Holiday DINING

at Naramata Inn

Dining that’s local, seasonal, and celebratory too.

Naramata Inn Dining Room

Celebrating the “best of the season” has more than one meaning at Naramata Inn. Throughout the Holidays, the Restaurant at Naramata Inn is a special place to celebrate, and is open for reservations for dinner service, Thursday through Monday offering seasonal menus sure to bring good cheer. Reserve online here. For a more casual experience featuring French Naramatian comfort-foods and wines and cocktails galore, visit our wine bar, Eliza. No reservations required, 

If you’re looking at spending Christmas Eve or New Year’s Eve with us, visit our Holiday Events page for more information about what we’re doing. 


December Dining:

Hot on the heels of November’s incredibly popular Dine Inn promotion, we’re excited to showcase new two ($59) or three ($69) course menus for dinner in December. There’s a lot of mouthwatering decisions to make from this seasonal selection of appetizers, entrees and desserts. Think Roasted Carrot Soup with duck confit and French onion foam; our irresistible Scallops and Bacon dish, a flavourful Squash Salad, and Ocean Wise Organic Shrimp Chowder to start. Dig into entrees including Dry Aged Fraser Valley Duck; Oven Roasted Turkey; Pacific Scallops and Ocean Wise Organic Shrimp and the best of BC Beef. Top it off with enticing desserts including Chocolate Ganache Tart and Pumpkin Cheesecake. Mmmmm. Visit the full menu here.

All dishes feature the best available hyper-local, hyper seasonal ingredients prepared with Ned Bell’s commitment to flavour and Okanagan flair, perfect for decking the halls in style. Our talented sommelier team will be standing by to select the perfect pairings for your meal. Click here to book your dinner reservations.




Sip + Savour at Eliza: 

Elizaour Naramata wine bar, is the perfect place to start, end or complete your evening. Enjoy some wonderful wines, local spirits and cocktails. Don’t miss two new seasonal sippers –  a creamy, spiced Naramata Nog and a sparkling pear potion called Rudolph’s Run.

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