Raudz Regional Table
94位当地人推荐 · 预估价格为3级，最高4级 ·
Delectable Fine dining, offering creative Vegan, gluten free and vegetarian options. Note: they open at 5:00pm.
A little bit pricier (like, 3/5 if 5 is high end) but WORTH EVERY PENNY. locally sourced ingredients, delicious cocktail menu with daily features. Really great, knowledgeable and helpful servers.
A little on the pricey side, but very popular in Kelowna and high-end and unique food using local ingredients.
“A 14-minute drive from 1232 Ellis St. Knox Mountain Park is the City of Kelowna’s largest Natural Area Park. The park is 310 hectares (766 acres) in size and is located immediately north of Kelowna’s downtown. The summit of Knox Mountain rises approximately 300 metres above the high water level of Okanagan Lake. While the lake shoreline borders almost 1,400 metres of the western park boundary, much of the remaining boundary is surrounded by residential development. The size, height, central location, and natural amenities make this park a landmark that is a highly desirable destination for residents and tourists alike. Views to the park from the City and views from the park of the City, lake, and surrounding mountains are unparalleled. The original parcel of parkland was first dedicated to the City in 1939. Knox Mountain is home to several representative Okanagan ecosystems as the park transitions from lakeshore to mountain top, including riparian, wetland, Ponderosa Pine Bunch Grass, and dry Interior Douglas-fir. These ecosystems are fragile, dry, and highly susceptible to erosion and degradation. The park supports numerous activities including but not limited to walking, running, hiking, pedal biking (road, cross country, and downhill), birding, nature appreciation, sightseeing, winter recreation and dogs on-leash.”
“Amazing brewpub/restaurant in the heart of Kelowna’s Cultursl District, it is in a historic tobacco factory, and has the best Chicken Parm you will ever have!”
“Beautiful winery located just across the lake, with incredible views and fabulous wine!”
“Sandy beach, great location (close to food, coffee, local micro-brewery and a hip plant-based cafe). Lovely place for all ages and in all seasons. ”
“or The Bo as the locals call it, is a walk straight down St Paul all the way to Bernard and you’ll see it on the right hand side. As it’s so popular it can get lined up on the weekends. Try the homemade jam or upgrade your side to an aBOHcado.”