Vineyards along Okanagan Lake
(Don Weixl photo)



 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

Naramata may be a small village, but it's a small village in wine country, which inevitably means good food. Forget the franchises. Expect to find reasonable variety including Chinese food and pizza, all the fixings for a gourmet picnic, pub fare and winery dining.


Locals start the day with a serious cup of java at Village Grounds (340 Robinson Ave), also known for breakfast sandwiches and lighter lunch specialties like Panini.

Chinese Food

Satisfy irresistible cravings for Chinese take-out (or eat in) at China Beach Family Restaurant (360 Robinson Ave).

Burger Time

The Naramata Pub, Camp Street Station (985 Robinson Ave) plays up the Kettle Valley Railway theme and dishes up all the required pub food standbys in substantial portions.

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