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Ella Lamoureux will be performing at Marten Brewing Co. for a brunch and drag show Saturday, Nov. 12. (Contributed)

Drag brunch returning to Vernon pub

Rebellious Unicorns is bringing back Ella’s Drag Brunch to Marten Brewing Co. Nov. 12

 

Warren Barr and Lily Verney-Downey smile at the bar of their Pluvio Restaurant, which was recently named Canada’s best fine dining restaurantby TripAdvisor. (Andrew Bailey photo)

Ucluelet restaurant named Canada’s best fine dining experience

Pluvio tops TripAdvisor’s Best of the Best Awards

 

A food delivery person wears a face mask as they walk away from a downtown Vancouver restaurant with a pick-up on Dec. 3, 2020. The B.C. government is aiming to cap food delivery fees in the province permanently. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Marissa Tiel

B.C. plans to make cap on food delivery fees permanent

Cap would limit delivery companies from charging restaurants more than 20%

 

A server brings food to a table as people dine at a restaurant in Vancouver, on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Tipping fatigue is hitting consumers as requests for gratuities increase and spread to new businesses amid the rise of automated payment machines and preset tip suggestions. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
A server brings food to a table as people dine at a restaurant in Vancouver, on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Tipping fatigue is hitting consumers as requests for gratuities increase and spread to new businesses amid the rise of automated payment machines and preset tip suggestions. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
Head chef Adam Shannon and general manager Kelsey Matheson of Vernon Cactus Club.

Third in the Okanagan, 30th in Canada: Cactus Club opens in Vernon this fall

The company is looking to hire almost 200 staff

Head chef Adam Shannon and general manager Kelsey Matheson of Vernon Cactus Club.
Tim Sangha, a member of the Nanaimo-based business partnership that has owned the Scarlet Ibis Pub and Restaurant since November 2020, presents a carving by woodcarver Rick Rotar of the Ibis business logo to Patricia Gwynne who owned and operated the Island’s most remote pub for more than 40 years. (Scarlet Ibis image)

New business partners breathe new life into Vancouver Island’s most remote pub

Scarlet Ibis Pub and Restaurant in Holberg is edge of civilization for wilderness adventurers

Tim Sangha, a member of the Nanaimo-based business partnership that has owned the Scarlet Ibis Pub and Restaurant since November 2020, presents a carving by woodcarver Rick Rotar of the Ibis business logo to Patricia Gwynne who owned and operated the Island’s most remote pub for more than 40 years. (Scarlet Ibis image)
Flooring in the restaurant was heavily damaged in flooding caused by a burst water pipe. (Photo/Mayor Cindy Fortin Facebook)

Peachland’s Gasthaus On the Lake getting set to welcome back guests

Popular restaurant looking to re-open this summer

Flooring in the restaurant was heavily damaged in flooding caused by a burst water pipe. (Photo/Mayor Cindy Fortin Facebook)
BellaBot joined the Smitty’s in Kelowna May 2022 to help staff in seating patrons and shuttling plates (Brittany Webster/Capital News)

Live like the Jetsons: Eat with BellaBot at Smitty’s Kelowna

BellaBot likes scratches behind the ears, singing Happy Birthday, and helping out wait staff

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BellaBot joined the Smitty’s in Kelowna May 2022 to help staff in seating patrons and shuttling plates (Brittany Webster/Capital News)
Tanto Latte, with the light blue roof and located at 1481 10th Ave. SW in Salmon Arm, would like to put a permanent patio where the red markings are, as well as expand its liquor licence. (City of Salmon Arm image)

Cafe and deli in Salmon Arm requests permanent patio, expanded liquor licence

Application goes to planning meeting, final decision to be made at next council meeting

Tanto Latte, with the light blue roof and located at 1481 10th Ave. SW in Salmon Arm, would like to put a permanent patio where the red markings are, as well as expand its liquor licence. (City of Salmon Arm image)
Vancouver seafood menus are shifting as climate change impacts ocean temperatures, a new UBC study has found. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Jumbo flying squid landing on menus as climate shifts seafood supply: UBC study

Researchers say warming sea temperatures are impacting what we eat

Vancouver seafood menus are shifting as climate change impacts ocean temperatures, a new UBC study has found. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
An Osoyoos Smitty’s breakfast will see coffee pots on every table. (Contributed)

A fixture of Osoyoos re-opens after major flood damage

Smitty’s family restaurant has been on Osoyoos’s Main Street for 47 years

An Osoyoos Smitty’s breakfast will see coffee pots on every table. (Contributed)
Frankie We Salute You! is offering a free burger and beer to hospital employees on Saturday, Jan. 22 (Contributed - FWSY)

Kelowna restaurant offering a free burger and beer to KGH staff

Frankie We Salute You! wants to do its part to help our KGH employees

Frankie We Salute You! is offering a free burger and beer to hospital employees on Saturday, Jan. 22 (Contributed - FWSY)
Tyson Still and Theresa Payton are the owners of Stillfood Bistro and Cappuccino Bar, which opened on Alexander Street in downtown Salmon Arm on Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022. (Lachlan Labere-Salmon Arm Observer)

Salmon Arm couple share passion for plant-based food at new bistro

Tyson Still and Theresa Payton open Stillfood Bistro and Cappuccino Bar

Tyson Still and Theresa Payton are the owners of Stillfood Bistro and Cappuccino Bar, which opened on Alexander Street in downtown Salmon Arm on Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022. (Lachlan Labere-Salmon Arm Observer)
People line up to get a taste of Vernon's newest fast food restaurant. (Contributed)

New grocery store, restaurants hatching in Vernon

Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen opened Monday, Jan. 3 on 27th Street

People line up to get a taste of Vernon's newest fast food restaurant. (Contributed)
The former Daily Grind coffee drive-thru will be a TacoTime soon. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)

UPDATE: Natural disasters leave Vernon TacoTime opening date in limbo

New fast food restaurant planned for former Daily Grind location

The former Daily Grind coffee drive-thru will be a TacoTime soon. (Jennifer Smith - Morning Star)
World War II veteran Nelson Whatmore places a wreath at the foot of the monument during Monday's Remembrance Day Ceremony at Kal Tire Place in Vernon. (Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)

Veterans served respect by Vernon restaurant

Free soup and sandwich on Remembrance Day for Canadian Armed Forces and veterans

World War II veteran Nelson Whatmore places a wreath at the foot of the monument during Monday's Remembrance Day Ceremony at Kal Tire Place in Vernon. (Brendan Shykora - Morning Star)
Taco Time is opening soon at the former Daily Grind on 27th Street. (Chelsey Hodgins photo)

Taco about excitement in North Okanagan

New fast food restaurant planned for former Daily Grind location

Taco Time is opening soon at the former Daily Grind on 27th Street. (Chelsey Hodgins photo)
A community-minded baker created all these pumpkin tarts for a free Thanksgiving dinner being provided by Hanoi 36 restaurant on Saturday, Oct. 9, 5 to 7 p.m. to people in need or people who don’t have time to cook. (Photo contributed)

Salmon Arm restaurant to provide free Thanksgiving dinner

Sit-down meal to be served at Hudson Avenue restaurant on Saturday, Oct. 9 from 5 to 7 p.m.

A community-minded baker created all these pumpkin tarts for a free Thanksgiving dinner being provided by Hanoi 36 restaurant on Saturday, Oct. 9, 5 to 7 p.m. to people in need or people who don’t have time to cook. (Photo contributed)
Cactus Club on Water Street in downtown Kelowna. (Google Maps photo)

Cactus Club confirms Vernon opening for 2022

Company representative says information is limited at this time

Cactus Club on Water Street in downtown Kelowna. (Google Maps photo)
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Kamloops woman cites Nazi salutes, sexual groping in human rights complaint

Woman alleges she was the subject of harassment while working at McDonald’s in Kamloops

  • Aug 9, 2021
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