Restaurants in Kelowna

50% Off Gastropub Dinner at McCulloch Station Pub

Southeast Kelowna

C$60 C$30


Classic pub fare such as gourmet burgers with Guinness cheese or smoked gouda, thin-crust pizza, and specialty salads

Up to 44% Off Casual Fine Dining

Downtown Kelowna

C$40 C$23


Fine-dining restaurant with casual atmosphere features North American and international dishes such as New York steak and New Zealand lamb

Up to 46% Off Dinner at Social 242 Lounge and Grill

Central City

C$60 C$35


Anchored by a 250-bottle wine wall, sleekly decorated restaurant serves fresh seafood and steak at dinner

40% Off Gourmet Burgers at Sliderz Community House


C$20 C$12


Gourmet burgers, plus poutine, soups, and salads, all homemade

Up to 51% Off Fast Food at A&W


C$10.15 C$5

Five-ounce patties with toppings such as pickles, bacon, and cheddar, sided with fries and soft drinks; family meal with kid's packs

The Vanilla Pod – Up to 52% Off Spring Menu

Poplar Grove Winery

C$98 C$49


Award-winning chef prepares a menu of dishes such as braised shortrib and lingcod in red curry with views of Lakes Okanagan and Skaha

53% Off Indian Cuisine at Spice Magic


C$44.78 C$21

Chefs prepare fluffy naan breads and creamy raita to pair with dishes such as lamb rogan josh, chicken tikka, and vegetable curry

Bogners of Penticton – Up to 48% Off Dinner


C$124 C$70

Local ingredients shine in dishes such as seasonal wontons, smoked butternut squash soup, and pan-seared beef tournedos

41% Off Cheeseburgers and Fries at Burger 55


C$21.50 C$12.75


At a renovated 1946 garage eatery, handmade Angus patties, shredded aged cheddar, and piles of onions slide onto condiment-covered buns

Half Off at Sol Grill Room & Lounge at Holiday Inn Osoyoos


C$40 C$20


Filet mignon, wild salmon, and rack of lamb pair with wine in spacious eatery overlooking Lake Osoyoos

Up to 39% Off Rodizio at Boa Nova Restaurant


C$77.98 C$49

Gouchos make the rounds, serving eight different types of fire-roasted meat tableside

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A chain of restaurants founded in 1952, Fatburger’s team of skilled grillsmiths tirelessly bustles about kitchens across the continent whipping up platefuls of fresh, cooked-to-order diner fare. Upon receiving each patron’s order, chefs spring into action meticulously preparing feasts from the finest of ingredients including AAA Alberta beef, hand-picked produce, and cholesterol-free oil. Frozen treat specialists plunge scoops into ice cream containers, extracting creamy orbs to be transformed into milkshakes so old fashioned that they only enter the straw after donning a set of pearls. Fostering an authentic atmosphere, each Fatburger location features retro decor and enforces a strict poodle-skirt-only dress code for all diners.

1101 Harvey Ave

At all hours, the sound of a whisk against a bowl rings through Cafe Soleil as chefs scramble eggs for an all-day breakfast menu. Omelettes bursting with pepper jack cheeses, grilled chicken, and house-made salsas rest alongside eggs benedict prepared in several different fashions. As the morning sun fades and even roosters that know “Stairway to Heaven” pipe down, guests switch to grilled turkey burgers and pork-rib sandwiches. On the weekends, the café often hosts live bands, which add a lively aural backdrop to the happy chatter of guests.

553 Bernard Ave

Family owned and modern, Poppadoms prepares contemporary yet authentic Indian dishes fresh with natural ingredients. The extensive menu nods respectfully to the past with vegetable pakoras ($7) and samosas ($7)—recipes the proprietors inherited from their mother and grandmother—while also charging full-speed ahead into an unknown, cuisine-bending wormhole with innovative signature dishes such as tender, coconut-crusted halibut pieces topped with silky curry sauce ($25). Butter chicken ($16) grounds hungry avivores while vegetarians can enjoy the saag paneer's succulent blend of garlic and spinach ($14) or the yoghurt and black lentils of daal makhani ($12). Groups of diners can slide into capacious booths beneath minimalist earth-toned murals to dish out hearty helpings of family-style delicacies and motherly guilt, and those with special nutritional needs can enjoy gluten-free, lactose-free, and vegan eats.

948 McCurdy Rd

The array of draft beer and chilled wines at Woody's washes down a menu of classic pub offerings. While relaxing in the eatery's casual dining room, diners disassemble racks of ribs ($15) and cast anchors into plates of fish 'n' chips ($11). Idle molars can exercise around a sweet-chili chicken wrap ($11), prawns thoughtfully blanket a steak ($16), and bacon, mushroom, and cheddar toppings test the foundation of a burger ($12). Between bites, patrons sip ice-cold beer while shooting pool, watching sports on TV, or playing their kazoos along with the pub's occasional karaoke and live music performances. Though not included with today's Groupon, customers can also purchase their favourite wines and bubbly brews at the pub's on-site liquor store.

9882 Hwy 97

Wedge Artisan's pizza gurus bake a full menu of 12- and 15-inch thin-crust pizzas made with milled flour and both locally sourced and imported ingredients. Rev up teeth crankers to devour a spicy chicken pizza ($10–$15) in one deft chomp, or relax as a classic cheese-and-tomato pizza furnishes mouth interiors with crispy crust and tasty yet timeless lamp decals ($8–$10). For the Wedge Artisan Marg pizza, cooks knead and flatten the diner's choice of white or whole-wheat dough, slather on a basil paste, and then sprinkle on tomatoes, roasted garlic, and bocconcini cheese ($10–$15). Meanwhile, meat piles on top of the peculiarly named Carnivore pizza ($10–$15), and peaches sweeten a prosciutto-topped pie ($10–$15). Customers can substitute vegan soy cheese for free, or will the gluten out of 12-inch pizza crusts for an additional $3.

1184 High Road

Tangled in the hushed vines of British Columbia's scenic wine country, Okanagan Wine Country Tours weaves grape aficionados through breathtaking and informative excursions. The seven-hour trek across Naramata Bench commences as the moon melts at 9:30 a.m. and swiftly swoons over the Okanagan's cradled valley, breaking for a vineyard lunch (for an additional cost). Inhale the fresh aromas blooming in a glass of wine from one of the five to eight winery stops along the way, or trip along the undulating hillsides, scanning the pristine pastures for signs of secret government bunkers. Possible tour legs include the Elephant Island Orchard Winery, Kettle Valley Winery, and more.

544 Harvey Avenue