A young couple dines at Glo Restaurant & Lounge in Victoria, BC
Dine. Drink. Discover.

Eat & Drink

Our “fascinating mix of influences and dedication to farm-to-table produce” has earned Greater Victoria the distinction of being the No. 8 best food city in the world by the readers of Condé Nast Traveller.

Discover local seafood, farm-grown produce, artisanal ingredients and – above all – chefs who dream big.

Afternoon & high tea

Steeped in British history, Greater Victoria has perfected the art of tea culture. Indulge in the time-honoured tradition of a classic Afternoon Tea or High Tea, often featuring distinctively Pacific Coast ingredients and international flavours.

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Afternoon tea at Abkhazi Garden

More savoury delights

Tip back a pint of local brew, fall for seasonal flavours and find culinary festivals.

A couple enjoying a cider at a cidery in Victoria, BC

Sip and savour along the Flavour Trails

Within minutes from downtown, explore rich landscapes by car, bike or e-bike. Taste fresh-pressed cider, award-winning wines and honey made by bustling bees, then dine on seasonal cuisine sourced from nearby farms.

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A person slicing vegetables at a Victoria, BC restaurant

Dine Around and Stay in Town

Join the locals at our most popular culinary festival, featuring delicious deals at more than 50 sought-after restaurants, bistros, gastropubs and bars.

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Rebar restaurant in Victoria, BC

Food & Drink Tours

Everything tastes better when it comes with a story. Culinary tours introduce you to (literal) tastemakers throughout the region.

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Destination Greater Victoria is honoured to be based on the traditional territory of the Lekwungen-speaking peoples of the Songhees Nation and the Esquimalt Nation, whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.