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.
These restaurants all have special menus for the day of romance. Make reservations soon.
A hot chocolate inspired by a vintage board game, another that has a doughnut and Pop Rocks, and another that is really Christmas-y are just a few of the hot chocolates to sample this year.
Why choose between coffee, wine or beer when you can have all three at these local cafes.
These restaurants go beyond the standard chicken fingers and fries to also include salmon, Vietnamese Pho, mini pizza and more.
Roast chicken, chicken wings, karaage chicken — Nicole Gomes, Cluck N Cleaver’s Chief Chicken Officer, loves it all and shares where she goes to eat them in Calgary.
This limited-edition sundae is chocolate-y and cinnamon-y and a little bit spicy. And it only costs $6.
This 5th annual chef collaboration dinner at Model Milk features renowned chefs from around the world cooking each others' signature dishes to benefit Brown Bagging for Calgary's Kids.
Sample the very best food that Banff has to offer at this five-day culinary event.
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.
Will 2017 be the year you finally eat more vegetables, or support local producers, or be more social? We have restaurant recommendations that will help you keep all of those resolutions.
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.
Whether you're looking for somewhere to eat breakfast, a great bowl of noodles or where to find the best steak in town, here are all the best places you should go to eat.
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.
These multi-course menus offer a lot of bang for your dining buck.
All you can drink tea with savoury sandwiches, scones and desserts.