Immerse yourself in this captivating venue that showcases our history, terroir, sustainable farming practices and winemaking philosophy. Sit atop the Black Sage Bench amongst uncompromised views of the landscape that surrounds us, the rugged and untamed nature of the South Okanagan.Created with immense precision and love, Chef Alessa Valdez ("angel of gastronomy" - Mia Stainsby, Vancouver Sun) and her talented culinary team deliver a seasonal-inspired menu that highlights the incredible bounty that the Okanagan has.
Panoramic views of the valley below; clean lines, and a comfortable atmosphere. Locally sourced ingredients prepared by an award-winning chef. All of this, in the heart of the south Okanagan – with a hint of Mediterranean on the palate.It’s where rustic meets elegant in delicious harmony.With an emphasis on seasonal products and a commitment to sustainable practice, the menu at Miradoro is a study in culinary creativity. From the authentic forno oven to a diverse wine list (including library wines), this is the place for food lovers to indulge.Open from March through December, Miradoro is where you can enjoy a leisurely meal and a glass of wine – whether you’re visiting wine country or you live down the road.
Having grown grapes for the last 20 years we have established ourselves as one of the premier award winning grape growers in the valley. Our story started with our family immigrating from India in the 1990's and making Okanagan our home. We have always worked to establish ourselves as hard working and determined family.The name Kismet is derived from the Punjabi word 'destiny'. We consider ourselves lucky to be able to consider Canada our home that provided us with endless possibilities. This has been a long time dream of our family to share our labour of love and hard work directly with customers.Our wines are meant to over deliver on your expectations and we hope that our determined experience and dedication for our wines has an ever lasting effect on your tasting experience.
Modern Vineyard Cuisine inspired by our Indigenous roots. We proudly sit on the traditional land of the Syilx People of the Okanagan Nation. Our inspiration for the name of our new signature restaurant comes from a chaptik story passed down through the generations of our First Nations people of the Okanagan.The Syilx People of the Okanagan Nation approach to food is based on the creation stories of their culture and we’ve taken their stories as the inspiration for the name of our restaurant: “The Bear, The Fish, The Root & The Berry,” based on the story of the Four Food Chiefs.The Four Food Chiefs are central: Skimxist Black Bear (chief of animals, representing self-sacrifice, leadership, giving), Ntytikxw Chinook Salmon (water creatures, perseverance, hard work), Speetlum Bitterroot (plants below the round, relationships to the land) and Seeya Saskatoon Berry (plants above ground, growth, strength, community) are legendary and the elements of indigenous cuisine.
Welcome to 15 Park Bistro, a celebration of culinary excellence with a passion to showcase fresh local ingredients.It’s redesigned interior has an atmosphere we call casual, modern sophistication. 15 Park Bistro is about people, beginning with our very talented Chef, Nick Atkins, and his committed team, the passionate farmers, vintners and local purveyors, but most importantly the people and valued guests we are honoured to serve. Our greatest success will be bringing people together to share exceptional food, wine and friendship.With this holistic approach, we hope to create an atmosphere which culminates into a fresh new dining experience unlike anything in the South Okanagan.