The Savoy Hotel is home to two dining establishments designed to fulfill all of your gastronomic needs. The Falls features an eclectic menu that changes daily, loaded with sustainable, locally sourced ingredients while the Farm Fresh Café, now open 8am-3pm daily, will get your mountain day going with farm-to-counter smoothies, to-go wraps, fresh coffee, and everything else you need to fuel your daily adventures—which happen to be right outside our front door.

We’re also churning out our own craft beer from The Savoy Brewery. Again, using only nature’s best ingredients we aim on supplying our customers with brewed on sight pilsners, ales and lagers that will lovingly wash down all the goodness of a day spent in Nelson and the surrounding area. These days we tend to have approximately 5 of our own brews on tap at any given time!

Really good food.Really fast.

Our mission at the Farm Fresh Café is to deliver on the name. We supply much of the food we offer from our family farm located on the Salmo River Ranch just south of Nelson. For everything else, all of our ingredients will come from sustainable, locally produced sources whenever possible. Expect delicious, well-priced to-go foods like smoothies, wraps and bowls, prepared fresh daily. Located on the bustling corner of Baker and Falls, right at the west end of downtown Nelson, we are open from 8am until 3pm daily.

Smoothies – $8

Boosters – $1

On tap

Kids Drinks

Juices – $7

Hot Beverages

Breakfast – $7.50

The Granary

Off the Grill

Kids Menu – $5

Salad – $3 sm | $6 med | $9 lrg

Stew – $6 sm | $8 lrg

Soup – $5 sm | $7 lrg

Hot Elixers “To your health”















Our own beer.Made right here.

When you step inside The Falls Music Lounge, you’ll notice some big, beautiful glass doors to your right. Behind those doors lives our very own microbrew facility, complete with stainless steel and copper beer vats, fermenters, and all the other toys that go along with making our own brand of delicious beer. Using only local ingredients, we hope to be serving our first pints of Savoy Brewery beer in the summer of 2016.

Notes from Chef Grant de Montreuil

Starting with local producers and our own chef gardens in the Okanagan, I've already realized the amazing variety, flavour profiles, and sheer abundance that can be produced from small plots of land in British Columbia. This effort, although mostly for the pure pleasure of growing food, has had many additional benefits, from education through to empowerment. It just makes sense.

With my recent move to the Kootenays, I now have access to a large family-run farm at Salmo River Ranch. It’s time for this ethos of earth to plate to be kicked into high gear. Over time, the farm will be able to produce nearly everything we need to create our menu. With cellaring, preserving, drying, curing, green-housing, and use of wild craft, along with strategic partnerships with local farmers, wineries and artisans, our wish is to position ourselves as a truly local, year-round, self-sustained business.

- Chef Grant de Montreuil