Thursday, August 5, 2010

Cozy Corners in Barbeau

This beautiful river is the Charlotte River which follows into the St. Marys River at Dunbar. There is a lovely township park there. We passed this on our way to Barbeau. We were going there to try Cozy Corners for lunch this week.

Barbeau is at the corner of Scenic Drive and 15 Mile Road. You can take Riverside Drive to 15 Mile and drive east to the St. Marys River. You will also find Cozy Corner. Cozy Corners has had several owners. In the past we weren't too pleased with the service although the decor has always been stunning with a great view of the St. Marys River.

We decided to give the new owners a try this week and it was great. Our server was attentive and prompt. The food was good. They were out of whitefish which was a major disappointment. But Tom got perch for the same price which soothed his disappointment. I had a patty melt which was very good too.

The amazing change was the addition of animals that the new owner had secured in big game safaris. It is worth the drive just to see the 30+ mounts throughout the restaurant.

If you try this or any restaurant in the area, let me know and I can share your comments with my readers. Thanks


Bill K. said...

sounds like an interesting place. I will check it out one of these days.
I was down at the river today and found 3 of the tall ships docked. 2 at the carbide docks and 1 at the Soo Boat Tour dock by the Valley Camp. The 2 at the Carbide Dock were training boats. The German Boat has a crew of 38 cadets plus the officers. The Dutch Boat had a crew of 50 Cadets plus the officers. I didn't get down to the Valley Camp to see the other one. The Dutch Boat is looking for people who want to travel the world next season. They are going to sail from the Great Lakes to Holland and then into the Med and down the coast to Africa and then to the West Coast of the US and across to Japan and then India and up through Egypt and back to Holland.

Thought you might be interested. I will be posting some pictures in the next few days and will send you a copy.

Sault Boat Watcher said...

Thanks Bill. When you post the pictures, I'll write a blog about it.