Warmer weather means a change in culinary seasons at LIV Restaurant in Niagara-on-the-Lake. It recently launched its new spring/summer fine dining menu filled with succulent flavours and bursting with local seasonal produce. Here are some of the can’t miss dishes for curious casuals and serious foodies alike: Grilled 8 oz peppercorn crusted wellington county beef tenderloin, himalayan rock salt, gorgonzola [...]Read more ›
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As the autumn colours fade into cool winter frost, LIV Restaurant in Niagara-on-the-Lake releases a host of bold new flavours to compliment the season. Headlining this year’s Fall/Winter menu at the award-winning restaurant are hearty, fill-your-tummy meat dishes paired with succulent local tastes. Jordan Station Smoked Oka Stuffed Pork Tenderloin, Forty Creek Whiskey Peppercorn Angus Beef Striploin, and Niagara Baco [...]Read more ›
The sun’s out, the weather’s warm – those precious summer days have arrived. So…what are you doing inside? Get yourself to one of Niagara’s lovely outdoor patios…right now. What are you…crazy? Like visiting your Auntie Gwen The Pie Plate Bakery and Café in Virgil doesn’t technically have a patio…it has a porch, just like your dear old Auntie Gwen [...]Read more ›
Niagara foodies always delight in the usual change over to summer seasonal menus with fresh produce and bright coloured martinis but this summer the name of the game is adventure. Executive Chef at LIV Restaurant Michael Price, has infused his new summer menu tastes with carefully crafted surprises. The wildberry quinoa salad pops with an ice wine shooter, the grill [...]Read more ›
LIV Restaurant has taken culinary artistry to a new level with the launch of its Fall 2013 Menu. The award-winning Niagara fine dining hotspot at White Oaks Resort celebrated the launch with a tasting event, and continues with its high standard of delicious dishes. Treat the foodie in you to an unforgettable dining experience, and take in the masterpieces…LIV’s fall/winter [...]Read more ›
There’s a richness in our Niagara soil and a warmth in the air that produces some of the finest grapes in the world – and some of the best wines. Sharing the same latitude with the wine-growing regions of France, Italy, Germany and Northern California, Niagara is home to more than 80 wineries – and they’re all eager to throw [...]Read more ›
I recently assisted with the organization of an amazing event we hosted here at White Oaks for the first time. The Canadian Copper Skillet Chef Competition where chefs from conference centres belonging to the prestigious International Association of Conference Centers compete to be top chef if Canada. The winner of this iron chef style cooking competition then competes against chefs [...]Read more ›