Plenty of Dining Choices to Enjoy in Bath, Ontario


Whether you’re from Bath, visiting the community, or just passing through on your way to other destinations, there are some pretty fantastic restaurants to choose from in the village. I recently made a stop to check out the local places to eat, and was pleasantly surprised by the vast amount of options.

To help you with your next dining adventure to Bath, here are some locations I highly recommend you check out to indulge in some delicious foods.


FryWay 33

697 Hwy 33, Bath

FryWay 33 is a poutine lover’s paradise. The slogan written above the FAQ board reads “Peace ∙ Love ∙ Poutine” and I couldn’t agree more. The staff were so fun and personable which made my experience here even better. The service was not only welcoming, but they were efficient which is greatly appreciated. This is especially ideal for someone with a stricter schedule. There are picnic tables set up along the water beside the food truck, making every meal here picturesque. The food, staff, and the overall atmosphere is incredible!


Mike’s Pizza and More

426 Main Street, Bath

Mike’s Pizza and More is perfect if you want to pick up a hot pizza on the go. Not feeling pizza? Check out their other just as tasty options! There is a table outside where you can enjoy your meal and look out to the water across the road. Inside the restaurant, there are staff who are ready to serve you with a smile. There are plenty of pizzas, sandwiches, pasta, and more to choose from, as well as drinks. There’s also a Slush Puppy machine, which is always a bonus.


Muller’s Kitchen

408 Main Street, Bath

Stopping by Muller’s Kitchen food truck is recommended by many, myself included. There are many food options, from your classic burger and fries to a foot long poutine dog. As you can probably tell, I love poutine. Their hospitality is amazing, with a warm welcome and quick service. They have a lot to offer with their quality food and care for the customers. Be sure to check them out if you want a unique food truck experience.


Welborne Commons

368 Main Street, Bath

In the calming atmosphere of the Welborne Commons, quality meals and drinks are awaiting. This place is the definition of local as they source local ingredients for their meals, and feature beers and wines from the surrounding area. Have a seat at the bar, at one of the many dining tables around the restaurant, or on the patio. The red walls outside are hard to miss, so feel free to stop in for a bite to eat and enjoy a local drink!


The Lodge Coffee House

368 Main Street, Bath

Tucked inside of Books On Main, there is the lovely Lodge Coffee House. This is the perfect spot because who doesn’t love sipping a coffee while shopping for books? Cassandra Rendell, the owner of the café, is extremely personable and cares about what she makes and sells. She offers classic coffee shop items, as well as specialty coffees, smoothies, as well as sandwiches on Fridays. She maintains a family-oriented business and makes every customer feel at home. I will definitely be back, and I hope to see you there too!


360 Castaways

360 Main Street, Bath
After spending a day out in the hot summer heat, you’re going to want a scoop of this ice cream! 360 Castaways is the perfect spot to enjoy some cold, yummy dessert. If you’re looking for something to eat, try a hot dog or cheeseburger. With their Tiki mascot and tropical theme, there are fun vibes all around. The owner has jokes galore, keeping the place lively and exciting. As someone who eats more ice cream than they’d like to admit, I would definitely recommend it!


Beachside BBQ

352 Main Street, Bath
From the very first glance, the Beachside BBQ holds your attention. Inside there are beach-themed dining areas with signs like “La Playa” and “El Barrio.” If you’re just stopping in for a drink, head over to the tiki bar for some delicious options. If you’re visiting during the summer months, enjoy your southern-style BBQ out on the beautiful patio. With the tasty food and the detailed theme, this place is one you don’t want to skip.


A Pizza Pie & Cheese House

216 Main Street, Bath
The newly-opened A Pizza Pie & Cheesehouse is filled with a retro theme, but modern pizza cooking methods with their rotating granite stone oven. I got a full tour of the place from the owner, Dave Wreggitt, who told me all about the unique features. The pizza is made fresh and is delicious. I now dream of this pizza. Every Friday night local musicians get to perform and their performances are played on the Amherst Island Radio the following Friday. All tips for the musicians go toward funding their albums. On top of the exceptional food, they help aspiring artists achieve their dreams.


Millhaven Grocery and Restaurant

5532 Bath Road, Millhaven
Located just east of the village, Millhaven Grocery and Restaurant is the perfect place to stop for a bite to eat if you’re looking for a more classic dining experience. The atmosphere of the restaurant is authentic and welcoming with kind staff and a calming atmosphere. There are plenty of dishes to choose from, all of which are quality choices. Whether you want to grab food to go or stay for a nice meal, the food will leave you full and satisfied.


Loyalist Country Club

1 Loyalist Boulevard, Bath

Even if you’re not a golfer, you’re welcome to sample the fare at Loyalist Country Club. They offer a great selection of favourites that can be enjoyed both inside the clubhouse or out on their beautiful patio that overlooks the 18th fairway.


Bath is a hidden gem in the Lennox and Addington County filled with sights to see, and places to eat. It is a great place to spend the day or take a pit stop on your way through. I know it’s not possible to stop at every place on this list in a day, so choose something that fits your taste! The beautiful village of Bath is the place to be this summer.



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