– Wing Sze Tang
– Toronto Life
– Nathalie Atkinson
– Liza Agrba
– Alyssa Shwartz
– County Live
– Travel Week
– Christine Peddie, Taste Toronto
The Picton Town Hall has hosted a Farmers Market as far back as 1866 when it was built. It has been a community gathering place for County residents to meet, share stories, sell their wares, and shop for local fare, all in the heart of Picton.
Every Sunday from May 15 – October 30, from 10 am to 2 pm. At the corner of Ross & King St in Picton.
The Picton Apothecary is a Wellness Boutique that specializes in high-quality superfoods, herbs, tinctures, teas, skincare and lifestyle items.
Their founder, Dr. Kate Hunter, is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor and opened her stores with the vision to offer complimentary care and exclusively carry Canadian lines focusing primarily on Female, Black, Indigenous + Racialized creators and makers.
The Picton Apothecary is located in the Barlow Room of The Royal’s Annex building.
Monday 11 am to 4 pm
Tuesday 11 am to 4 pm
Wednesday 11 am to 4 pm
Thursday 11 am to 4 pm
Friday 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday 10 am to 4 pm
The Royal Hotel’s team and Executive Chef Albert Ponzo welcome Chefs Tobey Nemeth and Michael Caballo, the husband-and-wife co-owners of Toronto’s Edulis Restaurant. Chris Nuttall-Smith, Top Chef Canada judge and former national food critic for the Globe and Mail, says Edulis is ‘pleasure bordering or delirium’ and ‘there is no restaurant in Canada that beats Edulis for a one-of-a-kind-very-special-occasion dining experience. They do such an incredible job – constantly striving – and they can stand up to any place in the world.’
Price: $200 per person (includes wine, food and gratuities)
The Royal Hotel is offering an exclusive room rate package for guests of the Dinner only, with 10% off on the Monday/Tuesday (2 night minimum) stay.
For more information visit Cooking in The County.