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A FUSION OF FEASTS To many visitors, the Village of Radium Hot Springs serves as the perfect place to access Kootenay National Park and all that the Columbia Valley has to o er. With an abundant selection of golf courses to play, hiking trails to conquer and wildlife to gaze at, of course it's no wonder. Partaking in all of those activities, however, builds up an appetite, and to properly satiate that well-earned hunger, Radium's many di erent restaurants and their chefs are here to serve you some downright delicious food. If you do plan to play golf at one of the Radium area golf courses, both the Radium Course Restaurant at the Radium Course and Elevation Restaurant at The Springs Course o er mouth-watering food for breakfast, lunch and dinner that will make you quickly forget that bogey you made on 18. If you are looking to try ethnic foods, there is plenty to o er in that regard as well with no passport required. For English-in- spired fare while watching some sporting action, try Carrington's Olde English Lounge. For authentic Italian food in a family at- mosphere, head to La Cabina Ristorante. Both of these restau- rants are located inside the Best Western Plus Prestige Inn. If you're in the mood for some delectable pizza, Wildside Pizzeria on Main Street West has certainly got you covered. Radium Hot Springs is highly regarded for its authentic Austrian cuisine that features recipes passed down from gener- ation to generation. For an outstanding variety of schnitzel and spaetzle dishes (among many others), try Helna's Stube or The Old Salzburg. Spectacular mountain views and a unique European taste can be found by visiting the cozy Citadella Restaurant perched overlooking the Valley and within the Rocky Mountain Springs Lodge. If you are still in the mood for some exotic food, but want to shift your geographical focus away from Europe, Leo Burrito specializes in serving outstanding Mexican-inspired burrito dishes with a Columbia Valley twist. Yet despite Radium's plethora of ethnic foods options, some- times that hamburger, steak, or BLT is just too good to ignore. For simple down-home Western classics, Riko's Family Radium Restaurant is there to serve you breakfast, lunch and dinner at an a ordable price while the Horsethief Creek Pub & Eatery will have you leave wanting more. For all-day breakfast, Rockies Restaurant has the pancakes that you crave along with pizza, pasta, and other traditional Italian foods. Continued on page 21 PULLED PORK BENNY - FIRE'D UP APPLE STRUDEL - OLD SALZBURG RESTAURANT HORSETHIEF PLATTER - HORSETHIEF CREEK PUB & EATERY R a d i u m H o t S p r i n g s Vi s i t o r G u i d e 2 0 1 7 • 19

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