The Lighthouse45 Restaurant is a delight for the eyes and the palate – hidden among a natural waterside landscape it exudes culinary excellence. Here, our Chefs, artfully blend savoury tastes with innovative touches. Considered a must-see setting in Georgian Bay, don’t miss our picturesque vantage point on the water.
Our Piano Bar & Lounge is the perfect place to unwind with friends and enjoy the sounds of our live entertainment. Our full-service bar features an unmatched collection of cocktails, wines, aperitifs, premium liquors & craft beer.
For a more casual atmosphere, our Waterside Patio combines outdoor comfort with a sense of rustic elegance. Private dining is available in an intimate room. Rawley is an idyllic setting to bring your guests together for a memorable event.
CLOSED UNTIL MAY 14, 2020. THE LIGHTHOUSE45 RESTAURANT WILL
RE-OPEN FOR DINNER ON FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2020.
Or by phone, call 1-705-538-2272 or 1-800-263-7538.
Or if you are coming by boat, we monitor VHF Channel 68.
Click here to see the entertainment schedule.
Performances are subject to change.
STEVEN DOUCET, EXECUTIVE CHEF
Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, our new Executive Chef, Steven Doucet, grew up in the business. His grandmother was a private Chef and instilled in him a strong appreciation and respect for all things culinary and hospitality. At a young age, Steven was helping in the kitchen; fully immersed in the culinary culture and inner workings of a restaurant.
After growing up in some of the finest French restaurants in Montreal, Steven felt the need to branch out from the Quebec culinary scene. This lead him to attend the prestigious Culinary Institute of Canada in Prince Edward Island. Upon graduating with honours, Steven traveled to many parts of the world with each culture leaving a lasting impression on his cooking style and approach.
Steven spent five years as Executive Sous Chef at the Hilton Whistler and Resort Executive Chef at Panorama Ski Resort before returning to the East Coast. His previous experiences in Muskoka and Algonquin Park left fond memories and he is very excited about this new chapter. Steven looks forward to furthering the culinary excellence at Rawley and enjoying life in the Muskokas.