photo credit: Dylan Elliott
This spot is owned by the same folks behind Oakville Grocery, and it’s located within a historic train depot and rail cars at the end of town. You’ll find just about everything you need here, with a café that serves excellent baked goods, sandwiches, and gourmet sides sold by the pound. There’s a lot of history on display, including the mural that wraps around the patio out back, and that’s exactly where you should post up for local microbrews and brick-oven pizzas like the 1868 with rosemary ham and wild mushrooms. Inside the rail cars you’ll find boutique shops, more food, and soon enough, a saloon and champagne and caviar bar.
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