Visitors to Field needn't stray far in search of delicious local fare.
The Truffle Pigs Bistro and Lodge can't be missed at the end of Field's main drag. The Lodge features comfortable timber décor and local artwork. Guests can mosey up to the bar for a cold pint of BC ale, or relax outside on a patio overlooking the Kicking Horse River valley and the Van Horne range.
The Siding General Store is located in the building that has housed Field's general stores for decades. Many people will know this building as the popular Truffle Pigs Cafe, however in 2008 the Truffle Pigs moved across the road to its current location. At The Siding you'll find casual licensed dining, a friendly small town atmosphere, and a cozy outdoor patio to enjoy on sunny days. Spend a morning or afternoon here and you'll start to get a sense of what it's like to live in Field.
Within Yoho National Park, you'll also find fine dining a short distance from town.
At Emerald Lake Lodge, a quick 10 minute drive from Field, sample from an extensive wine list featuring award winning wines from British Columbia and rare vintages from around the world while sampling creatively prepared dishes and traditional Rocky Mountain game meats.
Adjacent to the Lodge is Cilantro on the Lake, an open timber lakeside lodge with stone fireplace and open air patio.
Along the Kicking Horse River just east of Field you'll find Cathedral Mountain Lodge nestled below majestic Cathedral Mountain. Serving fine cuisine featuring local and organic meats and produce, the Lodge features two elegant Rocky Mountain timberframe dining rooms.