Food & Drink


My primary responsibility as your Member of Parliament is to help my neighbours and our community here in Milton. We know that Canadians pay too much for their medication, and that we are the only country in the world with universal health care, but no universal drug coverage. I’ve always been an advocate for a National Pharmacare program, so I’m proud that our government has launched the first step toward comprehensive coverage – with broad support for contraception and diabetes medications.

Milton was whisked through the gates of time and transported into the Victorian Era for the ever so popular Milton event “Victorian Tea”. The event was hosted in the lovely Gambrel Barn at County Heritage Park and the venue only added to the splendor. With the in-person event being in hiatus for two years due to covid people couldn’t wait to see everyone again in person dressed in their Victorian finery.

After two long years, Luigi’s Lasagna & Pizzeria is excited to welcome patrons back for in person dining again now that the Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted by the public health department. Drop in with your friends or family and check out the updates that have been made to the dining room. Dining room hours are 11am – 1am daily and free WiFi is available. Previously overnight ordering was only available through UberEats; but now you may order online directly through for pick up or delivery 24 hours a day.

Over the last year Luigi’s Lasagna & Pizzeria has added many new items to their menu; but most recently have added the Super Party Size Pizza. This 25” square pizza with 48 slices easily feeds 12-18 people and is available for dine in or take out starting at $49.99. Want to try to get your super party size pizza for free? Try Milton’s Biggest Pizza Challenge.

Just before our recent lockdown East Side Marios in Milton held a successful fundraiser for Food 4 Kids. They collected food both food as well as cash donations.

In addition to the food collected they were able to contribute over $1,000 directly to Food 4 Kids. “We love when we can use our restaurant as a place to give back to the community. Food 4 Kids is an important organization doing valuable work and we just want to help” said franchise owner Zain.

No One Goes Hungry hosted a Gala Dinner at November 13th at Country Heritage Park and also used the venue to announce their new partnership with Country Heritage Park and their Conestoga Community Kitchen.

The program No One Goes Hungry is super excited to be a part Country Heritage Park in their shared vision of giving back to the community.

The #milltonstrong facebook group has created a new Milton local restaurants Dinner Club to help support the local Milton food industry. The group is setup to get together once a month and try a new restaurant and also serve as a meet and greet for the Milton community.

“My goal was to be able to offer support to local owned restaurants and also give us a chance to taste secret menu items and at the same time give us a chance to socialize with the people we have been interacting with over Facebook!” said group co-founder Jeffrey Pereira.

The Great Canadian Baking Show is a deliciously heartwarming programme to watch on the CBC each cold Sunday evening through the pandemic of February-March-April  2021.

The culinary creations are usually beautifully presented. Viewers get to watch the successes and failures of the participants from the safety of their couches, generally feeling removed from the stress as bread rises or caves in; elaborate icing designs dissolve and many great plans come to nothing. It is competition at its best and most exciting.