B.C. Wine Culture

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Every once in a while we need to take a break from all the swirling and sipping in wine country to actually sit down and enjoy a meal. Luckily for us, there’s always something new to try, and that’s true even in this challenging year. Here are three new places to check out.

• It’s a collaboration of the ampersands. Salt & Brick has opened a rooftop eatery called Salt & Thieves at West Kelowna’s faux ruin Crown & Thieves winery (pictured here). crownthieves.com, saltandbrick.ca

• In Penticton, Joy Road Bakeshop has opened a temporary location on Main Street as they wait for their permanent one on Winnipeg Street to be finished. joyroadcatering.com

• In Oliver, Steeve Raye, formerly of West Vancouver’s beloved La Regalade, has opened the casual Italian café Popolo in the old church on Fairview Road. popolocafe.com

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