Spring Greetings from Naramata Inn
Updated: Mar 16, 2022
For Immediate Release
March 15, 2022
Naramata Inn Rolls Out 2022 Season on March 16
Taste of our New Seasonal Menus, Plus Reasons to Book a Naramata Getaway this Spring
Naramata, B.C. - After a recharging winter’s roost, we are ready for the 2022 season! How about you?
Executive Chef Ned Bell, Chef de Cuisine Stacy Johnson and the culinary team will launch seasonal, sustainable. and hyper-local menus starting tomorrow – Wednesday, March 16. The Inn has enjoyed some updates and our elegant centenarian will be opening her doors to overnight guests on March 16 as well. We are delighted that so many visitors have already booked their 2022 stay with us as nearly 50% of our rooms are already booked!
Early in the season, the Inn and Restaurant will be operating five days week from Wednesday through Sunday. Dinner will be offered all five days from 5pm to 8:30pm and lunch is available from Friday through Sunday from 11:30am to 2pm. We can’t wait to greet you and recommend making your spring and summer reservations now at naramatainn.com.
The Restaurant at Naramata Inn
The Restaurant at Naramata Inn is a next-level, hyper-local dining experience. We are celebrating the return of spring with seasonal and sustainable menus. Wine Director Emily Walker continues to work her magic by inviting guests to explore the region’s incredible sips in a thoughtful curation that Western Living magazined called “a wine list like no other“.
Dinner – March 16 Diners can look forward to outstanding culinary experiences, warm Okanagan hospitality, and a true commitment to local artisanship. From produce to proteins, the menus are built around availability from the best local growers and producers in the region. Menu highlights include Overwintered Carrots (think extra sweet), Duck and Quince Tart, Dry Aged Fraser Valley Duck, Salt Spring Island Mussel Chowder, First of the Season Wild Pacific Halibut, Little Cedar Falls Steelhead, Pacific Scallops, and a rich and creamy plant-forward dish, Escaoutoun, our twist on a French version of polenta. Pastry Chef Liz brings her impressive global experience to the table with divine desserts including Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Pavé, Salted Caramel Éclair, and Whipped Naramata Maple Squash Cheesecake. Dinner is available Wednesday through Sunday from 5pm to 8:30pm, and reservations for the entire 2022 season are now available to be booked online.
Lunch – March 18 Lunch time at Naramata Inn will feature the best in harvest salads, seasonal twists on comforting favourites, and cheese + charcuterie boards. An extensive by-the-glass wine list highlighting some of the most interesting pours from the Naramata Bench and Okanagan Valley will also be on offer. Lunch service is available three days a week starting on Friday, March 18 from11:30am to 2pm. Diners will enjoy Pacific Scallops & Crispy Pork Belly, House-made Grass Fed Beef Burger and Fraser Valley Duck Leg Confit. Reservations can be made online or via phone by calling Naramata Inn at 778.514.5444.
Book Your 2022 Getaway
People travel to eat. And when they do, they want a true taste of place. Naramata Inn’s mission is centred around discovering and sharing the very best of the Okanagan’s natural bounty and putting it all in one delicious, welcoming, one-of-a-kind setting. Built in 1908, the Inn features Mission Revival style architecture and all 12 guest rooms are unique. The charm of the era is evident in period details like the carpentry and clawfoot tubs and is elevated by the comfort of modern updates like fluffy linens, cozy robes, reliable WiFi and some lovely new touches added for 2022.
Don’t wait to book your dining and accommodations experiences for the 2022 season via naramatainn.com. Rooms are booking up quickly.
Save the Date: Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver Alumni Wine + Dine – Saturday, April 23
What do you get when you cross half a dozen food and wine experts from one legendary hotel with a gorgeous, food-driven Inn in wine country? One heck of a special, multi-course dinner with wine pairings to launch 2022’s special event series and to celebrate Earth Day.
The seven-course dinner is priced at $175 for a limited number of seats, this one-night-only culinary collaboration is going to be good. More details to follow, but if this has got you intrigued send an email to email@example.com to save you a table. The Earth Day theme is a nod to YEW seafood + bar’s annual event, one that invited guests to slow down, take a beat and appreciate all our planet offers us.
Starring Ned Bell, Emily Walker, Sean Murray, Sarah Morten, Mark Burton, Evan Morgan, Ben Kilford, Nicole Weedenburg and a special guest appearance by Quang Dang.
They say “birds of a feather flock together,” which is evidenced by the many familiar faces returning to Naramata Inn for the 2022 season. We’ve also added some terrific talent to our team in many areas from culinary, to housekeeping, marketing, events and more.
If you know someone who loves food, wine, and hospitality please let them know that we’re still hiring some stars to our already impressive team. Applications for the following jobs are now being accepted at the link below. •Beverage Manager •Bartender •Breakfast and Lunch Servers •Sommelier
Here’s One for the Bucket List!
Join Chef Ned for the world’s best soccer, seven ports, five countries, and incredible cuisine, cruising the Indian Ocean from Dubai to Mumbai this December. With international travel back on, Chef Ned will be bringing his special brand of culinary talent aboard Silverseas cruises for the trip of a lifetime. The adventure starts with the FIFA Soccer World Cup in Qatar and there’s a real possibility that Canada’s men could qualify for its first World Cup since 1986. The team is just one win away from clinching a spot!
Click here for more info and contact Shemin Verjee via firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.762.0007 for bookings.
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About Naramata Inn:
Constructed 114 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.
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