Dining, Shopping and Services
Dining & Shopping
 

For a rural county, we've got a great selection of shops and restaurants to pique your interest and keep you coming back. Whether you want to buy original artwork or raid consignment shops for their great deals, you'll be happy here. Add in a tasty lunch or a scrumptious dinner to round out the day, then stay at one of our comfortable inns or cabins so you can do it again tomorrow.

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Dining & Shopping

 

White Lake Restaurant

Across from the General Store, featuring awesome Pizzas, Burgers, Fries, Home-cooked meals, eat-in and full take-out available from early morning to late at night.

View some delicious food from the White Lake Restaurant
(warning: you may suddenly become very hungry!)


In the heart of White Lake Village
613-623-0347

 


White Lake Sweet Shop by Allora Sheridan,
White Lake: The Later Years

James Cuthbert erected this building in 1860. Fred Ostler and son operated it as a general store until the late thirties.




Lakeside Bar & Grill at Cedar Cove Resort

(open May - November) Just an hour west of Ottawa, nestled along the shores of beautiful White Lake, you will find 82 acres of fun at Cedar Cove Resort.

We invite you to experience the newly remodeled and expanded Lakeside Bar & Grill. Experience the finest cuisine while taking in the panoramic views of White Lake. Whether it's a casual lunch or succulent dinner, our chefs won't disappoint.

100 Cedar Cove Road, RR#2
White Lake, ON, K0A 3L0
1-888-650-8572

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Blackbird Café

Want an amazing lunch or dinner out? Then you will want to make a reservation at the Black Bird in Burnstown. They offer pure enjoyment, food quality and ambience, and have a charming display of interesting stuff on all the walls. 'Group sized' salads to die for.

Casual dining in a nostalgic atmosphere with an exciting menu. Call for reservations. Located next to Somethin' Special Gifts, Clothes & fine local art.

View some delicious food from the Blackbird Café
(warning: you may suddenly become very hungry!)

http://www.blackbirdburnstown.com
Great food in the heart of Burnstown
613.432.3599

 


Somethin' Special Gifts, Clothes & fine local art

Unique selection of gift ideas! Nestled in a rustic 160 year old rough hewn square-cut log building next to BlackBird Cafe.

Find French Country Soaps, Canadian Crafts, Imported Glassware, Handmade Costume Jewellery, Teddy Bears, Childrens' Toys, Handmade Pottery, Hand Painted Glass, Baby Gift Items, Candles, Seasonal Gifts, Women's Clothing and fine art from local artists.

A great place to find Somethin' Special for that someone special!!

Open Year Round, Sunday - Saturday, 9 am - 4:30 pm. From Jan. 1st - Mar. 31st, closed on Mondays.

http://somethinspecialburnstown.ca
Great gifts, clothes & art in the heart of Burnstown
613-432-0670

 


Neat Coffee Shop

Their staff will surprise you with comfortable Starbuck's look and feel (only better) including quality basic coffee Tim Horton's lovers are addicted to. Take a short drive over to Burnstown and enjoy the atmosphere inside and out (charming patios), service, good value, internet access and delicious food items made from products fairly sourced and as local as the seasons allow.

A popular feature is the renovated parlor room that transforms several times a month into the regions hottest live music venue with some of the best local, national and international (blues, jazz, folk) talent entertaining in the most perfect and intimate venue you can imagine. Call for reservations.

Come hang out in the old schoolhouse. Specialty coffee, loose leaf tea, wood fired pizza, light meals, and fresh baking are ready year round.

http://neatmusicandcoffee.ca/

https://www.facebook.com/NeatCoffeeShop

http://ottawacitizen.com/entertainment/local-arts/burnstowns-neat-coffee-shop-to-reopen-under-new-music-loving-owners

In the heart of Burnstown
613-433-9960


 

Dam Good Fries

Look for red chip truck at the beach. So if you crave some quick carbs and a snack, this should satisfy your cravings.

White Lake Village Beach (at the Dam)



 

Black's General Store 1946 - 1975 by Verna Black,
White Lake: The Later Years

The first business to be established here was in 1862 when Mr. Alexander Stirling built a new home on the site of his former one which had been destroyed by fire the previous year.

Mr. Thomas Jones, bought the Stirling property in 1918. He converted the shop into a general store and his wife Maggie carried on a thriving business for twenty-seven years.

In 1991 renovations were done inside and out and it became the 'Stirling House Eatery'. (Today, it is the Castlegarth Restaurant)

 

Food, Drinks, Gasoline

Bayview, Cedar Cove, Pickerel Bay and the Marina also all have fuel and a selection of food and supplies.

White Lake Village General Store

Mmmmmm beer. Hours are approximately 8 am to 8 pm 7 days a week (including national holidays, wow, but please check the hours posted on the door to be sure). You can find beer stores in Arnprior and Renfrew if you want, but the General Store has the same prices and selection, and location, location, location. They also take back empties for your deposit.

Liquor and Beer, Gas and Groceries, Post office, Lottery, Farm Supply, Clothing, Movie Rental, Grocery, Propane Exchange Facility, Deli Area, Hunting, Fishing supplies and license for MNR, Gift items, Cards, Newspapers, and Maps.

In the heart of White Lake Village
(613) 623-2771



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Antrim Truck Stop, Bakery and Gift Shoppe

It is very nice and clean the waitresses are very friendly and the gift shop is excellent. You can find things there you can't find anywhere else. Also an excellent bakery and gasoline is available.

(open 24hr, Arnprior)

580 White Lake Rd
Arnprior, ON K7S3G9
(613) 623-3003


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White Lake General Store by Randy Conn,
White Lake: The Later Years

We should take note of the life we enjoy out here in paradise because more and more outside forces are trying to change it. Special interest groups wish to ban hunting and fishing which would severely hurt our tourism business as well as take food from some of our tables. The food products from our local small farms are under attack from big meat producers and government red tape. Local producers grow for their own table so their products don't get growth hormones or substandard feed. We should use these local resources to keep them here as well as exercise our right to hunt and fish.

 

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