Small-town Canada is often a breath of fresh air to those tired of the bustle of city life and looking to make a change. One reason for this attraction is the
one-of-a-kind, family owned restaurants with great food and interesting stories behind them. Well-loved fixtures in their communities, these rare gems prove that you don’t need a famous brand
name to stay around and profitable for decades. B&J’s Restaurant in Gore Bay Ontario on Manitoulin Island is just such a place. Founders Bill and Joann Woods built this remarkable restaurant
back in 1986, and it’s been a consistent success ever since. Watch the video below for the full B&J’s story.