Locals Restaurant Comox Valley, BC

Welcome to Locals Restaurant

Locals is CLOSED for Family Day on Feb. 8th

When visiting Locals for our January Customer Appreciation Month, take advantage of our three course table d’hôte, offering multiple choices at the special rate of $24 for Lunch and $42 for Dinner. This is an opportunity to enter our GRAND PRIZE. Locals Restaurant at the Old House would like to show appreciation for our wonderful customers.   During the month of January, when visiting any of our establishments between January 4th and February 10th, you may enter to win a Comox Valley Gourmet Staycation. This grand prize package includes Dinner for four at Locals with a chef inspired 5 course wine pairing dinner (value of $500), one night’s stay in a deluxe 1-bedroom suite at the hotel, and 2 manicures or pedicures from their Oh Spa Tapas menu. The winner will be announced on Valentine’s Day.


Our special VALENTINES DINNER MENU will be offered form Thursday the 11th through Sunday the 14th. Check out this beautiful 4 course menu with wine pairing options: Special Event Menu

Comox Valley DINE AROUND is back February 18 – March 13, 2016 and it’s the perfect time to enjoy the flavours from the Comox Valley! Choose from a 3 week calendar of 3 course dinner menu's, culinary events and experiences, weekend cocktail specials and hotel options to create your perfect Dine Around Comox Valley experience. To view our special menus at Dine Around 2016

Experience Vancouver Island's premiere food destination featuring Chef Ronald St. Pierre and his culinary artisans. We ensure outstanding dining provided with outstanding service.

Located at the Old House in Courtenay, our menu showcases local foods from Vancouver Island producers including bison, crab, oysters, rabbit, venison, duck, artisan cheeses, and Chef Ronald's amazing desserts.

Locals is pleased to be the first BC Restaurant to earn the top rating of Level III Leaders in Environmentally Accountable Foodservice and to receive this letter of congratulations from our MLA Don McRae.