One of the nice things about Picton is that it lacks the mid-range chain restaurants that dominate so many cities. It forces people to check out some different places. The Painted Peppercorn is one of those small gems in this small town. It is located off Main Street in the heart of the City around the corner from The Bean Counter - the street entrance being on Elizabeth Street. It offers limited seating and a small menu - get there early to get a seat because it's popular! The website does indicate a seasonal patio but considering the cool air, I didn't bother to ask. I enjoyed a wonderful mushroom ravioli pasta dish with brie and a carrot and kale soup. Service was terrific and the atmosphere very nice. The prices are good considering the quality received. The restaurant also offers local beer and wines. Hours do vary so do check prior to going.
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