Sustainable foods. Local drink. Live entertainment.
There are nice waterfalls very close to here. Cottonwood Falls they’re called, and way back in the late 1800s they provided the electric power for our then-burgeoning mining town—at the time, it was the first hydro-electric plant in British Columbia.
Why bring it up? Well, we take old-world sensibilities to heart. Nelson’s rich heritage is important to this city. And while we’re a modern mountain community on so many levels, we’re still attached to our frontier roots. We adventure outside, we love art and entertainment, and wherever and whenever we can we slow things down, interact, and seek out the good things. Like local, sustainably produced ingredients and exceptionally cultivated food, drink, and entertainment.
You’re not coming down from a day in these mountains to settle for anything less than great. From the food we eat, to the music we love, to craft beer and cocktails, it has to be special. You can expect all of the above at The Falls Music Lounge.
Check out our food and drink menus, or read more about Chef Grant Montreuil’s ethos on food preparation and experience
Starters & Shares
Jars and Antipasto
Josper Charcoal Grill
Hearth Baked Thin Crust Pizza – $18 each
Pastry Chef – Jessi Vollmer
By the Bottle
3.5 Oz | Bottle
Fort Berens – Late Harvest Reisling – $10 | $36
Sumac Ridge – Black Sage Vineyard Pipe – $10 | $36