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(Kevin Arnold photo)

Although Princeton is a small town, its location on Highway 3 at a convenient stopping point between Vancouver and the Okanagan Valley leads to a good variety of dining options.

Many of the usual fast food outlets are represented and there's no problem getting a pizza or Chinese food.

But local favourites also include restaurants where the emphasis is on good home cooking with fresh ingredients.

Big Breakfast

Insiders claim that Billy's Family Restaurant (301 Vermillion Ave) serves the best breakfast in town – all day. This eatery is also known for great baked goods.

Lunch Legends

Cowboy Coffee (#9 - 136 Tapton Rd) is a regional java franchise where the homemade soup and sandwiches rate high with locals.

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