Ten Thousand Villages
Turnball Stewart
Watson’s Chelsea Bazaar
York Street Kitchen

Amy’s Restaurant
Clock Tower Restaurant
Slegers Greens
St. Thomas
Coffee Culture
Elgin Tourism
Farmgate Markets
Horton Farmers’ Market
Railway City Brewing
Shaw’s Ice Cream
Streamliners Espresso Bar
St. Thomas Elgin Public Art Centre
St. Thomas Public Library
Picard’s Peanuts
Wayside Inn
Quehl’s Restaurant
West Lorne
The Arts & Cookery Bank
West Montrose
Olde Bridge Place B&B
Burnt Brick Café
Charles Dickens Pub
Gunn’s Hill Artisan Cheese
Habitual Chocolate
Ody’s Restaurant and Lounge
Southwest Ontario Tourism Corporation
Tourism Oxford
Woodstock Farmers’ Market
Ferguson Honey
Hessenland Country Inn

Dear Eatdrink Community Members,

Eatdrink is officially on hiatus as far as publishing a magazine but we look forward to our return once we can all safely be together again. In the meantime, please follow Eatdrinkmag on social media, where we continue to promote local businesses that offer timely and creative ways to enjoy quality food and drink to appreciative customers. We are grieving the devastating toll that this pandemic is taking, with precious lives lost and businesses and creative people facing crises that are entirely out of their control. We are all in this together, so let’s support local initiatives as much as possible, now and forever.

Once conditions allow safe social interaction, including dining out, shopping and travel, Eatdrink will be back in magazine form to help businesses and readers find each other and celebrate our rich culinary culture.

Today, the future is uncertain but we anticipate tremendous consumer enthusiasm once people get back to work and play. We are looking at all the various ways that we can support financially-stressed businesses with affordable and effective ways to help them get back on their feet. Readers will find the Eatdrink magazine they love, with a few new and interesting changes, still free and worth reading cover to cover.

Take Care,
Chris McDonell