Food & Drink in Victoria


Rush Adventures: Kayak, SUP, or Electric Bicycle Tour and Burgers and Drinks for Two at Stickleback West Coast Eatery (Half Off)

Kayak, SUP, or Electric Bicycle Tour and Burgers and Drinks for Two at Stickleback West Coast Eatery (Half Off)

Rush Adventures

Sooke

Burgers and sodas replenish kayakers paddling the Sooke Basin, paddlers exploring scenic Cooper’s Cove, and bikers cycling to Matheson Lake

C$75 C$37.50

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Salt Spring Vineyards: Vineyard Tour and Introduction to West Coast Wines for Two, Four, or Six at Salt Spring Vineyards (Up to 58% Off)

Vineyard Tour and Introduction to West Coast Wines for Two, Four, or Six at Salt Spring Vineyards (Up to 58% Off)

Salt Spring Vineyards

Salt Spring Island

Attendees tour vineyards of sustainably grown grapes, learn about coastal winemaking, and sample wines at optional tasting

C$40 C$20

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Let's Eat Guilt-Free: Gluten-Free Café Food at Let's Eat Guilt-Free (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Gluten-Free Café Food at Let's Eat Guilt-Free (40% Off). Two Options Available.

Let's Eat Guilt-Free

Nanaimo

Sliced bread, bagels, pot pies, and baguettes are all made gluten-free at a café run by two sisters tired of flavorless gluten-free options

C$10 C$6

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A Choice For Life: $36 for Level 1 Juice or Level 2 Veggie Detox Cleanse, Green-T-Fusion Fat-Burning Tea from A Choice for Life ($80 Value)

$36 for Level 1 Juice or Level 2 Veggie Detox Cleanse, Green-T-Fusion Fat-Burning Tea from A Choice for Life ($80 Value)

A Choice For Life

 

Powdered mixes aided by a healthy diet can helps users detoxify and improve liver function; a detox tea may help reduce excess fat

$80 $36

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Gordy's Pizza and Pasta: 50% Off Pizza (Same Value) with Purchase of Pizza At Regular Price at Gordy's Pizza and Pasta

50% Off Pizza (Same Value) with Purchase of Pizza At Regular Price at Gordy's Pizza and Pasta

Gordy's Pizza and Pasta

Port Angeles

For $1, get 50% off Pizza (Same Value) with the purchase of Pizza At Regular Price

$7 $1

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Flirty Aprons: $15 for $30 Worth of Aprons, Bibs, and Kitchen Gloves from Flirty Aprons

$15 for $30 Worth of Aprons, Bibs, and Kitchen Gloves from Flirty Aprons

Flirty Aprons

 

More than 50 fashionable and funny aprons protect women, men, and kids from cooking spills

$30 $15

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Jus by Julie: One or Two Three-Day Juice Cleanses with Option for 12 Booster Shots from Jus by Julie (Up to 34% Off)

One or Two Three-Day Juice Cleanses with Option for 12 Booster Shots from Jus by Julie (Up to 34% Off)

Jus by Julie

 

Blended juices made fresh daily help rid bodies of toxins and give folks a fresh start; booster shots give a dose of energy and superfoods

$230 $159

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Northwest Fudge & Confections: Get .25 lb of Chocolates or Fudge with Purchase of 1 lb of  Chocolates or Fudge at Northwest Fudge & Confections

Get .25 lb of Chocolates or Fudge with Purchase of 1 lb of Chocolates or Fudge at Northwest Fudge & Confections

Northwest Fudge & Confections

Port Angeles

For $1, receive .25 lb of Chocolates or Fudge with Purchase of 1 lb of Chocolates or Fudge

$1

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  • Smoken Bones Cookshack
    Ken Hueston grew up with a penchant for bones. According to the Goldstream News Gazette, he began his formal education in pursuit of paleontology, but he soon found that although his instincts were correct, they were slightly misguided—his place was not among dusty and brittle dinosaurs, but in the steam of a kitchen. There, his commitment to local ingredients, handmade cuisine, and chef education would earn him the B.C. Chamber of Commerce's Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2008, a spot on enRoute's Best New Restaurant list, and a 2012 feature on Food Network Canada's You Gotta Eat Here. Today at Smoken Bones Cookshack, after a brief absence, Ken is back as head chef, bringing with him a fresh dose of creativity and heeding the traditions of artisanal cooking, forming his menu's burgers, cheeses, and bacon by hand, without additives. Ken and his apprentices prepare everything on site, using scratch cooking techniques, including smoking food with local Vancouver island woods. Featured on You Gotta Eat Here, their pork and beef ribs, pulled pork, and beef brisket stake out the spotlight, though the Cookshack has not forgotten seafood, chicken, and stacked sandwiches. The emphasis on all-natural methods also extends past the cuisine and into the smoking process itself, which employs wood from Vancouver fruit and alder trees. The forest figures heavily into the restaurant's decor too: in between praising the venue's bacon ice cream, Heed the Hedonist recounts "exposed ducts and exposed wood everywhere, including a plywood bar that was fashioned from a Douglas Fir that had blown down during a windstorm." Big-screen televisions augment the natural appeal, broadcasting sports on game nights, and live blues music twangs during special events.
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    1701 Douglas St.
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Abkhazi Garden
    Abkhazi Garden is the "garden that love built"—Prince Nicholas Abkhazi, a Georgian prince from Russia, and his bride Peggy settled in Victoria in 1946 and promptly began construction on the garden that they would refer to as "their child." Likened by Princess Peggy to an unfurling Chinese scroll, the blossom-brimming garden's meandering paths lead visitors around natural rock outcroppings, between sky-stroking garry oaks, and through the hedges where gnomes power photosynthesis with their stationary bikes. Along the banks of the garden's three small ponds, the songs of dozens of bird species cascade over guests and the resident turtles. Views of the Juan de Fuca Strait and the Olympic Mountains peek through the gardens' perimeter amid azaleas and the Abkhazi's prized rhododendron woodland area. Inside the now-public main house, a restaurant—open from March to November—sends platters of eggs benedict, niçoise salad, and scones with jams and Devon cream to tables nestled in the great room, where cozy seats overlook the garden.
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    1964 Fairfield Rd.
    Victoria, BC CA
  • The Wel
    The Wel in Victoria is a well-stocked grocery store that serves up fresh produce, refrigerated items and frozen items. For dairy lovers out there, this store does dairy right, so make sure to pick up some on your next trip. Try an item from The Wel; it's been known to make its wearers look amazing. The Wel can hook you up with the latest coffee and tea beverages. The drinks available here are a great way to restore your body's natural balance, so start sipping. Health-conscious eaters will love cooking with the fresh produce available here. Find new and trendy women's attire at this store and walk out with a fashion-forward wardrobe that is sure to impress. Need a sandwich for lunch or toast to compliment your hearty breakfast? Grab a loaf of bread today. Artists everywhere will fall in love with this store's carefully crafted sculptures and creative works of art. Find parking easily in one of their many available spaces. Bring your grocery list to The Wel and stock up the fridge.
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    821 Fort St
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Bird of Paradise Pub
    Reliably friendly servers weave throughout Bird of Paradise Pub's airy lodge, whose large windows offer panoramic views of surrounding greenery while welcoming in sunlight to warm diners' shoulders. The pub inhabits the renovated 1914 Royal Oak farmhouse, and its rustic charm multiplies when staffers light up the wood-burning fireplace each night or pour fresh oatmeal into the tropical marine-reef aquarium each morning. Sandy earth tones, noble cacti, and terracotta accents allude to the restaurant's menu—a collection of dishes inspired by the American Southwest. Pub favourites include nachos, burgers, chili, and pizzas, plus thick-cut french toast and chilaquiles rancheros during Sunday brunch. On Saturday nights, live music encourages patrons to dance off bubbles that have accumulated on their tongues after fresh brews from the bar.
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    4291 Glanford Avenue
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Special Teas Inc
    In 1997, the tea aficionados at Special Teas Inc. began stocking their shelves with loose-leaf teas imported from all over the world. Today, the staff flavours and blends its own teas on-site, whistling piercingly like a teakettle as they mix certified organic and bio-grown ingredients into their own blends of black, green, and chai teas. The custom mixes peer down from the shop's shelves toward a tearoom and gallery where shop personnel can explain the believed health benefits of certain blends, such as using rooibos tea to treat allergies or soaking in a bathtub of tea to help one swear off coffee. Each of the store's loose-leaf varieties can steep inside Special Teas Inc.'s lineup of glass teapots that boast neat pours and can hold up to 1.6 litres.
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    803 Fort Street
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Lido Waterfront Bistro
    In addition to sumptuous tapas and gourmet pizzas, Lido Waterfront Bar and Bistro offers guests a panoramic view of the ocean and an outdoor deck with abundant sunshine and a dock for boats. Chefs prepare fish tacos, scratch made soups, an array of salads from quinoa to kale, and sharing plates of dips and tapenade. Live music often serenades patrons as they sip local spirits, wines and many craft beers on tap.
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    1234 Wharf Street
    Victoria, BC CA

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