Seton in the deep south gets a new restaurant that easily compares to its downtown contemporaries.
Few things are more romantic than dipping, nibbling and sharing a slow fondue dinner.
Just in time for the Super Bowl this Sunday, a roundup of Calgary's best chicken wings.
More heads are better than none.
If you are vegetarian or just not interested in meat at the moment, you'll find plenty of options at some of Calgary's best restaurants.
If you're looking to stay gluten-free in 2015, here are nine restaurants that are worth visiting this year.
The steakhouse that originally opened in Calgary in 1955 is back again in all its traditional glory.
These stellar side dishes steal the spotlight from the main entrees.
For traditional couples, sci-fi nerds and everything in between.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you shouldn’t drink and dine alfresco.
Take a cooking class and achieve that dream of whipping up a fancy meal this year.
Salad doesn't have to be boring. These nine restaurants each offer a salad that has lots of flavour and pizzazz.
This bakeshop and cafe in the former Melrose location on 17th Ave. is making a big splash, and for good reason.
A second helping of Food Network's Chopped Canada sees more competitors from Calgary and area.
Start the new year with dining choices that are healthy and tasty.
These dishes are packed with healthy grains, lentils, split peas or chickpeas.
Just because you've decided to limit your alcohol intake doesn't mean you should drink bad drinks.
Celebrate Albertan food and beer at these four pubs.
We don't know exactly when the first dishes will be served (we'll let you know when we do), but we do know these restaurants are opening in 2015.
Calgary saw a lot of great new restaurants open (and reopen) in 2014.