With areas outside the GTA having entered Stage 3, we proceeded with a journey to the KW area. Milton was my previous northwest limit, and it was astounding just how quickly we were able to reach our destination, in spite of the bounceback congestion on 401.
We first popped into Rainbow, whose elaborate menu and steady stream of customers had us in contemplation. Across the street was Mark's Caribbean Kitchen & Seafood, which, in spite of a patio presence, was as vacant as could be. Mindbogglingly steep prices and unauthentic dish names prompted us to return to Rainbow and join the persisting lineup.
Setting up fort was no easy feat, however, as the shore was a congregation area for all walks of wildlife, including the dreaded and protected Canada Geese. (Spoiler: We fortunately made it through unscathed.)
The cashier area was sandwiched between two pasty shelves: to the left dessert bars and to the right an assortment of bakery goods. Chilled beverages, including craft beer, were also available.
Acquired during this visit were a Pecan Butter Tart and Raspberry Crumble Muffin, the former receiving positive feedback overall and latter moist though devoid of noticeable chunks of fruit. Purchased for later enjoyment were the Espresso Chocolate Chip Scone and Flourless Almond Chocolate Fudge Cookie. A burlap bag, priced at a measly toonie, was also plucked from their merchandise counter as a kitschy-cute souvenir.