The KAL is the last remaining original public house in Vernon. Located in the historic Kalamalka Hotel which was built in 1892 by the residents of Vernon, the Kal’s name derives from a popular Indian Chief who bore the same name and lived at the head of Kalamalka Lake (then known as “Long Lake”). Over the years, while the Kal has undergone a number of transformations, the Okanagan has become well known for its vineyards, ranches, breweries, distilleries, farms, and orchards. Here at The Kal we are proud to bring the best of the Okanagan to this special place, partnering with local producers and businesses to create comfort food we all love using the best ingredients. Here at the Kal, we are proud to offer you some of the best dishes in the Okanagan, with everything made in-house.
The Kal shared a post.1 week ago
Great night at The Kal! By far one of the tightest & talented bands I've seen in a long time! Colour Tongues! Rythm was on point , vocals were really impressive, but man ... lead guitar was moving! If these guys tour near you ... do yourselves a favor and check em out! J. Michael Varrin Esq. Colin Carrier Brady Beruschi
The Kal shared a video.1 week ago
Indie rockstars Colour Tongues on tour this March! BC and Alberta shows.