The Mix by Ric's will now be known as the West Coast Grill.

Changes announced at Prestige Hotel

Restaurant will have a name change along with new owners

  • May. 13, 2014 8:00 p.m.

The Prestige Oceanfront Resort Sooke (a Best Western Premier property)  announced on May 13, that there is a change of ownership in the food and beverage operation at the resort.

The two principal owners of the Prestige Hotel group have formed a new company to operate the restaurant and lounge, which will be known as the West Coast Grill.  The convention centre, café and sushi bistro will also be included under the umbrella of the new ownership.  Valerie Lessard, the food and beverage manager since the opening of the Oceanfront Resort, will be joining the new group as a Managing Partner.

The West Coast Grill management and staff is looking forward to seeing many guests soon to experience the new menu, and providing an exceptional food and beverage experience.

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