Peachland’s Historic Neighbourhood Grill
The Blind Angler Grill is located in picturesque Peachland in the heart of the Okanagan Valley. The Blind Angler is one of the only restaurants that is right on Lake Okanagan, which makes for some really spectacular views from the outside deck.
We have been in business for 16 years and have become a favourite place for locals and tourists alike to visit. The menu features Pernod mussels, flash fried calamari, a Big “O” and Cougar Burger which will have you coming back for more.
COVID-19 Announcement: The Blind Angler is now open to the public. Inside dining as well as patio dining is available for our patrons. The Blind Angler will follow the parameters set by the government with regard to social distancing, health and safety procedures.
- Restaurant Hours:
- Wed – Friday 11 am to 8:30 pm
- Saturday & Sunday 9:30 am to 8:30 pm
Delivery is available through NINJAnow, and by takeout by calling the restaurant at 250 767 9264.
Note: We are recommending reservations due to limited seating. Please call ahead at 250 767 9264. Thank you.
Our Name is a Legend
Two long-time friends, Cherie Bokis and Nancy McDonald along with Nancy’s husband Phil came together to create the Blind Angler Grill. The name Blind Angler comes from a true story about a local Peachland resident Jack Wilson, a settler in Peachland in the 1800’s. He came to Peachland to be a farmer, logger, and trapper. He enlisted in the Army in WWI, where he was injured by mustard gas which turned out to be detrimental in his later years especially with his eyesight. For Jack, his loss of eyesight was not a setback. He continued to do what he loved best, fish on Lake Okanagan in his row boat documenting each and every catch. He soon became “The Blind Angler of Peachland.”