Coffee Soft Serve, Black Gold Hot Chocolate and Malasadas
These are some of the dishes on our radar to eat this month.
When it comes to dining out in February, we're all about carbs and hot drinks to get us through winter and sharing plates with a special Valentine. Here are five dishes we're excited to try this month.
We're ready to ditch our New Year's resolutions for a day and go to Crossroads Market for these doughnuts at Eats of Asia. They're just $2, but they run out quickly so go early. The flavours are always changing and unique fillings have included ube (purple yam) and lilikoi (a kind of passionfruit).
1235 26 Ave. S.E., 403-801-9453, eatsofasia.com
YYC Hot Chocolate Fest runs until February 28 and this one is just too pretty to pass up. Light Cellar's creation is made with cacao butter, tumeric extract and activated charcoal (which has detoxifying health benefits).
6326 Bowness Rd. N.W., 403-453-1343, thelightcellar.ca
If you couldn't get enough of the charcoal soft serve at Lukes, a new coffee flavour just launched. It's made with milk from D Dutchmen Dairy, a popular dairy farm and roadside attraction located in Sicamous, B.C.
112 4 St. N.E., 403-266-4142, lukesdrugmart.com
Make like Lady and the Tramp on Valentine's Day and share some good, old fashioned spaghetti and meat balls. Prohibition Freehouse lets you build your own with your choice of meat, noodles and sauce. Pork meatballs, spaghetti noodles and tomato sauce is a comforting classic.
1153 Kensington Cres. N.W., 403-452-8549, prohobar.com
Eating broccoli is way more appealing when it's covered in Grana Padano parmesan cheese and jalapeño mayo. We may never eat steamed broccoli again.
529 17 Ave. S.W., 403-719-0079, runpigrun.ca