From the beginning, co-founders Jorg and Anette Engel were ready to settle into their new home and contribute to the Penticton community.
Establishing Gratify to “make nutritious yet famously delicious treats so you can indulge better,” Connie and Ryan Oickle are grateful for Penticton, which as a small city offers big rewards.
Brodo Kitchen’s Chef Paul Cecconi notes, “In Penticton and the South Okanagan there is a lot going on now that’s exciting: more cool things, restaurants, coffee shops, big attractions.”
Their small batch craft distillery combines Doug’s long-time love of whisky, their passion to support local and be involved in the community.
The feeling of belonging and contributing to community permeates all operations of The Bench Market today. Whether it is building connections to farmers and artisans, supporting local events and charities, or greeting customers warmly each day, the Glynes are all in.
Reading the seasonal menu at the Naramata Inn in the Village of Naramata is a love letter to local. The community’s iconic heritage mission-style inn describes the cuisine as “a next-level, hyper-local dining experience.”
The ripple effect of Penticton community connections at Slackwater Brewing fan out broadly. For Kelsey and Liam, the big bonus of living in Penticton is ease of access to work and play.
At Cannery Brewing, we are so pleased to be able to feature the amazing products of so many of our local friends. We have a rotating selection of local BC wine and cider on tap in our taproom. On our menu, we use local ingredients wherever possible.