Great bar to sing your heart out and enjoy some karaoke. A little shy when it comes to singing? Don't worry, they serve tequilla.
Point of Interest
“Stop and see the beautiful bridge that links us to our neighbours to the south. Take a riverfront walk and enjoy the scenery. Make sure to get some famous bridge fries!”
“This is MUST DO while in Sarnia. This is a little Italian restaurant that serves family style meals. There is not a traditional menu, and the server inquires about your taste preferences, your choices of fresh pasta, sauces and you custom build the meal from there. The focaccia bread in dipped in infused oils is delicious! Be sure to make a reservation in advance to guarantee your spot and I believe they are closed on Sundays.”
“At its most basic, axe throwing is simply throwing an axe and sticking the blade into a target. Valley Axe has taken axe throwing to another level and built an indoor facility for players to hone their skills and have a blast with friends and family. The axes, the targets, coaching, music, and beverages, are all made available so you can focus on hitting a bullseye and hearing that oh-so-satisfying thunk of the blade sinking into the target.”
“Centennial Park is a charming park for visitors and residents who want to be near Sarnia’s scenic waterfront. In the winter holiday season, there is the Festival of Lights. You can enjoy a stroll through the exhibit sipping on a hot cup of cocoa. Folks of all ages enjoy this seasonal event and many families are in attendance to help get in the spirit. In the spring/summer/fall months, there are some lovely gardens to take in and fountains to dip your toes into while enjoying the path along the waterfront. You may see folks biking, roller-blading, or just strolling by...”
“FREE ADMISSION & Conservation area - Sizable wetlands providing a habitat for many plant & bird species, including migratory waterfowl. Plenty of activities like hiking, fishing and a picnic area too. Here is a merely a snippet of info from their website: "The Wawanosh Wetlands Conservation Area is part of a series of continentally important wetlands located in southwestern Ontario. It continues to provide critical habitat for North American waterfowl species, as well as other migrating species. The region is host to over 700 species of plants, 220 species of birds and a wide array of mammals, fish, reptiles and amphibians. ”