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Old Vines Restaurant shines on OpenTable Canada's Top100 list

Quails' Gate makes top list

The diners in Canada have spoken.

Old Vines Restaurant has again secured a spot on OpenTable Canada’s Top 100 Restaurants list this year. Every year, OpenTable culls over 1.1 million reviews and dining metrics, including diner ratings and five-star reviews. The top 100 list highlights some of the top spots favoured by diners this year.

Old Vines Restaurant at Quails’ Gate is home to a dynamic menu of wine-led, contemporary cuisine inspired by seasonal local farms and suppliers throughout beautiful British Columbia. Looking to get a taste of what this award-winning restaurant has to offer this holiday season? Let’s dig into three delicious ways you can do just that.

1. Holiday Lunch at Quails’ Gate Winery

A two-course, wine-paired lunch at Old Vines Restaurant might just be the most delicious way to celebrate the holiday season. For only $58 per person, experience a holiday-inspired menu, stunning views and signature hospitality. Available Monday through Friday from 11:30 to 2:30 all December long.

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2. Weekend Jazz Brunch

Mark your calendar for Jazz Brunch at Old Vines Restaurant taking place Saturday, Dec. 9 and Saturday, Dec. 16. Enjoy a classic wine country brunch all while savouring the sounds of local jazz duo Anna Jacyszyn and Loni Moger. It is, after all, the most important meal of the day.

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3. Daily Happy Hour

Sip, savour and satisfy your afternoon craving for fun with a trip to Old Vines Restaurant for Happy Hour. Enjoy decadent bites like tuna tartare, mussels au gratin and classic steak tartare paired to perfection with a large selection of $5 and $9 wines by the glass. Offered daily from 2:30-5 p.m.

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All you need to do is bring your appetite and your passion for fine wine, and the team at Quails’ Gate Winery will take care of the rest.

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