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  • Arbutus Ridge Golf Club
    Nestled amid the vibrant scenery of Cowichan's wine country, Arbutus Ridge Golf Club's 18-hole, par 71 course weaves through 6,193 yards of fairways and greens kissed by breezes moving inland off the waters of the Saanich Inlet. Named one of Canada's Ten Best Golf Courses for Value by Westjet's Up! magazine in 2009, the course's front nine weaves alongside the seaside community of Cobble Hill before ascending a ridge to a plateau on the back nine, where players can soak in sweeping views of Salt Spring Island and name new constellations in the divots peppered across the course below. Though players encounter many par 4s and reachable par 5s, Arbutus Ridge concludes with three treacherous holes, including the 214-yard, par 3 17th hole, where golfers must overcome swirling winds to land tee shots on an island green. Golfers can prepare for rounds with a stint at the club's driving range or by scouting sand traps' self-defence mechanisms while watching the club's online course videos. Arbutus Ridge cares about the condition of its course and the nature that surrounds it, and because of its efforts toward sustainable practices, the course has been certified by Audubon International. After rounds, course patrons can retire to the Satellite Bar & Grille, which overlooks the Satellite Channel and serves a seasonal menu of West Coast–influenced French bistro fare, with offerings that include halibut, salmon, and tenderloin steak, which pairs well with a glass of Jean Van de Velde's tears. Course at a Glance: 18-hole, par 71 course Length of 6,193 yards from the farthest tees Course rating of 70.3 from the farthest tees Slope rating of 125 from the farthest tees Four tee options Scorecard
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    3515 Telegraph Rd
    Cobble Hill, BC CA
  • Steeples Bar & Grill
    For patrons bound for Steeples Bar and Grill, the experience begins before the restaurant comes into view. A scenic drive over the Malahat and through Goldstream Provincial Park offers a feast of vistas, and then the restaurant's steeple—an artifact of the restored church where it has taken up residence—peaks through the trees like a giant toddler playing hide-and-seek. Beneath it, beams that were hand-hewn generations ago hint at present-day staff members' attention to detail. Amid casual, cozy surroundings including shuttered windows, guests dine on upscale dishes such as steak encrusted with black peppercorns, seared tuna, and creamy tarragon fettuccine replete with king prawns. The drink menu complements meals with daiquiris, martinis, and draft beers.
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    2744 Shawnigan Lake Rd.
    Shawnigan Lake, BC CA
  • Merridale Ciderworks Corp.
    While expecting their last child, Janet Docherty and Rick Pipes decided they wanted to spend more time together and thus embarked on a mission to open their own business. This choice led them to purchase Merridale Ciderworks Corp., which they soon expanded with a larger cellar and new cider tasting room. Today, the couple and their staff lasso trees and pick apples across an approximately 13-acre orchard, which mirrors the soil, climate, and alveolar trills of European cider regions. After pressing the fruit into 100 per cent pure apple juice, they ferment ciders inside stainless steel tanks using chemical-free, sustainable practices. They use this process to craft seven unique cider varieties along with three dessert wines and a motley crew of spirits. Janet and Rick also invite customers on behind-the-scenes tours to discover their cider-making process and favourite stunt cars. They host events such as weddings and complement drinks with hearty bistro fare crafted from local ingredients.
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    1230 Merridale Road
    Cobble Hill, BC CA
  • Old Fork Burger Bistro
    From the housemade sauces, dressings, and jams to their penchant to playing oldies, they prefer to do things the old-fashioned way at The Old Fork. It's hearty, handmade deliciousness for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, seven days a week, includes burgers made from scratch. For example, the What the Cluck is made with a grilled chicken breast, maple glaze, swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato, and roasted garlic aioli, while the nacho average veggie burger places cheddar, house-made guacamole, salsa, and chipotle aioli on a garden vegetarian patty. All burgers are served with a soup, salad, or fries. The menu's large, inventive handmade burgers are made using beef, chicken, lamb, turkey, cod, tuna, or quinoa, which allows a little something for everyone.
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    140 Trans-Canada Hwy.
    Duncan, BC CA
  • The Old Fork
    In the morning, The Old Fork welcomes early risers into its rustic interior, where they can start their day off with cups of freshly brewed coffee and hearty plates of breakfast poutine topped with a fried egg. The lunchtime crowd satisfies its midday cravings with the brawny Montreal meat sandwich and grilled Cajun chicken burger. As the sun begins to dip below the horizon, the lights dim and the dining room transforms into a scene for romantic date nights, complete with glasses of signature champagne, cocktails, and cold, local craft beers. During dinner hours, the kitchen prepares small plates including carpaccio with horseradish aioli and slow-braised butter chicken served over rice pilaf with fluffy naan bread.
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    140 Trans-Canada Hwy.
    Duncan, BC CA
  • The Chef's Table
    The Chef's Table serves up sumptuous multicourse dinners nightly, in an intimate dining room located within a scenic bed and breakfast. There is no set menu; instead, custom menus are created each day, with chefs preparing appetizers, entrees, and desserts while guests look on. In the past, they've crafted gourmet dishes such as prosciutto-wrapped asparagus or Pacific caesar salad with scallops and caper berries. Guests are free to ask questions and take notes throughout the dinner. Afterward, the night's recipes are posted on the website.
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    8035 Vye Road
    Crofton, BC CA

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