Eating Establishments in British Columbia

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  1. OurBC

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    The Ranch Cafe in Falkland seemed to have good food as well.

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  2. jimbee

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    Oh so good!! Really good.

    Especially after getting your butt handed to you on the trails at Whiskey Creek!!
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  3. David_Moen

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    Yup, my wife and I are there for breakfast every other Sunday throughout the riding season. If you get there early enough, you can even get cinnamon buns warm out of the oven.
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  4. Maddog78

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    Thin crust N.Y. style pizza. Outstanding. I know people that ride out from Vancouver just to eat this pie.
    They only have a few tables and it isn't fancy by any means but the pizza is incredible.
    The chef actually worked in a NY pizzeria for several years so they know how to do it right.



    http://www.ah-beetz.ca/

    2664 Gladys Avenue

    Abbotsford, BC


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  5. OurBC

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  6. OurBC

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    The 3rd Street Cafe in Sidney, this one is definitely a home run. Open for breakfast and lunch but usually quite busy. It is a small place so expect a line up, just remember it will be worth it.

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    3rd Street Cafe in Sidney

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    Omlette

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    Clam Chowder

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    Bacon Burger
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  7. Mochaos

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    I will try it next time I do the Falkland-Chase road!
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  8. Nacho911

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    On the Kettle Valley Railroad outside of Kelowna is Chute Lake Resort. About a half hour from Kelowna. Kool place, neat open air museum out back. their hamburgers are awesome! Home made apple pies are crazy good. I have driven 8 hours just to eat there and then return home in the morning, that's what that place means to me. Thank God it did not burn with the Kelowna wildfire.

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  9. OurBC

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    I love all the 'stuff' in the open air museum.

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  10. OurBC

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    During the summer went to the Reid Hotel in Vanderhoof and was not disappointed.

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    The Reid Hotel in Vanderhoof

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    shuswap biker Been here awhile

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    Went over to Nakusp last week to look at a job and I stopped at the old buger cabin.
    (Holy C%ap is food getting expensive in that little town!!!, mindya coffees good)

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    The Hut in Nakusp - Menu
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  13. David_Moen

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    For some reason, whenever I ride through Nakusp, The Hut is closed. Do they know I'm coming?
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  14. H96669

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    :roflThe Hut.....you guys missed the 0.01 Cent sale for an extra burger just a couple weeks ago. They are still open too, must be global warming doing that.:wink:

    Trust me....forget their Poutine, gotta go to the Nomad in Revelstoke for that....or "La Belle Patate" in Esquimalt.:thumb
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  15. David_Moen

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    +1 on the Nomad in Revelstoke. Have had a few really good burgers there. On a warm summer day, it's a nice ride up to Revy for either a burger at the Nomad or Sushi at Frizbee Ridge Teriyaki for dinner after work.
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  16. spacely

    spacely Been here awhile

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    The Hitching Post in Hedley has amazing food, it's one of those places that you just ride on by,

    It is a couple blocks off hwy 3 but worth the time to stop, great service too

    Jojo's cafe on main street in Osoyoos has good healthy food, fantastic breakfast's and soups.
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  17. DNF

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    I finally tried the Funky Monkey (new owners again!!). Really good burger. Special is $9.95 and the fries are good.
    However the building is freaking freezing.

    Nelson.
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  18. Lornce

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    Kaslo's Bluebelle Bistro didn't disappoint again this morning. Had my favourite, huevos rancheros, while my wife tried the smoked salmon eggs bennedict. Both were terrific.

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    Oh Yeah!!!:thumb:thumb:thumb Pesto Potatoes.....beats Hashbrowns anytime.:wink:
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    You bet'cha!

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    DNF, We've got to find/try the Funky Monkey while we're here in Nelson. I'm craving a good roadhouse burger pretty bad.

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