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Ontario's Dome Dining Will Give You Fall & Winter Vibes

Leaves are finally on the ground and you can enjoy the colourful views from your own pod at this spot. 

You can enjoy a meal in a cozy paradise at Ontario's dome dining pods this season.

The Village Biergarten in St. Jacobs has transformed its patio into a wonderland for the fall and winter months.

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The private domes are available for a maximum of eight people, with a minimum spend of $100.

Each reservation allows for 1 hour and 45 minutes to relax and enjoy your meal.

Currently, the pods are decked out in fall decor, and a small Oktoberfest menu is being offered. The minimum spend does not apply to this menu.

You can reserve this magical dome dining experience online by visiting the venue's website.

Get your friends together and dine in a cozy pod this season.

The Village Biergarten Domes

Price: Minimum $100 

When: Fall and winter 

Address: 1381 King St. N., St. Jacobs, ON

Why You Need To Go: These magical pods let you enjoy a meal in your own private patio dome. 

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