Eating your way… every day

Enjoy all kinds of dining in Harrison

Enjoy all kinds of dining in Harrison

(Click here for Tourism Harrison’s “Dining” page)

Cafes and Coffehouses:

Whether you are looking to warm up or chill out, you can relax in one of several charming cafes. Enjoy home-made freshly prepared soups, sandwiches and pastries along with your favourite coffee or tea.

Casual Dining:

Grab a bite at one of Harrison’s many inviting family-friendly

restaurants. Enjoy your meal in a casual atmosphere as you and your friends or family feast on fl avourful dishes from seafood to steaks to pasta. Casual dress required!

Pubs:

Take in a game, shoot some pool or soak up the surroundings

with a super selection of fresh, local brews and original cocktail creations. You’ll enjoy classic menu items from prime rib to hot wings to mouth-watering burgers. Good food, good times.

When dining in Harrison Hot Springs, you’ll enjoy a range of restaurants – from elegant fi ne dining to casual pub-style atmosphere, and everything in between. Indulge your palate!

Specialty Cuisine:

Take pleasure in exquisite fi ne wines and delectable entrees. Flavoursome delights from wild, west coast salmon to decadent cheesecakes are created with fresh and diverse local products. Enjoy your unique and intimate dining experience in a fi ne dining room or on a patio overlooking the lake.

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