Owned and operated by 23-year old Kristina Sidorczuk, EATology opened to an enthusiastic Vernon crowd on April 13, 2015.

Located at the Greyhound Station, it’s nicely disguised as a run-of-the-mill bus station diner – and easy to miss if you didn’t know better. But this charming little eatery is anything but average.

All-day breakfast is a huge hit here, and they open at 6:30 a.m. for you early risers. There are few restaurants that can top their eggs benny. (Hint: Try the smoked-salmon and capers option.)

With a nod to Sidorczuk’s Ukrainian roots, weekly specials of cabbage rolls, borscht, and perogies, are traditionally prepared for your dining pleasure. If you’re in the mood for comfort food, be sure to try their burger or ‘Dirty Fries,” topped with mayo, salty bacon, fried sage and thyme.

Valley Vagabonds Inside Tip

Hint: Arrive early if you want a table at lunch. And don't forget, EATology closes at 3PM.

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