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Food & Drink

Food & Drink Experiences

A large and eclectic country, Canada offers so many different opportunities to enjoy a tasty beverage or delicious meal. From traditional Indigenous fare to a mosaic of cultural cuisines courtesy of our diverse population, you’re in for unique and memorable sensory experiences. Whether you’re looking for fine dining, rustic BBQ picnics, or out-there adventures that completely change your perspective on what a meal can be, we’ll help you plan a food & drink moment.
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Exclusive Dining Experiences

Perhaps you’re planning a wedding reception, a celebratory group dinner to mark the end of your trip, a cozy and romantic meal for two, or a large dinner conference. Various venues and upscale dining restaurants can accommodate you, and we will work with you and your venue to ensure this is the exclusive dining experience you desire – the ideal venue, a set or flexible menu, entertainment options, and spectacular ambience.

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Wine and Distillery Tours

This one’s for the adults! Are you a wine aficionado? Or perhaps you prefer the latest innovations in craft beer production? Or maybe you lean towards harder spirits like whiskey or gin? Whatever your poison, there’s a tour available for you to learn about (and sample!) your favorite beverages. Explore the vineyards of British Columbia on foot, by bike, or in a classic vintage car. Check out North America’s largest distillery in Whiskytown, Ontario. Or hop on the Mountain City Brew Bus in Canmore for a tour of three breweries in the Bow Valley. You’re guaranteed a fantastic time, and you might learn something along the way, too.

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Food Tours

Maybe you’re in the mood for something a little heartier than a beverage. Not to worry – there are tons of tours designed to sate your appetite with foods that delight, fascinate, and maybe even challenge your palette. Foodies will love a chance to take a journey through culinary wonders of all kinds. You might prefer a guide to help you navigate the sights and sounds of a giant farmer’s market in a big city, or perhaps you’d like to design a tour that highlights multicultural dishes and fusions, or maybe you’re looking for a cosmopolitan adventure that has you noshing on gourmet creations from the finest establishments in the area. The food and the experience will both be bursting with flavour!

Tours with Food & Drink Experiences

Visit Alberta’s capital city and explore a vibrant urban centre, a plethora of exciting activities that’ll takes you to new places and allow you to discover other cultures. Available May to September.
Take a Kelowna wine tour that has you sipping and savouring some of the Okanagan’s best beverages. Pair, peal and peck at different products in the region while enjoying the picture perfect landscape.
Beautiful, energetic and entertaining—known as the “Wilderness City”, Whitehorse has the great outdoors at its doorstep and has adventure for all interest levels.
Enjoy truly Canadian experiences with bucket list views. Discover what makes Alberta so unique and explore the Rockies like you’ve only dreamt. This 9 day, 8 night package is accessible daily.

Build Your Own Food and Drink Tour

Let’s make a trip that’s uniquely yours! You decide how long, which delectables, number of inclusions, everything. Start planning now and make your dream trip a reality.

Staff Picks

Kelowna Vineyards

Filled with vineyards, Kelowna is host to many wine-tasting tours, with different route options that allow you to pick-and-choose the details of your taste-bud adventure.

Banff Exotic Meats

Book a truly unique dining experience for your group in Banff. The Grizzly House offers up an eclectic fondue menu, including alligator, rattlesnake, steak, lobster, and wild boar!

Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

This Ottawa-area farm is a popular spot for all-you-can-eat breakfasts, sleigh rides, kettle corn, maple taffy fresh off the snow, and a chance to see sap-to-syrup maple production first hand.

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Canadian Cuisine

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Poutine

This glorious French Canadian creation consists of french fries, cheese curds, and gravy. Hundreds of options for modifying the basic dish are out there, so you’ll never run out of new varieties to try!

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Bannock

A traditional staple for most Indigenous peoples in Canada, this delightful fry bread may seem pretty simple to make, but your best bet for a delicious treat is to support a local Indigenous bakery or restaurant.

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Beavertails

Immensely popular in mountain towns, beavertails are a mouth-watering slab of deep-fried dough resembling the tail of our national animal and covered with your choice of toppings, from cinnamon and sugar, to bananas and peanut butter, to coconut and chocolate chips.

Food and Drink Festivals

With the vast array of cultures that comprise Canada’s population, it’s no wonder we have festivals year round and across the country to celebrate food and drink. Coastal towns might highlight the catch of the day with seafood festivals, big cities will often have multi-day events honoring ethnically diverse citizens and their traditional dishes, and there is of course no shortage of beerfests across the prairies and into the Maritime provinces.

Find Your Inner Chef or Sommelier

Along with the many ways to enjoy Canadian cuisine, there are also ample opportunities to don an apron and try your hand at baking something sweet, experimenting with gastronomy, or stomping some grapes. Restaurants across the nation offer cooking workshops instructed by professional chefs. In Quebec, you can arrange a private chocolate-making class with Miss Chocolat. And British Columbia’s Wine Factory invites you to get hands on with a batch of wine or bubbly. The best part of these learning opportunities? You get to consume what you make!

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Did You Know?

Head to the East Coast for a taste of beer brewed from an iceberg. Nothing quite says Canadian like a brewski made with the purest 25,000 year old iceberg water. This is exactly what Quidi Vidi Brewery in Newfoundland and Labrador provides, and their unique brewing method infuses their beer with a crisp and distinct flavor.

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Have Questions?

Sometimes it’s just easier to talk to someone. Give us a call and let’s discuss how we can create your unique experience.