Restaurants in Kelowna


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  • The Lake Lounge on Okanagan
    Even as it soars across the deep, clear blue waters of Lake Okanagan, the Lake Lounge keeps its passengers, crew, and cooperative stowaways connected to a bevy of land-based pleasures. A comprehensive sound system blasts pleasurable beats throughout its two decks, and three flat-screen TVs reaching widths up to 50 inches broadcast the passengers' choice of entertainment. On the lower deck, vaulted ceilings soar over dinner tables and an electric fireplace keeps the room warm in colder weather, and on the open top deck passengers bask in lake breezes and take in panoramic views of the water and evergreen-coated shoreline. When not focused on the scenery, they step across an elevated dance floor lit by multicoloured lights or discuss their favourite childhood pet fish over tipples from a fully stocked bar. Dinner-cruise passengers sup on a daily-changing menu that cycles through regular entrees such as cedar-plank salmon and peach barbecue chicken. As the Lake Lounge sails past opulent lakeside homes and the city skyline, the sun colours the sky as it sets and the stars sleepily stumble into place to form their constellations. The ship's crews also host wedding receptions, family reunions, and birthday parties on the dual decks.
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    #4 - 200 Bernard Ave.
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Cafe Soleil
    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 other sandwiches.
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    553 Bernard Ave.
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • The Yellowhouse Restaurant
    Outside the bright-yellow Victorian house that stands amid a copse of trees, diners on the front patio sit underneath bright-yellow umbrellas in warm weather, tucking into seared fish, grilled steaks, and curries. Others do the same inside the house's intimate, candle-lit dining room. The Yellow House Restaurant, housed inside the old Williams Inn 1906 heritage building, welcomes guests onto its historic grounds for meals of international flavours paired with wine from the Okanagan and other regions. Owners Robert Ahlgren and Darren Stanfield craft a menu with fresh local produce, meats, seafood, and other ingredients. Chefs assemble the meal components in-house, including soups, sauces, and dressings. Seasonal dishes that focus on regional North American recipes, such as steelhead trout, lamb, and pork, are garnished with rhubarb and blueberry compotes, wild mushrooms, and cream reductions. Some dishes focus on the culinary traditions of Europe, South America, and Asia—chicken tagliatelle escorts curry and mango chutney, and rib-eye steak arrives tableside drizzled in an argentine chimichurri sauce. Yellow House also caters group functions held in a private dining room, and hosts local and touring musicians.
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    526 Lawrence Ave.
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Cabana Bar & Grille
    Even from the outside, Cabana Bar & Grille looks stunning—a towering lakeside edifice crowned with handsome wood-beam awnings, surrounded by potted palms, and illuminated by the flames of outdoor fire pits. Past the gurgling fountain and cushioned furniture of the patio, hanging globes tie the indoor decor to the outdoor, spotlighting spacious leather booths and abstract artwork on the walls. In a lounge area, flat-screen TVs complement curtained walls between windows that, like giants peeking in from outside, yawn from floor to ceiling. This vibrant and sophisticated setting creates a fitting backdrop for chef Diana Johnstone equally complex and upscale menu of internationally inspired dishes. Johnstone—a veteran of Top Chef Canada and Food Network's Chopped Canada —folds Okanagan seasonal ingredients into artisanal pizzas, pastas, and specialties. To complement the flavours of Alberta certified Angus beef, B.C. salmon, and local produce, the restaurant offers Okanagan wines and a colourful array of posh cocktails, including cosmopolitans with top-shelf vodka and mangojitos with fresh mint.
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    3799 Lakeshore Road
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Twisted Tomato Kelowna
    Michelle and Jason Troll's vision of Italian-fusion cuisine begins with their menu, which surprises diners with traditional dishes such as macaroni 'n' cheese reinterpreted with premium ingredients that range from Atlantic lobster to wild mushrooms. This fusion of traditional and modern continues into the dining room, where sumptuous red booths and curtains create a textural contrast with exposed-brick accents, ornate chandeliers, and slate floors. The Trolls expanded on that theme by creating a space that flexes seamlessly between upscale dining establishment and local gathering place. Bartenders pour guests a drink, and then encourage them to check out the 75-seat rooftop patio, which affords views of the cityscape and hungry hot air balloon captains who snatch at the eatery's come-hither bowls of fettuccini. The atmosphere livens up all the more on the weekend, when a DJ sates the music-hungry by spinning a live set.
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    371 Bernard Avenue
    Kelowna, BC CA
  • Domino's Pizza Penticton
    Domino’s has been decorating dough canvases with flavourful sauces, an assortment of cheeses, and high-quality toppings that range from classic to unconventional since 1960. Domino’s dough is tossed daily and stretched by human hands, not by clumsy catapults and model airplanes flying in opposite directions. Treat friends to a tasteful feast by checking the online menu and crafting a custom masterpizza with Domino's wide range of ingredients. Famished diners too starved to choose their own toppings can select from Domino’s Feasts, featuring pizzas loaded with a variety of meats and veggies. Pizzas such as the ExtravaganZZa, Hawaiian, or MeatZZa all impart a delicious diversity of tastes. Nonpizza fare includes chicken wings, boneless chicken bites, cheesy bread, twisty bread, garlic bread sticks, and cinnasticks or chocolate lava crunch cakes for dessert.
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    3818 Gordon Dr.
    Kelowna, BC CA

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