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Prince Rupert


 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

For a town of its size, Prince Rupert has an unexpectedly wide and tasty selection of restaurants (30 or so) and most are independently-owned.

Not surprisingly, the city's eateries are popular for their seafood, including fresh halibut, shrimp, prawns, crab and salmon. Other mouthwatering treats are also on most menus. In addition to seafood and western fare, Prince Rupert has ethnic options including Chinese, Greek, Japanese and Italian.

Besides a couple restaurants on the outskirts, most of the city's dining establishments are downtown, within walking distance of most hotels.

Local restaurants are mainly casual but some in town – most notably the Crest Hotel's in-house restaurant which boasts views of the harbour, and Chances Lush Lounge – are more upscale.

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