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Ontario's Boathouse Seafood Restaurant Near The Beach Will Whisk You Away To Malibu

Now that patios are all the rage, you'll want to spend your summer days soaking up the views on this one. Located right on the water, this gorgeous boathouse deck lets you enjoy seafood while gazing out at the shining harbour. It's the perfect spot to hit up after a day at the beach. Start planning your next summer road trip to Ontario's Boathouse Seafood Restaurant.

Is there anything more serene than eating a meal surrounded by gorgeous water views?

This charming restaurant in Belleville brings waterfront dining to a whole new level.

Located three and a half hours from Toronto, the Boathouse Seafood Restaurant has a spacious patio that sits right on top of the water.

Offering expansive views of Victoria Harbour, it was named "Best Seafood Restaurant in Ontario" in 2019 by the Ontario Food Awards.

You can enjoy plates of just about any kind of seafood your heart desires here.

From coconut shrimp to battered fish to seafood linguini, you'll feel like you're spending a day in Malibu at this beachy spot.

Seafood tacos are always a must-try, and you can indulge in spicy shrimp tacos to add some heat to your summer days.

Complete your tropical vacation vibe with a slice of coconut cream pie for dessert.

The patio is full of cute stripy umbrellas that offer some shade and coolness. 

It's open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. for all your seafood cravings.

To complete your day trip, you can stop at Sandbanks Provincial Park before your patio meal.

The park boasts one of Ontario's most dreamy beaches, with 12 kilometres of white sand dunes and stunning blue waters.

The area is also home to several wineries and a blooming lavender farm for you to explore.

Have your very own Malibu-esque vacay right here in Ontario by hitting up the beach and this waterfront patio.

Boathouse Seafood Restaurant

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Seafood

Address: 32 South Front St., Belleville, ON

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy tasty seafood dishes and a shining waterfront patio that will make you feel like you're in Malibu.

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