Well it has been a long time, but I wanted to thank everybody. I had some amazing food on the road.
The Parthenon – We foresaw a lot of hotdogs on our trip so we passed on the Coneys. My lamb was very tender and quite delicious. The roast potatoes seemed overpowered by the lemon. My friend enjoyed his macaroni type dish, but didn’t think it was better than Greek Town in Chicago. Overall, it was a C+
Churrasco Villa – Quite delicious. This was my friend’s favorite meal of the trip. The chicken was juicy and flavorful and I even had a Portuguese custard for desert that was quite good. A solid B+
The Groundhog Pub – A place I discovered not far from Churrasco Villa with amazing sandwiches. The prime rib sandwich is especially good. It is nicely seasoned and not at all fatty. I give it a B
Don Juan’s – I had to try the carts. The guy is a riot and I would put it up ther with the O in Pittsbugh. The dog was great and the fries with gravy were very good. I couldn’t finish a medium. This is a B+
The Rebel House – I saw this on the web. Some readers voted this as a top cheap eat—wow it was good. They have a Canadian theme and all their beers are from Ontario other than Guiness and one beer from Montreal. The food is cheap and elegant, trying to be distinctly Canadian. My friend enjoyed his elk and my Poutine was perfect. We only stopped for snacks, but looking at everybody else eating, I could tell we weren’t the only ones who loved the place–I give it a solid A.
Tony Pacco’s – We were beat and it was right between the park and the hotel. We liked it. The hot dog was really good, but the chili I had and the fries we split were just average. I give it a B-
Arnies – We had wanted to do the Mountain Jack’s but it was closed. This small chain had great sandwiches and OK soup. We took milk shakes with us on the way. It earns a B.
I know I look like an easy grader, but I figure everything was reccomended. We didn’t have a bad meal at any of these places, but some definitely stood out more than others. Thanks for all your help. We really wouldn’t have discovered a lot of these places without you. We also used those links from GeoNit to get some ideas for things to do in Canada. Next year is probably Milwaukee and Minneapolis.