The Atrium at Crown Isle features upscale dining, entertainment

For your upscale dining pleasure, The Atrium opens April 4.

The Atrium at Crown Isle offers fine dining in a spectacular setting overlooking the 18th green and Comox Glacier. Chef Dan Vogt and his kitchen brigade are excited to offer a pop-up restaurant experience with a fresh menu and theme that will change completely each season.

The April/May menu for The Atrium includes a selection of fine steaks with all the accoutrements, exciting twists on poultry and pork, and a selection of salads and appetizers highlighting fresh, local ingredients. Opening weekend includes live music from Andrea Rose and Jesse Hampton.

The Atrium at Crown Isle will be open Wednesday – Saturday for dinner service year round. Reservations recommended.

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