This new wine-focused restaurant from the owners who also operate Avec Bistro is in the space that was formerly Boxwood.
Las Canarias opens in Lower Mount Royal and Native Tongues Taqueria launches a new brunch menu.
A new microbrewery tasting room opens in Inglewood, Red's Diner opens its third location in Kensington and YYC Hot Chocolate Fest begins with more than 80 drink offerings.
Chef Duncan Ly opens Foreign Concept in the Beltline, Provision opens in Boxwood's former space and a new local online company is delivering grocery orders to downtown homes and workplaces.
This year, Calgary will get its first poke shop, cat café and Simons clothing store.
Whether you're craving French, Italian or Asian cuisine, there are tons of new eateries to try.
You'll find The Guild in the southeast corner of the Hudson's Bay downtown and it's got a meaty menu. Think brisket, bison, burgers and more.
If you're looking for a great new spot to watch a Flames game, head to this restaurant and brewery on 17th Avenue S.W.
Visit this restaurant for classic French dishes such as moules frites, escargot and chicken liver pate.
Rosso Coffee Roasters and Phil & Sebastian open new coffee shop locations, Brasserie Kensington introduces a high tea service and a cocktail bar with a secret entrance is now located in the Devenish Building.
A new brewery celebrates its grand opening in Inglewood, The Mission launches its new winter menu and Plowshare Artisan Diner comes to downtown Calgary.
Chef Duncan Ly's latest venture highlights classic Asian flavours with upscale, modern twists.
Mill Street Brewery opens its first Western Canadian brew pub, more than 20 new eateries open in the new International Terminal at the airport and Mealshare has officially served one million meals.
Mill Street's first Western Canadian brew pub serves a mix of its classic craft brews and some new Calgary-exclusive beers.
Calgary's historic Deane House now features a completely renovated interior and a local, seasonal menu.
A French-inspired patisserie and cafe opens in the Beltline, Janice Beaton opens a new cheese and wine bar and Restaurants for Change gives back on Oct. 19th
The city's newest ice cream shop is serving up Thai rolled ice cream.
A rolled ice cream shop opens in Chinatown, Earls.67 debuts its new two-level glass atrium and Oktobertfest returns to Calgary.
Mango Mania serves up pillowy baos and mango-inspired drinks in Crescent Heights.
The city's second Nando's location opens on 17th Ave. S.W., Village Ice Cream hosts an ice cream bike tour and LunchBoxPass launches in Calgary