Because you can eat or drink more than half of these gifts, it would be wise to buy a few extras for yourself.
The Banff Craft Beer Festival is at the Cave and Basin on November 27 and 28. This is its first year.
Guests will remember you as the person who introduced them to ultra fresh parmigiano-reggiano.
The new sports-centric restaurant on 17th Avenue S.W. is intended to be a hub for all sports fans, even if your sport is Pop-a-Shot or Skeeball.
Buy the Kitchen Alchemist’s Botanical Gin Kit at the Silk Road Spice Merchant or Kent of Inglewood for $30 and you’ll have your own gin in about one week.
It has three locations, 44 seasonal menu items and nutritionists to help you.
Compelling evidence that cocktails are a thing in Calgary.
The right white wines for cold nights, fuzzy slippers and roaring fires.
Handmade in Nanton by Martin Reinhard, these carbon steel, European-style frying pans heat evenly, cook quickly and are a beautiful addition to any chef’s arsenal.
Wines to pair — or to give — for all your holiday occasions.
Kensington welcomes its newest watering hole, perfect if you like quality cocktails and a speakeasy feel.
It turns out, you don't necessarily need to jet off to London to enjoy two these two, very British gastronomical traditions.
Some people call it fall. Some call it autumn. Here at Avenue, we call it soup season!
It’s a Scandinavian tradition called Lördagsgodis and there are more than 30 varieties of candy at the Calgary pick-and-mix.
Where the service industry pros go for good deals and camaraderie on their nights off
Let this list of classic and contemporary Italian spots be your guide to good eating.
These 5 pizza places don't mess with tradition.
The 16 essentials and where to find them here in Calgary.