Dining

Spirit Ridge Resort offers a variety of cuisines to suit any palate. Stop by our Main Lodge to savour modern vineyard cuisine inspired by our Indigenous roots at The Bear, The Fish, The Root & The Berry. Sip glasses of local wines as you admire vineyard, lake, and mountain views. 

Spirit Ridge proudly sits on the traditional land of the Syilx People of the Okanagan Nation. 

Our inspiration for the name of our new signature restaurant comes from a chaptik story passed down through the generations of our First Nations people of the Okanagan. 

The Syilx People of the Okanagan Nation approach to food is based on the creation stories of their culture and we’ve taken their stories as the inspiration for the name of our restaurant: “The Bear, The Fish, The Root & The Berry,” based on their story of the Four Food Chiefs. 

The Four Food Chiefs are central: Skimxist Black Bear (chief of animals, representing self-sacrifice, leadership, giving), Ntytikxw Chinook Salmon (water creatures, perseverance, hard work), Speetlum Bitterroot (plants below the round, relationships to the land) and Seeya Saskatoon Berry (plants above the ground, growth, strength, community) are legendary. 

The Four Food Chiefs; Black Bear, Chinook Salmon, Bitterroot, and Saskatoon Berry, represent the key elements of Indigenous cuisine. 

For reservations, please call 250-495-4660 or visit www.bearfishrootberry.com  


The Bear, The Fish, The Root & The Berry
The Bear, The Fish, The Root & The Berry serves modern vineyard cuisine inspired by our Indigenous roots. Based on the Four Food Chiefs; Black Bear, Chinook Salmon, Bitterroot, and Saskatoon Berry, they represent the key elements of Indigenous cuisine.  Check out our extensive local BC wine list, our locally sourced cuisine or come for dessert made by our in house pastry team while gazing out towards incredible views of vineyards, the lake and mountains.  Dining is available all day as well as a well thought out take away menu for our guests.
Hours

Breakfast: 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Lunch: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Dinner: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Weekend Brunch: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

The Patio at Nk’Mip Cellars
Watch the glittering waters of Osoyoos Lake as you dine alfresco at the Patio, located within Nk’Mip Cellars winery at Spirit Ridge, and share a bottle of wine with loved ones. Our farm-to-table specialties are created using traditional aboriginal culinary techniques. Enjoy elegantly plated wild mushroom gnocchi and duck confit sandwiches as you gaze at the serene desert landscape.
Hours

Open Seasonally from May Long Weekend until end of September

Spirit Ridge Market
Entrance
In between visiting the Nk’Mip Cultural Centre and swimming in Osoyoos Lake, head to Spirit Ridge Market. Here you’ll find freshly brewed coffee and pastries to start your morning off right. Return throughout the day to enjoy sandwiches and other grab-and-go options. In the evening, stop by to pick up specialty drinks, beer, and wine.
Hours

Closed For The Season

Footprints Beach bar & Grill
Come visit us on the shores of Spirit Ridge’s private beach, on the shores of Osoyoos Lake and visit our casual cantina style grill – Footprints.  Featuring a Caribbean style menu, island themed music and a beverage list made for relaxing in the sun.  Enjoy your meal on the deck of our waterfront patio, take it with you on your boat rental or relax with a beverage in your beach chair in the sand.  Take beautiful pictures of Osoyoos lake, leave only footprints behind.
Hours

Open May Long Weekend to September Long Weekend. 

Noon to 9pm daily

Dress Code
Casual / Beachwear
Dress Code
Casual / Beachwear