Restaurant co-owner David Lindsay (Connor Trembley- Kelowna Capital News)

New Kelowna restaurant opens up for business

Mid-Town Station Kitchen + Drink is now operating in Kelowna’s Landmark District

There’s now one more place in Kelowna to put your taste buds to the test.

Mid-Town Station Kitchen + Drink officially opened its doors on Monday to the Kelowna public.

Located at 1615 Dickson Avenue, the new restaurant offers a variety of dishes like salads, chili tacos, burgers and Moroccan bowls.

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Restaurant co-owner David Lindsay said there’s something for everyone at the new establishment.

“I think we’re super excited and we have a great menu offering for all palates,” Lindsay said.

“From vegan to more proteins dishes, we have a great balance for everybody.”

According to Lindsay, this is the second restaurant that he now co-owns in Kelowna with his wife Rhonda Lindsay.

“For us, when the business opportunity presented itself, we knew we really liked the area,” Lindsay said.

“We liked the look of the the room and thought it was a great opportunity for us to have a second restaurant location along with the Train Station Pub.”

The Train Station Pub is located in the heart of downtown Kelowna at the corner of Clement Avenue and Ellis Street. It’s been operating since 1926.

The new Mid-Town Station Kitchen + Drink location is 2500-square feet and is able to hold around 60 diners. The restaurant currently employs about 20 people.


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