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5 Places You Have to Pull Over For in Sault Ste. Marie - Part 2

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5 Places You Have to Pull Over For in Sault Ste. Marie - Part 2

• Credit: The Voyageurs' Lodge & Cookhouse

Here are 5 new reasons to pull over and enjoy your stay or stop-over in Sault Ste. Marie.



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Missed Part 1? Check it out here: 5 Places You Have to Pull Over For in Sault Ste. Marie

Part 2

Chummy's Grill

Chummy’s Grill offers delicious daily specials from Monday to Friday. This pull-over-worthy restaurant serves all-day breakfast, seven days a week, for the late risers or travellers rolling in anytime of the day. They offer an wide assortment of freshly baked goods and take pride in serving their customers delectable homestyle meals in generous portions. The service and hospitality here is second to none.

Located: 262 Frontenac Street, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.


Photo: Chummy's

The Cookhouse

The Cookhouse is located at The Voyageurs Lodge on Hwy 17 North, Batchawana Bay, Ontario. Only 50 minutes from downtown Sault Ste. Marie, this restaurant is hands-down pull-over-worthy on your road trip to or from the city. 

Photo: The Voyageurs' Lodge & Cookhouse

Friday Night Fish Fry features fresh Lake Trout and Whitefish caught locally by Batchawana fishers. Beans and bannock, burgers the size of Batchawana Mountain, pancakes and French toast, a bottomless cup of coffee, appetizers that are delicious, three miles of white sand beach, and a 26-foot Voyageurs’ Canoe are waiting for you here. After your delicious meal, try one of their famous apple or blueberry crisps, and their own specialty voyageurs’ coffee.

Trailblazng Beads

Trailblazing Beads is a Native craft supplier located at 162 Gore Street, Sault Ste. Marie, ON. The business began as a part-time venture after owner Eva Dabutch received a small grant from her community, but the first-generation university graduate recently expanded and opened a storefront on Gore Street, selling beads and beading supplies, as well as finished items made by local artisans. What may seem to some a simple storefront selling beads is seen by its owner as an opportunity to seed social change. Free beading classes on Tuesday afternoons are offered for those who want to learn something new.


Eva Dabutch poses with an example of the crafts available at the Trailblazing Beads store on Gore Street. Photo: Kenneth Armstorng/SooToday

 

Outspoken Brewing and Shabby Motley Handcraft

These two businesses have partnered up to bring you the most unique patio experience in the city. Located downtown and open Thursday 1 pm - 7 pm, Friday 1 pm - 9 pm and Saturday 1 pm - 7 pm, you can enjoy this married experiece of local brew and great food.  What you can expect? Cordelia Plant-Based Meals Snack Attack Platter, the much loved 3-Cheese Grilled Cheese, House OutSpoken Brewing Pulled Pork Sandwich, and the OutSpoken Soft Pretzel - and of course, everything that is brewing at the dispensary.

Patio is located at Outspoken Brewing, 350 Queen St E, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.
Shabby Motley Handcraft is located at 356 Queen Street East, Sault Ste. Marie, ON.


Photo: Outspoken Brewing

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