Food & Drink in Port Angeles

C$10.99 for Any Two Small Sub Sandwiches, Drinks, and Chips or Cookies at Quiznos (C$18.34 Value)

Quiznos

Victoria West

C$18.34 C$10.99

Meats, cheeses, and vegetables piled on gourmet sandwiches or rolled into wraps crisp and melt when toasted in an oven or on a grill

C$12 for a Friday- or Saturday-Night Comedy Show for Two at Hecklers Bar & Grill (C$24 Value)

Hecklers Bar & Grill

Burnside

C$24 C$12

(132)

Comedians who have appeared on HBO, Just for Laughs & more grace the stage, while audiences munch honey-bourbon or chipotle-barbecue wings

C$18 for C$35 Worth of Mezes, Pizza, and Celiac-Friendly Greek Cuisine at The Olive Grove

The Olive Grove

Victoria

C$35 C$18

Marinated bone-in lamb, fresh calamari, pizzas, and a full celiac-friendly menu served in a homey dining room or on a sunny patio

C$11 for C$20 Worth of Breakfast and Lunch at The Village

The Village

Royal Oak

C$20 C$11

(29)

Chefs craft sustainably harvested and local ingredients into breakfast and lunch treats, from challah french toast to Montreal-style brisket

C$15 for a Café Meal for Two with Soups and Sandwiches or Salads at The Hot and Cold Cafe (Up to C$32 value)

The Hot and Cold Cafe

Fairfield

C$32 C$15

Soups, salads, and sandwiches are crafted from scratch using local produce and meats

C$16 for C$30 Worth of Dinner at Cecelia Creek Eatery

Cecelia Creek Eatery

Victoria

C$30 C$16

(5)

Enjoy dinner fare featuring a range of unique poutine options

Burrito Meal for Two or Four or C$5 for C$10 Worth of Fast Mexican Food at Taco Time Victoria

Taco Time Victoria

Multiple Locations

C$24.46 C$12

Quesadillas encase chicken and seasoned ground beef, and daily-made ingredients burrow into hand-rolled burritos at quick Mexican eatery

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After dining at AJ’s Organic Cafe, it's hard to feel guilty. The frequently rotating menu, which features gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan options, delights taste buds with hormone-free, locally raised chicken, locally roasted turkey, and organic vegetables locally sourced whenever possible. Diners can dine on sandwiches made with in-house- and Island-baked breads, artisanal cheeses, and housemade vegan mayo while gazing at a living plant wall or enjoying the smells of freshly made dark chocolate brownies and cinnamon buns from their on-site bakery. Smoothies are freshly made with organic fruit and yogurt, plus, AJ’s catered lunches and dinners arrive in compostable, recyclable, or reusable containers.

800 Yates St
Victoria,
BC
CA

The Reef's chefs specialize in recreating the flavors of the tropics, from West Indies-style curries to Jamaican jerk quesadillas. They top eggs benedict with citrus-laced hollondaise for brunch, or stew savory ox tail in a thick broth with carrots and potatoes. Waiters then serve these creations in a space that's as flavorful as the food. Vibrant paintings and warm lighting filtered through the fronds of potted ferns create an aura of perpetual sunset.

The cooks don't constrain the Caribbean creativity to their scenic dining room, though. They often send a selection of their tasty dishes out with their colorful food truck, bringing tropical flavor to street corners around the city.

533 Yates St
Victoria,
BC
CA

The Black Olive?s chefs craft each component of their hearty Mediterranean meals in-house, including the olive oil?which they make using a cold-press process. Using their signature oil, they simmer meats for entrees of lamb and rabbit as well as toss pastas with steak and seafood. Pulling from their collection of British Columbian, European, South American, and New Zealand wines, servers suggest food and wine pairings that are as bold and inventive as a grizzled beat cop taking on a talking car as his partner. Though the menu follows traditional recipes, chefs can prepare dishes to accommodate those with celiac disease and other food allergies.

739 Pandora Avenue
Victoria,
BC
CA

A&W Restaurant, one of the largest burger chains in Canada, has been trapping burgers between buns and filling cups with creamy root beer for generations of famished families. Choose from a brood of belly-busting burgers, such as the Papa Burger, leading the pack with two beef patties (a $4.92 value). The Baby Burger induces burger purists to shed a single tear upon seeing the simple beef patty on a bun salaciously adorned with nothing but A&W seasoning and a dollop of ketchup (a $1.89 value). The beefy Uncle Burger (a $5.70 value, $0.50 extra for cheese) bogarts all the mouth room, sprawling its sirloin patty and lettuce-tomato-onion suit all over tongue sofas. Round out a meaty meal with a medium order of crisp fries (a $2.79 value) and a medium soda (a $2.34 value).

1778 Island Hwy
Victoria,
BC
CA

A&W Restaurant, one of the largest burger chains in Canada, has been trapping burgers between buns and filling cups with creamy root beer for generations of famished families. Choose from a brood of belly-busting burgers, such as the Papa Burger, leading the pack with two beef patties (a $4.92 value). The Baby Burger induces burger purists to shed a single tear upon seeing the simple beef patty on a bun salaciously adorned with nothing but A&W seasoning and a dollop of ketchup (a $1.89 value). The beefy Uncle Burger (a $5.70 value, $0.50 extra for cheese) bogarts all the mouth room, sprawling its sirloin patty and lettuce-tomato-onion suit all over tongue sofas. Round out a meaty meal with a medium order of crisp fries (a $2.79 value) and a medium soda (a $2.34 value).

3335 Douglas St
Victoria,
BC
CA

When Jordan Brown took over the breakfast cart of a local diner in 2010, he couldn’t help but notice that waffles sold like hotcakes. He spent the next few months creating his own batters, from regular and gluten-free waffles built with buckwheat to a sugar-free recipe that satisfied his diabetic diet. His creations were a hit, and within a few months, he was able to transition from a mobile business to a brick-and-mortar eatery, West Coast Waffles.

Adding local and organic ingredients to his batters, he's developed a menu of inventive waffles that fall into one of three categories: traditional real-fruit waffles coloured with clusters of raspberries and banana slices or cranberries and chocolate; sweet waffles that are decidedly decadent—the Yummy Gummy is decorated with gummy bears and whipped cream; and savoury waffles, including the Mexican Sunrise with scrambled eggs, spinach, salsa, and cheddar. Since the recipes defy the waffles-as-breakfast notion, the restaurant is open through dinner each night and until 2:30 a.m., Thursday–Saturday.

1235 Broad St
Victoria,
BC
CA