Our annual rankings of the best places to eat in the city.
The big markets, the small markets and the out-of-town markets to visit if you're looking for fresh, local products
Chicken on the Way turns 57 this weekend and there’s going to be a kind of celebration.
Village Flatbread names its flatbreads, sandwiches, salads and drinks after some of Calgary’s most self-contained, sustainable and community-oriented neighbourhoods. Here’s how it works.
This quick and cheerful Thai restaurant offers exceptionally good value and big, fresh flavours.
Earls helps rehabilitate a cocktail outcast.
Looking for something more ethnically diverse to go with your Americano?
How it came to be and what you need to make your own.
These patios have water bowls, mats and even "puppaccinos” for your pooch.
Summer is slipping away so why not chase it with one of these fine season-appropriate beers before it's too late?
Sink your locavore teeth into these superstar cheeses, all produced close to Calgary.
These upscale casual spots that are quick and convenient offer some great dishes. Here are our favourites.
Because sometimes you want sunshine and something sweet.
It can get hectic at this eating festival. Best to go in with a game plan.
Two local restaurants are vying for a spot on enRoute magazine's list of best new restaurants in Canada, so if you love the Nash and Pigeonhole, vote for them online.
On August 22 and 23 Alberta farms host open houses, multi-course meals and luxury bus tours to give us a taste of where our food comes from.
Cocktails are the name of the game at Proof, but the small bites are fighting for your attention too.
From a quick drink on your way to work to places where you can sit down, sip and watch the world go round, here’s where to go for your joe.