FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 2014
Watch Jack’s and Rino’s Kitchen on The Food Network
Visit Jack’s Gastropub or Rino’s Kitchen tonight, or stay at home, and catch the two restaurants make their debut on The Food Network Canada’s program, You Gotta Eat Here!
Rino’s Kitchen will be open until 11:00pm and showing the program on their 2 television screens. Jack’s will be extending their kitchen hours until 10:00pm tonight and the bar will be open until 11:00pm for those who want to watch.
Art in the Park
Tonight is the official launch of Art in the Park 2014, the popular arts festival held within Willistead Park. Live entertainment will start tonight at 6:00pm through to 11:00pm with the gates opening to the art vendors Saturday and Sunday from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
There will be a Fine Dining tent offering food from WindsorEats members Thai Palace, Gourmet Emporium, Stir Crazy Grille and others.
SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 2014
Downtown Windsor Farmers’ Market
Visit the Downtown Windsor Farmers’ Market this weekend and do your grocery shopping for the week. Vendors for this week will also include Anchor Coffee House, Whipsaw Coffee, Blak’s Bakery, Oxley Estate Winery, Colchester Ridge Estate Winery, Robbie’s Gourmet Sausage Co., Rino’s Kitchen, The Willistead Restaurant and more.
There will also be a shuttle from the market to Art in the Park leaving at 10:30am and returning at 1:30pm.
WindsorEats invites you to Cycle the Shore on a self-guided Wine Trail Ride. This summer WindsorEats will be offering bicycles for rent at North 42 Degrees Estate Winery and Serenity Lavender Farm, located at 130 Cty Rd 50 East, in Colchester, offering the chance to cycle along Lake Erie’s north shore every Saturday on self-guided tours.
Leave your car at North 42 Degrees Estate Winery, rent a bicycle and ride along the shore. We’ll provide you with a map and suggestions for unique points of interest along the way.
Our hybrid cruisers are the perfect way to explore County Road 50, the surrounding wineries, the Lake Erie shore, and all the great activities taking place along it. Each bicycle has a basket in the front to make it easier to carry your local purchases.
- $20 (4 hours, half day)
- $30 (full day)
Plan ahead and reserve a bicycle before you head out.
Drinks of Walkerville
Today (Friday) is the last day to purchase tickets for the Drinks of Walkerville walking tour. Guests jaunt through historic Old Walkerville, the town that Canadian Club built, and learn about its architecture as well as some well known and not so well known tales and folklore associated with the neighbourhood, including its rich rum running history and visits by Al Capone. You can even touch a bullet hole purported to have been shot by Al himself.
You’ll walk through the hallways of the Canadian Club Brand Centre, home of Canadian Club whiskey, which was made popular again through acclaimed television programs Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire,and be brought through the history and brewing process of Walkerville Brewery. All this before finishing off the tour discovering the street art at The Willistead Restaurant.