I have a real soft spot for Stone Mills Township. I grew up in Newburgh, and spent time with friends, played sports and visited all corners of the municipality in my youth. Needless to say, I’m very familiar with the villages and hamlets that make up this wonderful township and I’m lucky that my job frequently takes me back to each of these communities all these years later.
Stone Mills is home to many entrepreneurial-minded business owners and each of them work very hard to serve their loyal customers. No matter which community you live in or are visiting, chances are you’ll find what you’re searching for, or maybe something even better.
Seeing that we’re in the midst of the holiday gift-buying season, we’ve put together a list of some of the great small businesses in Stone Mills that offer up unique, interesting items that you may not find anywhere else. We’ve also included some tasty dining options too, because it’s much more fun shopping on a full stomach.
We hope that this list helps you find that perfect gift for the loved ones, and keeps your hangryness at bay.
422 Main Street, Newburgh
Every shopping trip should begin with something sweet to eat. At Abrams Bakery in Newburgh, you get real food made the old-fashioned way. The Abrams family has operated their business on Main Street since 2013. They aren’t just a traditional bakery, as they also carry an amazing selection of sandwiches, pizzas, sweets and breads. They make everything on site, everything from scratch. If you don’t try a cinnamon bun you’re doing your taste buds a disservice.
The Piggery Gallery
53 Wartman Road, Newburgh
Just up the road from Abrams Bakery, you’ll find many amazing items at The Piggery Gallery in Newburgh. Proud owner Jaana Parks offers a wonderful mix of high-quality artisan-made items. Explore an assortment of original art, handcrafted & hand painted furniture, rag rugs, quilts, pottery, home decor, apparel and much more. The gallery looks fantastic, and we know you’ll absolutely love your visit.
McCormick’s Country Store
2561 County Road 4, Camden East
Everybody loves McCormick’s Country Store in Camden East. It’s been a community hub for generations, offering a vast array of products and services that our local residents are looking for. Stop by for gas, confectionary & grocery items, Country Style coffee, Square Boy pizza, local Christmas trees, winter boots & outerwear, gift ideas and so much more!
2558 County Road 4, Camden East
Micheline & Sean welcome you to Stone Corner, a wonderful dining experience in the heart of the hamlet. Right across the road from McCormick’s, they offer a delicious selection of specialty coffees & teas. They’re the perfect destination for those looking for a caffeine pick-me-up. They also have an assortment of mouth-watering lunch items and sweets that we’re sure you’ll love.
3987 County Road 1, Yarker
While you shouldn’t wrap up the offerings at Quinn’s Meats for under the tree, you should definitely stop by this fantastic butcher shop to purchase some amazing meat products for your holiday get-togethers. Kara Enright and their team of dedicated staff take great pride in the quality of their work. You’ll love the selection of products available.
Yarker Lucky Dollar
4225 County Road 1 East, Yarker
No matter what you’re looking for, chances are The Yarker Lucky Dollar has it! Owner Dave Chang, family and staff have been working hard for their community since 1988. They offer a wide variety of products including meats, baked goods, grocery and convenience items. They also operate The Beer Store (with many craft brews for the connoisseur) and an LCBO retail outlet.
Liv Simple Farms
431 Cowdy Road, Enterprise
Owner Livia Simpson operates Liv Simple Farms, an amazing farm-based business that offers a variety of natural, healthy soaps, bath and body care products. Many of them include their very own vitamin-rich goat’s milk. They also have fresh-cut flowers available year round. They’re open by appointment, and you can shop online for farm store pickup.
2900 County Road 14, Enterprise
Salvage Garden in Enterprise gives new life to old objects and reclaimed materials. Owners David Wood and Andrew Halkewycz have curated an impressive selection of salvaged and reclaimed building materials, antiques and custom designs that are ideal for gifts, for your home or for your business.
558 Miller Road, Tamworth
Matthews Studio in Tamworth creates hand-crafted functional and decorative turned wood bowls, carved burls and serving plates. The father and son team of Gary and Curtis Matthews hand-pick logs from various sites throughout Eastern Ontario. You’ll love their selection of red maple, cherry wood, ash and hickory pieces that are both unique and functional. Each piece is made with care, patience and many hours of work.
The Soap Shack
339 Frizzell Road, Tamworth
You’ll definitely enjoy your visit to The Soap Shack in Tamworth. Owner Denise Frizzell takes great pride in creating a wide variety of vegan and goat milk soaps. She also produces an assortment of candles, bath bombs, creams, body lotions, laundry detergent, as well as beard oils and shaving soap for men. It’s a sudsy collection of hand-made products with scents you’ll love.
Tamworth Book Shop
2-10 County Road 4, Tamworth
Located in a beautiful Victorian red brick coach house, Robert & Lorie Wright at the Tamworth Book Shop offer two floors of hand-picked, well-organized used books (about 20,000 in total) in a variety of genres – with many rare finds! Whether you’re searching for poetry, Canadian literature, fiction, classics, reference – and many more – chances are that they have it or know where to look.
Devon Café & 5 Corner’s Craft
3 Concession Street, Tamworth
You’re in good company at Devon Café & Five Corners Craft. Owners Marg and Brian Weese will brighten your day at the café with a heaping helping of homemade deliciousness. While you’re there, be sure to check out their store for unique and one-of-a-kind offerings. There’s so much to explore at this lovely destination.
A-One Corner Restaurant
2 Concession Street, Tamworth
Stop by and see Kulwant at A-One Corner Restaurant in Tamworth for an amazing meal She and her crew serve up deliciousness every day! You’ll love the home cooked food available at this long-standing restaurant. They also sell convenience items that are make great stocking stuffers.
The Black Cat Café
5 Ottawa Street, Tamworth
You’ll definitely enjoy your meal from The Black Cat Cafe in Tamworth. Their homemade menu items will make your mouth water. They’re famous for their personalized homemade pizza available every Friday from 4-8pm. They also offer a variety of amazing treats, healthy snacks, delicious fresh ground coffee, cappuccino, lattes, espresso and more!
Bon Eco Design
706 Addington Street, Tamworth
Another fun stop in Tamworth is Bon Eco Design. For owners Carolyn & Hans, respect for the environment is the foundation of everything they do. A popular piece of functional artwork created by Carolyn are her RIMS (Recovery Inspired Mirrors) made from tire sidewalls. They’re very stylish and divert many tires from landfills. Bon Eco Design is open by appointment only so please call ahead.
5771 County Road 41, Erinsville
No trip to Stone Mills is complete without a visit to The Lakeview Tavern in Erinsville. The Lakeview has served the region’s residents and visitors since 1878. Proudly owned and operated by Tanya Maiurro since 2007, she and her crew provide a full slate of delicious items and entrees.
More to Explore…
These are just a few of the amazing businesses here in Lennox & Addington. Browse our online directory and find other shops where owners and staff go above & beyond to provide their customers with a personal shopping experience.