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Naramata, B.C

Penticton Area

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This section offers a list of restaurants, cafés, delicatessens and fast food restaurants in Penticton, some are open for lunch and dinner, some only open for lunch. You’ll also find some places worth visiting; and places to go shop.

A Bookstore that’s worth the visit

A great way to spend a couple of hours (or more).   The aptly named “The Book Shop“, at 242 Main Street in Penticton, was founded by Bruce Stevenson in 1974. Stevenson, originally from Penticton, was a teacher in Vancouver, and had traveled the world extensively prior to starting a career as a teacher. The Book Store is…

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Main Shopping Areas in Penticton

The major shopping centers in Penticton are clustered on the sides of Main Street which becomes Skaha Lake Road in the southern part of the city. #1 on the map: Downtown Penticton Downtown Penticton consists mostly of the north end of Main Street and Front Street. It is important to note that Main Street is…

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Restaurants and eateries in the Penticton area

Where to eat in Penticton? There is a surprising amount of choice, ranging from Asian (Indian, Chinese, Cambodian, Thai, Mongolian) to European foods of all types: Restaurants are listed alphabetically. We have tried the ones marked with a star. Restaurants that are only open for lunch are marked with a blue dot. A listing of…

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S.S. Sicamous Inland Marine Museum

  Beached at the west end of Lakeshore Drive, on the Okanagan Lake front, S.S. Sicamous is owned by the city of Penticton, and was restored by the S.S. Sicamous Restoration Society. The Seam Ship Sicamous was the largest and the most luxurious of three sternwheeler paddleboats (S.S. Aberdeen, S.S. Okanagan, S.S. Sicamous) that plied…

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