King Taps Kelowna Lakeside

Project Desciption

Kelowna Lakeside is the second King Taps location in Canada, situated in the former long-standing Water St Bar, offering unparalleled 270-degree Lake Okanagan views.

Split between lounge and dining room seating indoors, with covered and open-air patios both upstairs and downstairs, the expansion of previously conjoined premises now accommodates nearly 500 seats, a bar with 75 beer taps, and a two-level commercial kitchen complete with a pizza station.

Material choices of light brown leather, rift-cut ash, and copper accents echo the original King Taps Toronto location; however, they also add a sense of lightness and playfulness. The staircase mural by local artist Drew Yong contributes to the “holiday” vibe, adding texture and inviting the patrons to the second floor.

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Details

Location: Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Size: 4,570 sf

Design Team: David Thompson (Principal-in-Charge), Scott Satin, Blake Hussey, Ignacio Bruni

Photography: Andrew Latreille