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Revelstoke Eats and Treats

Your guide to Revelstoke’s food and restaurant scene.

Cover photo: Ant Cassell, Dose Coffee

For a small mountain town, Revelstoke is home to some big culinary experiences. There’s something to suit most tastes and budgets, with options from a variety of cuisines and styles. We’re spoiled for choice!

Check out some of the best spots to fuel your adventures and indulge your taste buds.

The Taco Club

From their beginnings as a food truck, the Taco Club has grown to become one of Revelstoke’s most popular restaurants, thanks to their exciting menu and fun cocktail menu. It’s a great spot for groups as the menu is suitable for a number of dietary requirements and the bench seating offers a real community vibe. Choose from their extensive tequila menu for the perfect accompaniment to your meal.
Photo: Olly Hogan

The Taco Club

The Old School Eatery

Revelstoke’s newest restaurant sits in the sleek refurbished Mountain View School building on 3rd Street. From the delicious modern menu to the chic cocktail list- this spot has something for everyone with new twists on old classics. Add in the stunning mountain views from every single window (really) and you’ve got a recipe for a great meal out.

The Old School Eatery

Dose Coffee

For caffeine addicts, Dose is a go to spot for a coffee fix. It’s also one of the best spots for breakfast or lunch in town. Tuck into one of their speciality sandwiches or soups- or just snack on their delicious baked goods. Either way, you won’t be disappointed!
Photo: Ant Cassell

Dose Coffee

The Quartermaster Eatery

Located inside one of Revelstoke’s chicest hotels, The Explorer’s Society, the Quartermaster offers an entirely organic, BC based menu. The offerings change seasonally but are always delicious twists on modern cuisine. Looking to reserve a space for a gathering? Try a hand crafted cocktail in the Boiler Room bar downstairs.

The Quartermaster Eatery

Chubby Funsters

Chubby Funsters may have one of the most underrated patios in Revelstoke in the summer season. Enjoy the secluded back patio for relaxed après dining or the front patio to catch the hustle of town as you eat. The menu offers dishes that breathe new life into Canadian classics, creating mouthwatering meals for the whole family. Choose one of their tasty cocktails to go with your meal.
Photo: Olly Hogan

Chubby Funsters

Kawakubo

Kawakubo is a firm locals’ favourite. The menu features a wide selection of delicious sushi and other tasty Japanese dishes all served in a cosy modern dining area.
For special occasions, check out the private upstairs karaoke room!

Kawakubo

The 112 Restaurant

The 112 has been one of Revelstoke’s favourite restaurants for the last 4 decades- and for good reason. The menu specializes in perfecting classic entrees that are guaranteed to make mouths water! Look out for live music throughout the summer and winter for entertainment while you eat.

The 112 Restaurant

Woolsey Creek Bistro

The Woolsey Creek offers exciting modern cuisine with a local twist. The menu aims to use ingredients sourced from BC to create imaginative and flavourful cuisine while supporting the farmers of BC. Choose from their extensive wine list, some of which is unique to the Woolsey, for the perfect pairing with your meal.
Photo: Like the Tea Eats

Woolsey Creek Bistro

Emo’s

Emo’s has been a great choice for the whole family for dinner for over 30 years! They have dishes to suit everyone, including fresh pasta made on site. Better still, when you’re not feeling like eating out, Emo’s will deliver too!

Emo's

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