Waterfront Cafe & Catering


Made to drink. Made to eat. Made for you.

We are a community hub in Kelowna, where people can connect with each other over real coffee, tasty bites, and remarkable meals.

Made by hand.

Each item on our menu is made by hand and from scratch, crafted together from years of experience and chef collaboration. Waterfront Café provides Kelowna with a beautiful spot for great tasting food, made from and inspired by quality ingredients – it’s how food is meant to be!

Made for you.

We’re here to serve the community of Kelowna; whether it’s a quick stop on your way to work or a place to decompress and stay connected. Step away from the hospital for a satisfying meal or bring your loved one a deluxe pastry. Our location allows for easy bike access with fencing to lock-up, and an inspired team to welcome you.

“Epic Sandwiches are meant to be eaten”

Humble ingredients, remarkable flavours.


Serving breakfast, lunch, happy hour, dinner & weekend brunch! Come enjoy the lakeside breeze on our patio or indulge indoors in our café or bistro seating – refuel and connect with your community!


Curb your coffee craving, quench your thirst or indulge in our daily happy hour . We ethically source our coffee straight from farmers and carry an outstanding selection of wines, spirits and beers with a focus on local flavours!

On the Go

From our selection of delectable made-in-house pastries and bread to our selection of soups and spreads, quick eats have never been so satisfying!



Monday to Sunday
7:30 AM to 10 PM


Monday to Friday
9 AM to 2 PM

Happy Hour
7 days a week
2 PM to 6 PM

7 days a week
5 PM to 10 PM

Saturday & Sunday
9 AM to 2 PM

About Chef Mark

Mark Filatow has always liked cooking, but what he didn’t realize at a young age was his love for collaboration with talented teams to create remarkable flavours from humble (and not-so-humble) ingredients.

“Learn as much as you can, as fast as you can. Write everything down… And tuck in your shirt!” – Mark Filatow

Influenced by his mother and grandparents in the Kitchen, Mark remembers baking cookies before learning to talk. He was exposed to good ingredients at a young age; the family shopped from local farmer’s markets (because of the economic value). His love for cooking grew from family tradition to a life-long pursuit.

Through years of culinary school, apprenticeship and cooking experience at renowned restaurants, including his own Waterfront Wines, Mark continued to recreate the recipe for good food. It starts with quality ingredients, mix in a bunch of creative collaboration, a dash of audacity and a pinch of simplicity.