Dining in Silver Star

Silver Star has a Dickensian feel due to its Victorian heritage - the town council insists that property owners adhere to the local tradition of brightly hued paints for their wooden homes, contributing to a storybook feel and warm, bright atmosphere. The snowbound pedestrian Main St in the village is filled with cute, little boutiques, cafes, bars and restaurants.

Long John's Pub

This is the local’s favourite bar providing excellent service, traditional Canadian pub cuisine and beers at affordable prices. Long John’s can be a busy rowdy affair, with regular live music, but it also remains very family-friendly. This is a great venue to start or finish your night, or even start and finish your night!


Casual and well-curated, clever Italian dining in a lovely cosy mountain setting. Hand-made pastas and classic Italian sauces accompanied by great wine choices. This is a well thought out menu that concentrates on taste.

The Red Antler

The Red Antler is the heart of the relaxed après scene at Silver Star. With a huge beer selection on tap, and a strong local focus, this is elevated Canadian pub fare at its best.

The Bulldog Grand Café

The ambience in the restaurant is that of the infamous Amsterdam ‘Brown Bars’ in a grand café setting.  The menu offers a large variety of different food types but concentrates somewhat on Dutch and Thai-Indonesian cuisine and a hint of West Coast fusion. This is a marriage of East and West.

Black Pine Social

Located above the Red Antler, the Black Pine Social has a comfortable warm atmosphere with a nice roaring fireplace. With a menu that evokes shades of rustic European alpine culture with a little Japan thrown in for good measure, the Black Pine is passionate about offering a contemporary dining experience. Expect an eclectic wine list and seasonally crafted cocktails.