Stoke the Fire: Four New Places To Eat in Revelstoke

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Visitors to the mountain town of Revelstoke are hungry for adventure and, it turns out, good places to eat. Here are four hot spots, sure to stoke the fire.

1. Chubby Funsters Kitchen & Cocktails

114 MacKenzie Ave

Chubby Funsters, Revelstoke BC

Chubby Funsters Kitchen & Cocktails

Don’t let the name fool you — this newcomer, owned by the same folks who brought the Village Idiot and the Big Eddy Pub to town, boasts a complex menu, with a creative cocktail list to match. Here, the atmosphere is relaxed and convivial, with a courtyard patio and a smaller space out front that doubles as a beer garden during nightly, free live music performances in July and August.

Inside Scoop: Unlike their sister restaurants, Chubby’s accepts reservations. (The front patio is first-come, first-served.)

2. The Taco Club

206 MacKenzie Ave

Once a popular food truck, the Taco Club has set up permanent residence downtown between Chubby Funsters and the Village Idiot. The crew here can accommodate large groups, and bartenders enthusiastically pour tequilas and mescal cocktails. Bonus: Taco Club serves up fresh-made churros.

Inside Scoop: If you need a hit, theirs is the only espresso machine in town that pours past 7 p.m.

3. Craft Bierhaus

107 2nd St E

Craft Bierhaus, Revesltoke BC

Craft Bierhaus

Around the corner on 2nd Street, Craft Bierhaus promises an open-concept space with communal seating, signature cocktails, ciders and an impressive selection of taps from around the world. Craft offers an ever-changing, seasonal menu, including greens and vegetables sourced from a nearby farm and local venison, bison short ribs and elk sausage. It’s a great spot to sit with friends, old and new.

Inside Scoop: Craft Bierhaus has an intimate — and little-known — backyard patio, perfect for sharing plates over a glass of wine.

4. Main Street Café

317 MacKenzie Ave

Main Street Cafe in Revelstoke

Main Street Cafe. Photo: @nicwinski via Instagram

A long-standing fixture on the corner of MacKenzie and 3rd, the Main Street Café recently came under new ownership, resulting in a striking facelift. Fans flock to the café for brunch — and, arguably, the best eggs Benny in town — where they can enjoy their meal in the warmth of the morning sun.

Inside Scoop: The café is one of the only Revelstoke spots open Sunday mornings for breakfast — one you won’t soon forget.