Dining in Revelstoke

If you’re on the hunt for breakfast in the mountain resort then your options are quite limited (remember that all units at the Sutton Place Hotel include a kitchenette or a fully equipped kitchen, so making breakfast in your own unit is easy), but La Baguette is a great slopeside café just a few steps from the Revelation Gondola, and serves amazing breakfast wraps, pastries and coffee. Main Street Café (downtown Revelstoke) serves awesome pancakes and French toast, and the Modern Bakeshop & Café (downtown Revelstoke) is the place to go for a huge selection of baked goods. There’s a huge choice of restaurants for dinner in downtown Revy, but you’re limited to a couple of eateries in the mountain resort. We suggest you explore the town of Revelstoke for dinner using the free shuttle from the Sutton Place Hotel to/from downtown. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes. Here’s a few suggestions:

Rockford Bar & Grill (mountain resort)

When it comes to food and drink, check out the Rockford Bar & Grill. Their core philosophy of ‘love at first bite’ says it all! Rockford's atmosphere is always comforting, unpretentious and full of energy, cultivating and delivering the neighbourly and welcoming feeling many diners seek. That said, you’ll also feel right at home here if all you want is a few après-ski beers at the bar.

Kawakubo Japanese Restaurant (downtown)

Sushi, Sake, Steak – enough said. This is simply a must-visit Revelstoke classic. Expect truly authentic Japanese cuisine in unpretentious surroundings.

Woolsey Creek Bistro (downtown)

Upscale, cosy bistro featuring farm-to-fork locally sourced Canadian fare with global twists – Canadian fusion cooking at its best. Indulge yourself with the array of exceptional BC wines and local brewed craft beers. This is a lovely restaurant and one for a special night out.

Quartermaster Eatery (downtown)

A beautiful location within the Eleven Revelstoke Lodge building in downtown Revy, this is perhaps Revelstoke’s favourite eatery. Expect locally sourced products and innovative twists to timeless steak and fish classics. Serves pretty mean cocktails too – we particularly like the Gibson Girl Burns Her Bra. You need to go to try!

Old School Eatery (downtown)

Serving 'sophisticated comfort food', the menu at Old School Eatery is an eclectic mix of classic dishes with international influences. With a choice of vegetarian and gluten free dishes, there is something for everyone.

Chubby Funsters (downtown)

If burgers and prime rib are your thing, then this is the place to go. Open for lunch, après and dinner this is a casual, family-friendly restaurant serving classic Canadian fare with a good choice of beer.

The Village Idiot (downtown)

Perhaps the restaurant with the best name ever, the Village Idiot has a cosy family-friendly atmosphere and is known for its made-to-order pizzas, great beer choice and friendly staff. They sell awesome t-shirts too…

The Taco Club (downtown)

Originally starting life as a food truck, the Taco Club now has a permanent home in Revelstoke and features Latin street food with a northern flare. Kick back and enjoy a signature cocktail, tequila or craft beer with a round of tacos. We particularly recommend the wild Pacific cod, citrus chicken and BBQ shrimp tacos!