Exploring Downtown Oakville: Shops, Restaurants, and More!

Dec 16, 2015

Oakville is a beautiful place to live. If you’ve ever explored downtown Oakville then you will understand why it’s such a sought after area. There are so many one-of-a-kind restaurants, big brand shops and smaller boutiques that line the main street. It is an inviting area and a great place to take a stroll on a sunny afternoon. With the lake just a two-minute walk from the main street, and you’ll see the backs of beautiful dream homes.

A must-try place to eat in Oakville is Stoney’s Bread Company on Kerr St. Everyone who lives in Oakville knows about Stoney’s. Their menu features a selection of mouth-watering sandwiches, pizzas and pastas, and their incredible all day breakfast on Sundays never disappoints!
Next month downtown Oakville will be hosting the 43rd annual Sidewalk Sale from June 11-14. There will be six full blocks of incredible shopping! Be sure to stop by for great finds and sales and download the Downtown Oakville app to your smart phone to receive notifications on sales and exclusive in app promotions and discounts all year round!
What are your favourite places to eat and shop in Oakville? Please share!

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