Sockeye salmon run in the Adams River
(Chun Lee photo)



 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

Chase is a small town with a big appetite if the number and variety of restaurants is any indicator.

It's amazing how many different styles and menus are packed into this compact village. Eateries are strung along Shuswap Avenue and located in the Chase Plaza. Being right off Highway 1, it's no surprise to find fast food outlets like A&W and Subway, but there's also home-style cooking, Chinese, pub food and pizza.

Getting Lunch in Chase

Lunch is a specialty at several food outlets. Order excellent homemade soups, daily special sandwiches, fresh baked goods and decadent sweets. Pretty much everywhere the emphasis is on casual dining, this isn't a black tie kind of town. Restaurants are filled with locals (always a good sign) who offer strangers a smile instead of a suspicious glare. Eat in or take out.

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