5 Foodie Favourites in St. Jacobs

Where to eat in this tiny Ontario village


Picards Foods

Once you taste the peanuts at this family-run nut shop, you’ll be hooked. The homemade chocolate and kettle chips are also worth a try. 

Block Three Brewing Company 

The beer here is made in-house in small batches using local ingredients. Visitors can also get a peek at the actual brewing process. 

Jacobs Grill

This friendly and popular local haunt serves up all the pub-food classics, including the best fish and chips around. 

Stone Crock Bakery

Visitors and locals alike flock to Stone Crock for freshly baked treats. The apple pie here is legendary and the breads and muffins are not to be missed. 

Farm Pantry

This charming spot stocks some of Ontario’s finest specialty foods, preserves and coffees, as well as locally produced maple syrup, which you can sample for free.

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