Restaurants in Historic Houses in Mississauga
Our history peaks through on the modern city’s landscape. One of the ways we can connect with our past, and the rich stories it can tell, is through landmarks and historic buildings that have, over time, evolved and adapted to new uses as our city has grown.
Mississauga today is home many historic houses which originally served as private family homes, but have, over time, become restaurants, pubs, and other commercial establishments. There are many more than those which are pictured here.
Chelsea Restaurant, formerly the Peer House, built c1867
Crooked Cue, Port Credit, formerly the Vogue Theatre, build c1937
Cuchlainn’s Irish Pub, Streetsville, formerly Minerva’s Bower, built c1840
Culinaria Restaurant, formerly the Elliott House, built c1860
Franklin House, Streetsville, built c1855
El Mariachi, Streetsville, formerly the Graydon Block, built c1891
Old Barber House Restaurant, formerly the William Barber House, built c1862
Roc N Docs, Port Credit, formerly Credit View Dairy, built c1925
Scarlett House Catering, formerly the Hornby House, built c1850
Second Cup, Streetsville, formerly the Embleton-Goodison General Store, built c1830
The Wilcox Gastropub, formerly the Willcox House, built c1844
All images are courtesy of Heritage Mississauga.
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