The Pattie House - Coboconk

The Pattie House has been around since 1873, serving as an attraction for locals and visitors alike. Originally built as a hotel stop and restaurant for the newly arrived Toronto and Nipissing Railway, the Pattie House almost closed in 2013. It was purchased, enovated and reopened as a barbecue house featuring live music 

A landmark in Dorothy Ellen Palmer's When Fenelon Fallsthe Pattie House is a local icon in the Kawartha Lakes region and worth a stop when in the area. 

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