Grand Electric takes cottage country with a new Muskoka spin-off
Here’s yet another reason for Muskoka cottagers to feel blessed and superior: Grand Electric, the hip-but-grungy taco shop in Parkdale, is branching out with a seasonal lakeside spin-off up north. Details are still being worked out, but co-owner Ian McGrenaghan was able to share some basic info, like the general setting—a lakeside property in Port Carling—and the menu, which won’t stray far from the original (i.e. tacos). The summertime-only restaurant is expected to open on May Two-Four weekend and will run through Thanksgiving. “We’re still piecing it together,” says McGrenaghan. “But yeah, it’ll be Grand Electric for cottage country, with all that entails.” It’s a pretty savvy move, really—a way to avoid the competitive chaos of the city’s restaurant market while still targeting idle Torontonians with cash to spend. Plus, Muskoka doesn’t really have much of a food scene. (Except Webers. Webers is always magic.)
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It’s about time someone had the gumption to make a move like this. Good on them! Cottage country needs to catch up with the food scene seeing as it caters to tourism. Don’t get me wrong i love BBQ, pubs and homemade pizza but what about the art of modern food?! Port Carling is where it’s at! Until May two four..
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