A father and son patiently wait for Renegade Kitchen to open its doors for the first time.

A father and son patiently wait for Renegade Kitchen to open its doors for the first time.

New vegan restaurant opens in Kelowna

Renegade Kitchen opened downtown Kelowna on Boxing Day

A new restuarant opening in Kelowna on Boxing Day is changing the perception of vegan food.

It’s comfort food, not health food, it’s plant-based and delicious claims the downtown restaurant Renegade Kitchen.

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๐Ÿ“ฃ Just over 1 year ago we opened up for our very first day. It has been a wild year, full of ups and downs. Mostly ups ๐Ÿ˜‰ We have felt an overwhelming outpouring of love and support from the community and we are beyond grateful ๐Ÿ™ If you haven't heard, we are expanding into a restaurant, Renegade Kitchen & Craft Bar, in downtown Kelowna! We are permanently closing the food truck after this week to shift our focus to getting the restaurant open as soon as we can! No set opening date yet. Thank you to everyone who has come out to support us, whether you came twice a week, or just twice ever, we couldn't do what we do without YOU guys โค If you want one last meal before you're put on a burger hiatus, catch us this Fri @truck59cider 11-7 PM, or Sat @denimonthediamond (tix still available) โœŠ Be sure to stay tuned to our social media for restaurant updates and menu development ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ”

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Formally a food truck business, which opened in 2018, Renegade Kitchen is now a sit-down eatery at 467 Leon Avenue.

Serving up everything from cauliflower wings to buffalo Chik’n poutine, to chill burgers the owners of Renegade Kitchen, Shaun Sanders and Meghan Carr, say this food is for everyone.

“Get at us for #hyperlocal taps, wines, cocktails and the comfort food you’ve been craving these past few months,” states an Instagram post.

Licensed to serve craft cocktails the resturant will be open every Wednesday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

READ MORE: Busy Boxing Day begins in Kelowna


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