Calgary's newest Vietnamese restaurant features dishes that range from street-food inspired to elegant fine dining.
The new Stephen Avenue spot is a partnership of executive chef James Waters and star bartender Christina Mah.
The Unicorn is back on Stephen Avenue in a new location with three floors of good times.
Rotisserie and fried chicken is the name of the game at this new fast-casual spot.
Calgary's newest restaurant reunites a local arts icon with his former home.
The full-service, casual fine dining restaurant is scheduled to open by Easter.
Teatro Group's newest eatery, Alforno opened its doors and has hit the ground running with an impressive array of food.
Seafood, shredded pepperoni and roasted crickets are just some of the pizza toppings available at these new pizzerias.
Update: This restaurant closed April 2017.
Put down your phone and "pass go" at Calgary's first board game café.
Lake Louise Ski Resort now has a full-service sushi restaurant within the Lodge of Ten Peaks.
Calgary's dining scene got even stronger in 2015.
With 40 gins behind the bar and a modern, creative and well-executed food menu, this spot on Stephen Ave. is definitely worth checking out.
It's British food like you're probably never seen it — elegant, contemporary and expertly prepared by a Michelin-starred chef.
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.
It has three locations, 44 seasonal menu items and nutritionists to help you.
Kensington welcomes its newest watering hole, perfect if you like quality cocktails and a speakeasy feel.
Grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup, great value and a casual atmosphere. What's not to love?
This new Beltline taqueria is a welcome addition to Calgary's dining scene, which was screaming out for casual, quality Mexican food.