The Globe, Rosemont, Ontario
The Globe Hotel, one of the few early inns still to be seen in the Province, was built on a Crown Land grant in the 1830′s. The present building, dating from 1859, was one of four hotels in Rosemont, which at that time was a larger community than Alliston. It served as a local pub and a stage coach stop. It played host to travellers, salesmen, and even Fenian and other political gatherings. Prohibition in 1919 curbed its legal activities, but it still accepted overnight guests until 1955. A century has altered its outward appearance only a little from the original solid, no-nonsense attitude, it represented.
The menus mirror the surrounding countryside. The Kolapore Springs trout is raised in the cold, fresh waters that seep up from the Niagara Escarpment. There’s bread made with flour from Beeton, just down the road. You MUST try the biscuits served with Alliston Creamery butter! The season’s veggies are grown by farmer-friends. The food is at once elegant and approachable! Another lovely feature is that all the fish is Oceanwise™ and hence, sustainable. The restaurant’s small, well curated wine list has only one come-from-away vintage and that’s from Mission Hill Family Estates still in Canada! Beers are local.
The Globe est l’un des 250 restaurants à travers tout le Canada qui participent au Journée des terroirs. Contactez The Globe directement, au numéro ci-dessous, afin de faire votre réservation
995722 Mono Adjala Townline,
Rosemont, ON L0N 1R0
T: 705- 435-6981