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Let's Eat

These stories about local food, restaurants and people behind the culinary scene are made possible through the continued support of the Clean Air Metals inc as part of our Community Leaders Program.

<b>Let's Eat:</b> Slate River Dairy

Let's Eat: Slate River Dairy

Slate River Dairy relies on science to create their supreme brand of dairy products
<b> Let's Eat:</b> Norteños Taqueria

Let's Eat: Norteños Taqueria

Norteños Taqueria opened two years ago in the middle of the pandemic, as owner Jamie Baratta brought flavours of Mexico home
<b>Let's Eat:</b> Pinetree Catering

Let's Eat: Pinetree Catering

For nearly 10 years, Pinetree Catering has built their menus around local food and flavours
<b>Let's Eat:</b> Mini Donut Shoppe

Let's Eat: Mini Donut Shoppe

The Mini Donut Shoppe has quickly found a loyal following in Thunder Bay
<b>Let's Eat:</b> pie.ology

Let's Eat: pie.ology

Amanda and Malcolm Hope loved pie.ology so much they bought it four years ago.
<b>Let's Eat:</b> Tomlin

Let's Eat: Tomlin

Tomlin is known for their ever-evolving menu, always updating based on the season.
<b>Let's Eat:</b> Golden Flower Grocery

Let's Eat: Golden Flower Grocery

Let's Eat: Golden Flower Grocery is a little store with a big heart, serving up a selection of harder-to-find Asian foods and ingredients.
<b>Let’s Eat:</b> Dawson General Store

Let’s Eat: Dawson General Store

Campers and locals alike can find just about anything at the Dawson General Store, including a wide array of homemade eats.
<b>Let’s Eat:</b> Food as a starting point

Let’s Eat: Food as a starting point

Roots to Harvest’s Culture Kitchen program provides a safe place for women to build relationships and learn new things. 
<b>Let’s Eat:</b> Building an inclusive community

Let’s Eat: Building an inclusive community

Three international students want to contribute to the community of Thunder Bay.
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