The Traditional Shore dinner dates back to the late 1800’s when oarsmen, now know as guides would row passengers in their skiffs to and from fishing grounds. Stopping midday at an island they would cook a noonday meal of the morning’s catch. The menu consists of bacon lettuce tomato sandwich appetizers, tossed salad with Thousand Island dressing, fresh pan fried fish, salt potatoes, guide’s famous French toast for dessert accompanied with guides coffee.

Fish from 8 AM until around noon, our professional guides will then take you to a beautiful island in the middle of the St. Lawrence River where he will prepare your meal from the catch of the day.

Enjoy a fresh green salad with our very own local Thousand Islands Dressing. BLT sandwiches are also served with locally grown fresh tomatoes, lettuce and onion.  Enjoy another local favorite, our salt potatoes…and your fresh caught fish, fried to a golden brown.

For dessert, your guide will prepare French Toast, served with local Maple Syrup for dessert.