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Dinner at the Inn is an event, and I could not be sure which parts of my plate were most delicious. Was it the seared wild Pacific halibut draped in béarnaise sauce, or the sweetly crunchy pea pods that opened to reveal the tiny, perfect gems? It hardly mattered, because once I experienced the chocolate pavé at dessert, everything else left my brain.

The Inn was impressive in every way. But one of the things we appreciated most was how Bell and his staff share knowledge about the many food and wine highlights of the region (who knew hazelnuts grew in Kelowna’s Westbank?).

The wine and cocktail list alone is a travelogue, and sipping from its highlights served as inspiration for visits to several vineyards and distillers over the course of our trip.

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Vancouver Sun / July 24, 2021 / Liane Faulder