The First Nations who first settled the Comox Valley knew there was something special about this place. Game was readily available and the forest was like a banquet of wild berries, mushrooms and other foraged plants. And like that old expression goes; when the tide goes out, the table is set. When the first settlers arrived, they too discovered fertile sun-dappled valleys that could yield fields of corn, hay and a cornucopia of vegetables and fruits, rivers running with salmon and an ebbing tide that revealed a bounty of oysters and clams. Some things never change. Or rather, they just get better. Today in the Comox Valley farm to fork and dock to dish aren’t just catch phrases, they’re a reality.
Runge's European Deli
Sieffert's Farm Market
We grow and pick fresh daily a variety of in season vegetables in our fields and greenhouses, including tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, spinach, carrots, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, a wide variety of potatoes, 17 varieties of corn and lots more. Our market is open from late May to early November. Hours are 10am to 6pm…
The Waverley Hotel & Pub
The historic Waverley Hotel & Pub in Cumberland boasts 16 taps of draft beer enjoyment, house made burgers and more than just traditional pub fare. Voted Best Music Venue, the dance floor just got bigger & better.
Come dance the night away and join us for Sunday Brunch after. Cheers!