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Unique Places to Eat in Kelowna, BC

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I was recently invited to Kelowna by Okanagan Wine Festivals Society to tour 9 wineries and take part in their 24th Spring Wine Festival garden party “Floral”. During the tour, we visited some amazing eateries than I want to highlight for you!

There are many more places to eat in Kelowna than what I have mentioned. If you have some recommendations that I must try, please let me know in the comments below!

BNA Brewing Co. & Eatery

Have you visited BNA Brewing? It is a great place to hang out with friends, play games, and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and eclectic furniture! The Spaghetti and Meatballs, compliments of BNA Brewing Co., was amazing and full of flavour.

Salt & Brick

If you’re looking for a unique dining experience in Kelowna, this is it. You don’t know from one day to the next next what is on the menu, as it changes daily. We thoroughly enjoyed every bite, and an Aperol Spritz, my new favourite drink!

Sunny’s—A Modern Diner

BBBBenny & the Jets…Eggs Benedict with house smoked salmon and coffee, compliments of the Okanagan Wine Festivals Society. So delicious, I order seafood any chance I get! Thank you, also, Okanagan Wine Festivals Society, for Rod Butters’ book, “The Okanagan Table”.

OAK + CRU | Social Kitchen & Wine Bar

Jennifer Widmer of Tourism Kelowna joined us for an amazing dinner compliments of OAK + CRU in the Delta Hotels Grand Okanagan Resort. Every meal I ate during my stay, was amazing! You have to visit. They also offer poolside service and I was able to enjoy my lunch in the sunshine.

Red Fox Club at Indigenous World Winery

Even if you choose not to taste the wines, visit the Red Fox Club for a delicious lunch from a seasonal local menu.

Andrea Callan, Chef de Cuisine, exceeded our expectations with food pairings. Respecting Aboriginal history, she created beautiful indigenous plates that paired perfectly with our selection of wines during lunch.

 

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