Dining in the Kootenay Rockies can include fresh produce from the Creston Valley, wild mushrooms from the Arrow Lakes area near Nakusp, Rocky Mountain game meats, craft beer and locally roasted coffee.
Discover Nelson’s eclectic mix of restaurants, one of which was called "British Columbia's best restaurant east of Vancouver" by Frommer's travel guide. Visit popular chain restaurants in Cranbrook and Trail, or dine at family-owned cafés in smaller communities such as Fernie and Revelstoke.
Some international flavours – traditional Doukhobor and Bavarian dishes – are also ingrained in the Kootenay Rockies, and the region's plentiful snowfall and ski hills bring distinctive winter dining options with lively après ski scenes.
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