Starbelly dishes up a porcine pleasure that's brined for 24 hours and then marinaded for 24 hours.
Calcutta Cricket Club Serves Bengali Cuisine in a Space That Looks Like a 1960s Social Club Meets The Golden Girls
The new Indian restaurant opened on 17 Avenue S.W. this July.
Taiwan-based Presotea Opens, Calgary Gets a New European Market and Heritage Park Introduces a Dinner Series
All this and more in our bi-monthly round-up of Calgary restaurant openings, food news and events.
Thursday is National Fried Chicken Day, but, really, any day is a good day for chicken, especially if comes covered in sauce or in a bucket. Here's where to get it.
Seed N Salt opens in Mission, Calgary's first cat cafe opens in Kensington and Lukes Drug Mart is serving soft serve ice cream for the first time in around 50 years.
Frozen treats are delightful any time of year, but they do taste best when the weather is hot and the sun is shining.
Toast Canada 150 with food, drinks and friends at these outdoor spots.
Meat & Bread Comes to Calgary, a Meatball Restaurant Opens in Kensington and River Cafe Has Picnic Basket Meals Again
All this and more in our bi-monthly round-up of new restaurants and local food news in Calgary.
It opened in the Beltline in March. Get the fresh wasabi.
One day a week, these restaurants offer great deals on food and/or drinks throughout the entire day and evening.
Even though you’re still wearing your hiking clothes, you can still unwind with a drink and a snack after a day of hiking at one of these patios.
It’s summertime and the eating is easy. Cheapness may be in the wallet of the beholder — and some of these suggestions may seem more on the side of “affordable luxury” than “cheap eat” — but rest assured, all of our picks deliver big taste for great value.
It's our roundup of what is happening in Calgary's food scene.
It's the first annual festival and it is all about helping to create a food scene in the neighbourhood that is packed with places to eat and drink.
There's plenty to look forward to this patio season.
Stainless steel drinking bowls shaped like Champagne glasses, custom-made dog beds and baked-in-house treats —here’s everything you need to know about the newest dog-friendly patios in town.
The great views, romantic vibes, delicious brunch fare and other endearing qualities make these patios well-worth revisiting.
When it comes to choosing where to eat, don’t just settle for “whatever.” Head to one of these teen-pleasing spots instead.
When we say Kensington, we mean we’re counting all the patios along Kensington Road N.W. between 14th Street and 10th Street N.W., and all the patios on 10th Street N.W. from Memorial Drive up to 3rd Avenue N.W.
Formerly Ox and Angela, this recently re-vamped 17th Avenue Spanish hotspot features tapas, paella, a great sherry selection and more.