For Immediate Release:
December 7, 2020
NEW ‘AT HOME’ PROGRAM BRINGS THE NARAMATA INN EXPERIENCE TO YOUR OWN DINING TABLE
Pick-up everything you need for a restaurant quality dinner
Naramata, B.C. - Naramata Inn’s new “At Home” dining program combines the best parts of a relaxing dinner at home with the restaurant experience. Somewhere between ordering take-out and using a meal kit, the menu includes a pre-prepared appetizer, main course, sides and dessert that you simply finish at home using provided instructions.
The first edition of the Naramata Inn “At Home” program has a “steakhouse” theme, offering premium quality grass fed BC beef from 63 Acres, and hand cut in the restaurant’s kitchen. Choose from rib-eye, tenderloin, Naramata cut striploin or red wine-braised short ribs (each serving two), then choose two sides (potato/pasta and vegetables), an appetizer salad and dessert.
Steaks will be pre-seasoned and pre-seared, and ready to be finished in your own oven to cook them perfectly to your liking. Sides, appetizers and dessert will be fully prepared and require minimal dressing and reheating. A three-course dinner for two people starts at just $89 (plus taxes etc.), and the full menu can be found here.
Also available is a well-priced wine list offering a significant 50% off the Inn’s regular dine-in wine list prices, and a mixed beer 4-pack. The At Home market offers Naramata Inn classics for your fridge and pantry, including loaves of Naramata apple sourdough and Ned’s salmon chowder, and housemade granola and jams for breakfast the next day.
Planning your steakhouse dinner couldn’t be easier. Choose your meal options online along with any drinks and market items, choose a time to pick-up from the Inn (daily between 2 pm and 6 pm), and pre-pay for your order. Orders must be received by 9 pm the night before your pick-up. Alcohol can only be ordered with food, and can only be picked up by someone over 19 years of age with government issued identification.
About Naramata Inn:
Constructed 112 years ago by the town’s founder, J.M. Robinson, Naramata Inn would welcome some of the Okanagan’s very first tourists and go on to weave a colourful thread throughout Naramata’s history. Naramata Inn is still making headlines as the best way to enjoy the full bounty of the Okanagan Valley. The Inn delivers a proudly “Naramatian” experience, from the best local growers and artisans in Naramata and the Valley, through to showcasing the true depth and breadth of award-winning wines produced by British Columbia’s winemakers.
can only be ordered with food, and can only be picked up by someone over 19 years of age.
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Photo credit to John Hollands