CedarCreek to start dinner service June 1

The Vineyard Terrace Restaurant at CedarCreek Winery is one of Kelowna's Farm To Table certified restaurants.

Starting June 1, the Vineyard Terrace Restaurant at CedarCreek Estate Winery will offer dinner service nightly, in addition to lunch, throughout the season.

Jeremy TuckerExecutive chef Jeremy Tucker returns to Vineyard Terrace Restaurant for a third season this summer. “Mother nature has been very kind to CedarCreek,” Tucker said in a press release, “so we work hard at being nature’s equal in all other ways.”

“We put incredible effort into the little things that make a visit to the winery as remarkable as the views that surround it. In our efforts to showcase our land, we have always partnered with local farmers and I am proud to say that all of our produce comes from Okanagan farms with some meats from the Interior. We get 80 per cent of all our ingredients from B.C. and the goal is to get to 10 per cent,” Tucker said.

“We have invested in significant upgrades to the Vineyard Terrace making it an exquisite dining experience, even in inclement weather,” said CedarCreek general manager Scott Locke. “It will be our first season serving lunch as well as dinner every day of the week. But the support we have received from our community and visitors, the increasing quest for real food, sustainable dining and the outstanding reviews we have garnered are an indication of a great season to come.”

The Vineyard Terrace is one of Kelowna’s Farm To Table certified restaurants.

CedarCreek Winery and the Vineyard Terrace Restaurant are at 5445 Lakeshore Rd. in South Kelowna.The restaurant is open May 13 through Sept.18 with dinner starting June 1. Seating capacity is 50 so making a reservation is highly recommended.Call 778-738-1027 or reserve on OpenTable.

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