Visiting Chef series at the Little Inn

li_logo_footerBAYFIELD — The Inn is pleased to announce the launch of our Visiting Chef series. Every couple of months, the Little Inn will be inviting a visiting Chef to take over our kitchen!

Bringing their own unique culinary talent to the Inn’s kitchen, an evening with a visiting Chef is the perfect way to experience cuisine from other parts of the province without leaving the comfort of Bayfield and the Inn.

Meet the Chefs, hear them speak about their unique cuisine, culinary philosophies and taste their delicious creations as they take you through a five course culinary journey.

Kicking off the series on Wednesday, October 21, The Little Inn is pleased to welcome Chef Paul Boehmer, of Böehmer Restaurant in Toronto.

Discover Böehmer Restaurant by visiting

This unique evening with Chef Boehmer is priced at $90 per person*, includes a five course menu, with optional wine pairing priced at $45 per person.

Why not make a night of it and enjoy a stay at the Inn after dinner? Dinner and room packages are priced at $379, based on double occupancy*. Best available room upon booking. Breakfast at the Inn is always complimentary for house guests. Book early to reserve your seat at the table and savour Chef Paul Boehmer’s distinctive fare!

*applicable taxes, alcohol and gratuities not included

About Chef Paul Boehmer

Chef Paul Boehmer’s commitment to fine cuisine spans more than two decades. Learning his craft as an apprentice, he went on to hone his craft at several top Toronto establishments. After an apprenticeship under the noted chef Michael Stadtlander in 1983, Paul moved to Scaramouche in 1985 as chef tournant.

Thereafter, he went on to Bistro 990 as sous chef in 1987. Paul rejoined Michael Stadtlander for two years at Nekah before accepting an appointment as Chef of Lakes Bar and Grill in 1990.

He advanced to executive chef at Opus Restaurant from 1992 to 2001. After a one year sabbatical, the Prince of Wales Hotel welcomed Paul as the executive chef of escabeche. Paul also worked with Charles Khabouth, opening Ultra Supper Club, and with Galen Weston Jr. at The Spoke Club.

Public Praise and reviews of Paul Boehmer’s cuisine have appeared in many notable publications including The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Toronto Life, The Toronto Sun, American Lawyer and various internet sources. Paul opened Boehmer in early 2010. As chef and owner he continues the culinary traditions of his early career, offering affordable upscale dishes featuring locally grown and harvested Canadian ingredients.


From the Bayfield Little Inn, October 15, 2015