Summerhill Pyramid Winery is one of many patios that remain open in Kelowna. (Summerhill Pyramid Winery/ Facebook)

Summerhill Pyramid Winery is one of many patios that remain open in Kelowna. (Summerhill Pyramid Winery/ Facebook)

COVID-19: B.C. has banned indoor food service. Here’s a list of Kelowna restaurants with patios

You can still support local businesses in a safe way amid new provincial restrictions

In what provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is calling a “circuit breaker,” B.C. is stopping indoor dining and liquor sales, among other indoor activities, for the next three weeks.

The hastily introduced order is set to have a detrimental impact on already-struggling local restaurants and their employees. The health order is set to expire on April 19.

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But while restaurants aren’t allowed to serve customers inside, they will be allowed to welcome people, in a safe and distanced manner to their patios. Local eateries and watering holes have taken to social media boasting their still-open patios and new or ongoing delivery services. While restaurants can serve outdoors, they are still bound by capacity limits and can only seat six to a table, all of whom should be from the same household.

Black Press Media is compiling a list of all of those local patio-laden restaurants in the Central Okanagan that are ready to welcome you for some outdoor eats.

If you’d like your restaurant, or one you frequent, included in the list below, shoot an email to edit@kelownacapnews.com or message us on Instagram. This list will be updated regularly as submissions come in.

Businesses that remain open for patio dining in Kelowna (in no particular order):

Krafty Kitchen and Bar, 281 Lawrence Avenue – 250-868-7228

Skinny Dukes Glorious Emporium (starting March 31), 1481 Water Street – 778-478-1289

BNA Brewing, 1254 Ellis Street – 236-420-0025

Rustic Reel Brewing, 760 Vaughan Avenue – 250-862-3737

Barn Owl Brewing, 4629 Lakeshore Road – 778-760-9349

Craft Beer Market, 257 Bernard Avenue – 778-741-2337

Summerhill Pyramid Winery, 4870 Chute Lake Road – 250-764-8000

Flask Social House (FSH), 1405 St Paul Street – 778-484-6081

Central Kitchen and Bar, 1155 Ellis Street – 250-862-8820

Micro Bar & Bites, 1500 Water Street – 778-484-3500

Train Station Pub, 1177 Ellis Street – 778-484-5558

Shucked Oyster – getshucked@shuckedoysterco.com – 250-999-9330

El Taquero, 1443 Ellis Street – 236-420-4999

Bamboo Chopsticks, 1360 Ellis Street – 250-868-8830

Jack’s on Bernard, 231 Bernard Avenue – 778-484-6994

Salt and Brick, 243 Bernard Ave – 778-484-3234

Bohemian Cafe, 524 Bernard Ave – 250-862-3517

West Coast Grill, 1675 Abbott Street – 236-420-0206

Cantina Del Centro, 271 Bernard Ave – 778-484-0887

Kelly/Carlos O’Bryan’s, 262 Bernard Ave – 250-861-1338

Tutt Street Tapas, 5-3045 Tutt Street – 250-717-8466

Mickie’s Pub, 2170 Harvey Ave – 250-979-4548

YLW Tacos Food Truck, 2330 Highway 97 – 778-583-7573 (Starting April 7)

Canyon Bar and Grill, 4320 Gallaghers Drive West – 250-861-4240

Pub On Main, 100-5305 Main Street – 778-477-6636

Mamma Rosa, 561 Lawrence Ave – 250-763-4114

Kelowna Brewing Company, 975 Academy Way – 778-753-1968

Creekside Pub and Grill, 3929 Lakeshore Road – 250-764-2335

And in West Kelowna:

19 Okanagan Grill + Bar, 3509 Carrington Road – 250-768-3133

The Hatch, 3225 Boucherie Road – 778-755-6013

Frind Estate Winery, 3725 Boucherie Road – 778-754-1118

Old Vines (at Quails Gate), 3303 Boucherie Road – 250-769-2500

Courses Restaurant – 2649 Shannon Lake Road – 250-768-4653

 

Lake Country:

The Jammery, 8038 Highway 97 – 250-766-1139

 

 

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