Restaurant raves

When it comes to dining out, the Shuswap has its share of outstanding options.

When it comes to dining out, the Shuswap has its share of outstanding options.

Readers of Okanagan Life have once again chosen their favourite places to wine, dine and have a good time for the magazine’s Best Restaurants: 21st Annual Readers Choice Awards.

The Shuswap falls in the North region, which includes Salmon Arm, Sicamous, Enderby, Vernon, Oyama and Lumby. Local winners in this region include:

Best buffet –  2nd place: Aquatico Bay, Prestige Harbourfront Resort; Best place for a party – 2nd: Barley Station Brew Pub; Best desserts and sweets – 2nd: Shuswap Pie Company;

Best ice cream/gelato – 1st: D Dutchmen Dairy; Best soup – 2nd: Blue Canoe Bakery & Café; Best family restaurant – 1st: Boston Pizza; Best late night bite (after 9 p.m.) – 3rd: Boston Pizza; Best pizza – 2nd: Panago, 3rd: Boston Pizza; Best poultry – 2nd: KFC;

Best sandwich/wrap/panini – 3rd: Subway;

In the Best brewery category, encompassing all of the regions, Crannog Ales came in fifth.


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