Plus, six more breweries that are opening in Calgary in 2018.
Soups, stews and pies always taste better when someone makes them for you, so when you want to comfort someone (including yourself) with food on a cold winter day, here are a few dishes worth seeking out.
Entertaining a crowd is easy when you make a big batch of drinks. Here are a few to try courtesy of the cocktail masters at Cannibale, Native Tongues and Raw Bar.
This year, local restaurants and bars told us the story behind some of their coolest cocktails for our Mixer column. Here are the recipes so you can make them yourself.
Pick up some Mini Egg cookie dough, cotton candy or a root beer bulldog float.
It's bright and comfortable and in an old house.
In the spring, you can apply for a special license issued through a lottery to shoot one.
Donna Mac Opens in the Beltline, There's a New Barbecue Spot in Mission and the Tea House Launches Dim Sum Sundays
All this and more in our bi-monthly round-up of Calgary restaurant openings, food news and events.
Value, personality and style — a case for the best sips of the past year.
Run, run to catch these gingerbread men (and women) at local bakeries and cafés throughout the city just in time for the holidays.
The 1960s-style lounge serves lunch, dinner and lots of drinks.
Craft nachos, thin crust pizzas, roasted chickens — you can get it all at these neighbourhood restaurants.
Eat at a floating sushi bar, pick up some cupcakes or settle in for a traditional steak dinner.
In Mission, you can fill up on French, Italian and Mexican fare.
Charcuterie, sandwiches, salads and jars of condiments are all available at this Haysboro shop.
Stock up on French fare including duck fat French fries, cassoulet, raclette cheese and escargots.