Back by popular demand, the 97 Street Pub. Whether you knew the pub in years past or you’ve just discovered it, there are some things everyone just loves about 97 Street: the laid-back vibe, the servers that know your usual, the fantastic selection of craft and BC beers, and an Okanagan-inspired menu you won’t find in any other pub.
We have comfort food signatures like East Coast Lobster Pot Pie, specials like Tuesday’s House Ale Battered Fish, and share plates like blackened catfish tacos.
The pub also has the perfect dish for lunch hour, happy hour and ‘five o’clock somewhere’ hour. Did we mention the Carny Plate?
Hotel guests and locals will be pleasantly surprised at the level of farm-to-table inspired dishes available.
Thanks to our amazing menu, great service and casual atmosphere, 97 Street Pub has quickly become the lounge of choice for business lunches and drinks with friends alike. So, sit back at a table or pull up a bar stool, and have a good meal and a good time.
Good food and good times await at 97 Street Pub, where you’ll find a stellar selection of tap beers, fantastic service and a menu that will make you forget you’re in a pub.
Chef Cliff Huck
This is not pub food. This is 97 Street Pub food. What’s the difference?
We’ve got an African-inspired lamb burger that fuses curry, cucumber yogurt, feta and harissa spice. An Okanagan Club with local apricot preserve and brie in the middle. And a bacon jam ‘tear and share’ dip for artisan bread. That’s right. We said bacon jam.
“This is not what you’d expect to see on a pub menu,” says head chef Cliff Huck, who set out to create a menu that really captured the flavours and values of the Okanagan and catered to the hearty and share-style desires of the pub crowd.
“I thought, ‘What can I do with comfort food that’s different?’”
At 97 Street Pub, we’re all about wholesome, handmade, fill-your-belly-in-a-good-way kind of meals. And we’re just as committed to sourcing fresh, local and organic ingredients when we can. Our beef comes from a farm in Armstrong. In summer, the herbs are grown in our own garden. We buy our greens and cheese from local producers.
Yes, you’re at a pub,
but the food is really, really good.
...good food, some good live music, very friendly staff and it's a nice, clean venue. Very central location, with some supermarkets, the mall, and other shopping nearby.
Was here with my cousin Saturday night while we were in town, the beautiful lady's behind the bar were awesome! and we had a ton of fun! Definitely will be back again when I am in town.
After a day exploring the city, there’s nothing better than a chilled pint of your favourite beer and a big plate of some delicious food while recapping the day’s events with good friends. Whether you’re heading to your favourite Kelowna pub, a new pub, or a buddy’s place, we can show you the ins and outs of pairing brew with grub.