SHOPPING & RESTAURANTS
There's lots to do in our fair town of Beaverton! Have look at some of our favourites restaurants - from mom & pop to pub fare to fine dining, there's lots to choose from when you're looking for places to eat. We've also got some cool shops to peruse while exploring our quaint little town.
food & drink
Look below for our favourte places to enjoy a nice meal. Click on the title for more info.
A cozy cottage-country pub. The atmosphere is warm and friendly, featuring a pine and river rock interior, with a long, sit-down bar that stretches down the room with our high top tables lining the opposite wall. In the colder months, two gas fireplaces help to warm the ambiance even more.
The menu features a wide variety of offerings - hot wings, cold beer, and more.
The Shortis Cafe Bar is serving up gourmet coffee, tea, loads of delicious baked goods and light lunches to choose from. You must try the cruffin (a combo of croissant and muffin filled with fresh cream) and Blue Moon Latte - so pretty that you’ll want to savor it. They also host monthly live music events and paint nights.
Look below for our favourte places to shop and browse in our lovely neck of the woods.
Farm tours are available on Saturdays from Canada Day to Thanksgiving weekend for $12 per person. Move through a Hatha Yoga practice while in the fields with the Alpacas on Saturdays at 8:30am for $22 per person.
They carry a selection of crystals, Ontario Hand Made items. Soy Candles, Incense, Body Lotions, Essential Oils, Tarot and Oracle Decks, Incense, Soaps, and tons more. We always leave there with something cool!
Beaver River Museum and Old Stone Jail. Check out this 1850’s log house, a turn of the century brick house, and a mid 19th century stone jail, furnished with local artifacts. Touring the buildings is available from late May to the end of September by donation.
A collective of local artists, artisans and farmers nestled on the backroads of Brock Township. Their goal is to promote awareness of businesses off the beaten path, and share the beauty and abundance that can be found in our charming rural communities.