Panorama, British Columbia | Dining

Panorama meals on the mountain or in town

Eating at the resort or in town, deliciousness isn’t far to be found. You’ll find plenty of meal options to suit any taste in Panorama. Choose something convenient at the resort, or take the free shuttle 20 minutes into town to check out the local fare.

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Breakfast

At the resort: Picnic Café is the answer for fresh, healthy breakfast options on the mountain. It’s got an outdoor patio for relaxing on sunny days and, of course, a spectacular view. Try the locally made Kicking Horse Coffee, house made granola, or banana and cinnamon French toast.

Off resort in Invermere: Eclectic Blue Dog Café is a whole-food prepared restaurant with scratch-made sauces, dressings and salsas. They have gluten free and vegetarian options and a cappuccino bar if you need a morning jump start. Try a pancake wrap or smoked salmon omelet for some local flavor.

Lunch

At the resort: Located in the Pine Inn in upper village, T-Bar and Grill has beer on tap, appetizers and hearty meals for those needing to recharge. Try the classic burger or the sticky pork ribs for a big appetite.

Off resort in Invermere: Belly up to The Station Pub and enjoy classic pub food at a beautiful location right by the lake. Enjoy fare such as deep fried pickle appetizers, burgers, tacos, and fish and chips.

Dinner

At the resort: Cliffhanger Restaurant is a brand new restaurant and steakhouse with a casual, warm atmosphere and delicious main courses. It’s located about a half mile down the road from the resort at the Greywolf Golf Course. They specialize in a good variety- pasta, chicken, fish, steaks and ribs.

Off resort in Invermere: Enjoy an intimate, tasty dinner at Birchwood Restaurant. Try the decadent steak and lobster mac and cheese, or the citrus braised lamb shank. Birchwood also offers an extensive and delicious dessert menu. Cheers!

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About the Author: Pat Barcas serves as staff writer and photographer for RTX Traveler Magazine, based in Asheville, NC. In his spare time he enjoys photography, astronomy, hiking, hanging out with his family and dog, and of course, traveling! His favorite RTX spots to visit are Orange Beach, Alabama, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, but he's visiting new places all the time. .

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