COVID-19 Response *UPDATE July 23, 2020*


We are coming up with some new creative ways to experience The Speakcheasy once again, stay tuned! 

J’adore is taking this opportunity to offer a special “Pickup Menu” so that you may still enjoy the comfort of lovely cheese in your own home.

For more information please visit      J’adore’s Pickup Menu

Please continue to support your local, independently owned small businesses. We/they need you now more than ever

This exclusive establishment is Barrie’s best kept secret and only open Friday & Saturday evenings

Hidden below the cheese shop you will find a nostalgic atmosphere that transports you to a 1920’s Speakeasy or as we like to call it a Speakcheasy. Listen to sweet sounds of Louis Armstrong while pairing Al Capone’s signature drink The South Side Fizz with cheese from around the world.

Explore their lengthy list of libations which include an impressive wine and scotch list, prohibition tea cup drinks as well as craft cocktails. The food menu consists of fondues, cheese from around the World and charcuterie.

Hint: Try the Smoked Old Fashioned!

Fill out the form below to reserve The Speakcheasy for your private event(Sunday-Thursday)

“If you’re looking for a fine cheese and chocolate place, J’adore is your spot.
If you’re looking to enter the 1920’s prohibition era, just head downstairs.”

“J’adore Fine Cheese and Chocolate has been providing Barrie with a little taste of the world going into their third year now. Located at 123 Dunlop Street east, the shop is a family passion for owners Jessi Fournier and her sister Bekki Martin, but you’ll often see many family members helping out when you stop by.”

Inquiry for The Speakcheasy

Thank you in your interest in booking the Speakcheasy for your private event! Our space holds a max capacity of 30 guests

Sunday thru Thursday are open for booking private events(certain criteria must be met). Please contact us for further information.

If you are a party of 12 or less please make your reservation online here

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