I have one reservation @ SlantedDoor. We love flavour we love spice we love FOOD!! We are staying right along Union Square and are willing to travel (taxi, cable car, bus) to get to good eats. I am not looking to eat burgers or chips. thanks in advance for help.
Hello everyone, Husband & I are going to Napa for 2 days, all we know to do is the Mondavi wine tour. What else? I am an open book. I would love to have a true experience of Napa as per tours and eats any and all rec's appreciated. I dont want anything to high in the $$ category, would it be worth the drive to head out of Napa for something that would be memorable.
Pants, I have family in Kelowna that we visit ever so often, after a long while we decided that we have to start venturing off the beaten path and start enjoying local cuisine, and we are not real big foodies, nonetheless on our last trip we enjoyed the sunday brunch @ the eldorado hotel, it was not phenomenal but it was far from being mediocre, and it was great cause in good weather you can sit out doors with wonderful lake views. For Italian we love LaBussola, the second you walk in your mouth starts to water because the aroma of an authentic Italian meal lingers in the air, it was wonderful, all meals came with an appetizer of meat spaghetti. My fav for our last visit was Sal's Prime Steak house, really trendy and great food and drinks, the whole evening was pleasing in all senses. Both LaBussola and Sal's are in kelowna's downtown, so it would be great to head for a walk before or after. In dt kelowna for a causal icecream try Moolix's a family owned and operated joint. If you do head to Rotten Grape (which I felt was just average) try the apple pie martini - if you love apple pie & if you love Martini's you will love love love this drink.