Road trip season is upon us, and Cambridge Mill is a wonderful first jaunt. Long (or short) drives away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Obviously, there is always something to do in your local area but sometimes we just want to get away.

Just less than an hour West of Toronto you can explore the city of Cambridge. Within the Waterloo region, this city boasts three unique downtown cores. You can experience museums and galleries, public art spaces, historic architecture and of course a vibrant food scene.

Without a doubt one of the culinary highlights in this city has always been the Cambridge Mill. This beautifully restored mill is one of the oldest surviving buildings in Cambridge. Beautifully decorated it combines the old-world charm of exposed stonework and original wood beams with elegant modern accents.

New and Reimaged Culinary Events at Cambridge Mill

Newly launched from Wednesday through Friday from 4 pm-6 pm is the Heron Hour. With a rotating prix menu diners can enjoy a 2-course meal for only $45 and includes items like beef carpaccio, short rib, East Coast chowder and more. Additionally, you can pair it with wine for an additional $20 or dessert for $10.

But probably the highlight of the Cambridge Mill is the popular Sunday Brunch. Firstly, this all-you-can-eat extravaganza includes a cold bar of fresh seafood, freshly shucked oysters, charcuterie and more. Second, the hot buffet rotates a delicious selection of prime rib, eggs benedict, mac and cheese, salmon and more. Make sure you leave room for a trip or two to the dessert bar and made-fresh crepe station. The $73 price for adults ($36 for kids 5-12 and free for under 5) includes mimosa, Caesars, juice and coffee.

Cambridge Mill Brunch Seafood

Don’t worry that you won’t have enough time to try everything. Your reservation is for 2 hours and gives you plenty of time to enjoy the panoramic view of the Grand River.

If you are looking for a place to escape that isn’t too far from the city, Cambridge Mill is the perfect location.

Finally, thank you Cambridge Mill for hosting.