Taste the season

We believe that food tells the story of a region’s history, culture and people. Our guests enjoy an experience where they learn about, appreciate, and enjoy a meal that reflects our local cuisine. The story behind our food originates in the fresh and local ingredients we carefully source. Knowing where each part of your meal comes from creates a unique connection between you and your food. We refer to this crafted relationship as hyperlocal food. Celebrating our small community and its people.

Fall dishes at the globe restaurant

Our menus are heavily influenced by seasonal availability as well as products that are accessible to us throughout the year from our local partners and suppliers. Putting local and seasonal goods first allows us to highlight the delicious tastes and flavours unique to each season, while also keeping our menu fresh and imaginative.

In the fall months, Ontario farms are busy with the fall harvest. Fun events like festivals, ‘pick your own’ apples and pumpkins, and wagon rides can be experienced at farms across Ontario. Some of our favourite ingredients delivered to our kitchen from local farms include corn, cabbage, squash, and parsnip. We cannot express how much we love working with farms in the community - local produce is fresh and tastes better than food picked before ripening and shipped thousands of miles. This adds to the quality of our dishes and allows us to support our community at the same time .

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Welsh Bros. Farm Scotland, Ontario

Corn

Welsh Bros. Farm in Scotland, Ontario has a long-standing tradition of consistently producing the freshest, most flavourful sweet corn on their multi-generational family farm. The Welsh family immigrated to Canada from Scotland in 1855, settling in Scotland, Ontario where the excellent sandy loam soil has produced their famous flavor for generations. The corn is picked and graded by hand and hydro-cooled to lock in freshness and flavor. Our kitchen uses Welsh Bros. Farm sweet corn in our soups and succotash.

Fiddle Foot Farm Mulmur, Ontario

Napa Cabbage

Fiddle Foot Farm in Mulmur, Ontario is a biodynamic farm that is committed to caring for the earth and maintaining the integrity of the land for future generations. They do not use any synthetic chemicals, artificial fertilizers or genetically modified organisms. Our kitchen uses Fiddle Foot Farm cabbage in our Napa Cabbage Caesar Salad.

Am Braigh Farm Orangeville, Ontario

Squash

Am Braigh Farm in Orangeville, Ontario is dedicated to providing locally grown vegetables using organically sustainable methods. They strive to increase their soil fertility, lower their carbon footprint and build a strong vibrant local agricultural economy. Am Braigh is a Gaelic phrase meaning higher ground or upland – the farm’s name is inspired by the rolling hills of Headwaters and Dufferin County. Our kitchen uses Am Braigh Farm squash in many of our soups and dishes to enhance flavour.

Hillside Gardens Bradford, Ontario

Parsnip

Hillside Gardens in Bradford, Ontario has been farming for four generations in the rich muck soil of the Holland Marsh in Ontario’s Greenbelt. Their farm grows onions, carrots, turnips, beets and parsnips as well as heritage varieties of coloured beets and carrots, which are place-packed and shipped across Ontario and beyond. Our kitchen uses Hillside Garden’s parsnip as a side or garnish on our meals.


Albert's Leap Vaughan, Ontario

Albert’s Leap

Albert's Leap in Vaughan, Ontario is run by the Borgos family. The three Italian brothers have succeeded in making one of the finest Brie cheeses in Canada. Their award-winning brie is made using locally sourced milk in Orangeville, Ontario. Experience their artisan-crafted cheese in our oven-baked Brie dish.

Alliston Creamery Alliston, Ontario

Alliston Creamery

Alliston Creamery in Alliston, Ontario is a small, family-owned business. The Kennedy family has owned and operated the creamery since 1968, at that time producing about 600,000 pounds of butter per year. Alliston Creamery is one of the few creameries left in Ontario. Our kitchen uses their butter to accompany our housemade sourdough bread, as well as their Golden Dawn Unsalted butter exclusively for cooking and baking.

K2 Milling Beeton, Ontario

K2 Milling

K2 Milling in Beeton, Ontario is an artisanal flour mill that operates as a continuation of the Hayhoe family’s 127 legacy milling in Ontario. They have a truly unique milling technique that was developed in-house for Kraft milling to develop a high retention of flavor. They even produce their own energy on site! Our kitchen uses K2 Milling artisanal polenta for our Crispy Polenta dish roasted with wild mushrooms, tomato sauce and parmesan.

Van Groningen Farm Simcoe, Ontario

Van Groningen Farm

Van Groningen Farm in Simcoe, Ontario is a small family-owned farm that has been proudly serving Ontario families high quality meat since the 1970s. The four brothers specialize in small herd, high care beef that is never fed antibiotics, is fully traceable and is the first tenderness tester beef in Canada. Our kitchen uses Van Groningen Farm Beef in our famous “Globe” burger.

Wooley’s Lamb Simcoe, Ontario

Wooley’s Lamb

Wooley’s Lamb in Simcoe, Ontario raises 100% Ontario grass fed lamb on their beautiful lush pastures. Natural and nutrient rich grazing practices- similar to those found in rural United Kingdom, contribute to the unique tasty leanness of their lambs. Our kitchen uses their grass fed lamb in our Lamb Sirloin.

Woolwich Dairy Orangeville, Ontario

Woolwich Dairy

Woolwich Dairy in Orangeville, Ontario was established in 1983 producing delicious award winning goat cheese. With over 30 years of dedicated experience working exclusively with goat dairy, they have a love for Canadian goat farms, their animals and the fresh goat milk they produce. Our kitchen uses Woolwich Dairy goat milk in our Green Pea, Barley and Bacon Risotto. Likewise, their goat cheese is the star ingredient in our Mushroom and Goat Cheese Pâté.

Hyperlocal

Hyperlocal is a term we like to use around here. It really just means that we work with our friends and neighbours to source the freshest goods as close to home as possible.