Join us to find out why a dinner at Bartlett Lodge is a “not to be missed” night out in Algonquin Park. A ride in our motorized freighter canoe begins an unforgettable evening. As you enter our lounge and dining room, the history of tourism in Algonquin comes alive. Our tabletop models of the Highland Inn, Mowat Lodge, the Hotel Algonquin and Nominigan Lodge remind you of days gone by.
The Muskoka Sun in July 2002 commented; “This is an experience that we would recommend to anyone looking for a day and a meal they will never forget.” Frommer’s 2002 Algonquin Provincial Park guidebook designated Bartlett Lodge as a “find.” Their review called us “the scrappy gourmet newcomer on the Algonquin lodge dining scene. In a short time they have managed to acquire a reputation for daring and delicious cuisine…” Executive Chef Jakob Lutes has brought an international flavour using Muskoka and Ontario food items, thus incorporating them to reflect the Algonquin terrior.
Dress: Dress in our dining room is informal and casual. Please, no “Short shorts” or “cutoffs.”
Liquor: The dining room is not licensed to serve liquor. Lodge guests are welcome to bring their own wine. Our staff will be pleased to uncork your bottle.