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“Expect to walk through 165 years of living history at Benares Historic House, a Georgian-style abode in South Mississauga that has been home to four generations of families throughout the years.”
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“Capra’s Kitchen 1834 Lakeshore Road West, Mississauga Distance from rental: 15 minute drive *An Italian restaurant with upscale pasta and pizza in an industrial chic environment. ”
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“Clarkson Village, is a neighbourhood in the southwest corner of the city of Mississauga, along the shore of Lake Ontario. In 1808, Warren and Joshua Clarkson immigrated to this area. They stayed here, worked hard and built a home here. They started farming in this area and built the community's first store along the stagecoach trail. Soon after, they opened a post office and asked for a train station to export their strawberries. Clarkson is home to both of the City of Mississauga's historic museums: Bradley Museum and Benares House. The Bradley Museum provides a window into the everyday life of early settlers in Ontario, and hosts Sunday teas, rotating exhibits, and special events. The museum grounds include the original farmhouse built in 1830. Benares House, located on the border between Clarkson and the neighbouring community of Lorne Park, was inhabited by four generations of the Harris and Sayers families. Rumored to be the inspiration for Canadian author Mazo de la Roche's famous "Whiteoak Chronicles" (or "Jalna series") novels. The area has a lot of bars and restaurants as well as cozy small shops which still gives you the feeling of a village. Pure nature is accessible in walking distance (Rattray Marsh Conservation Area) Commute to Toronto and Niagara Falls is super fast and easy thanks to Clarkson GO Station.”
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“Momiji means maple leaf in Japanese, a name taken by the restaurant in honour of their adopted country, representing the coming together of two diverse cultures. Momiji Japanese Restaurant is great for casual and formal dining in Clarkson, serving quality sushi & sashimi a la carte, sushi pizza, teriyaki and other bountiful Japanese cuisine (ranging in price from $8 to $30).”
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“Mickey's Dragon Pizza – Appeared on “You Gotta Eat Here” (Clarkson Village Area) 1900 Lakeshore Road West Distance from rental: 16 minute drive – waaaay too long of a walk *You must try their deep dish pizza – this is what they are known for ”
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“ If you are vegetarian, this place is great and the meat dishes are great too. Small, local, made fresh to order stunning Indian and Thai cuisine.”
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