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.
That’s right, all of them. We’ve listed the patios starting at 1st Street S.W. and ending at 14th Street S.W. There’s a lot of them — and we’re not even counting those patios around the corner from the main road.
It's our roundup of new things in Calgary's food scene.
Plus, there's a tiki party at Azuridge Estate Hotel, new menus at Starbelly and YYC Fiesta is happening. It's our food news roundup.
Dare we call these Sunday drinking and dining deals holy happy hours?
Oxbow Brings Waffle-and-Fried-Egg Sandwiches, Caesar with a Jerky Garnish and a Stocked Bar for Après Work Drinks to Kensington
The new restaurant in the Kensington Riverside Inn has been redesigned and features a new menu to reflect its more casual decor.
Show her how much you appreciate everything she’s done with a tasty morning meal.
The annual Canmore food and drink festival runs May 3 until May 14 this year. If you’re not sure how to tackle the 12-day event, we’ve created various itineraries to help you make the most of it.
It's the latest restaurant from chef Guiseppe Di Gennaro.
When it comes to game meats, chefs are known to play with seasonal flavours and ingredients and, occasionally, with the meats they are offering on the menu that month. Here are some of the top spots in and around Calgary for diners on the hunt for game dishes with big flavours.
A poutine with waffle chunks and fried chicken, a poutine with beer-battered cheese curds and a poutine that’s basically one of the best Ukrainian dishes ever can all be sampled during this year’s Calgary Poutine Week.
The Beltliner Offers Perogies as a Caesar Garnish, a Coffee Shop/Pharmacy Opens in Mission and Food Truck Frenzy is Coming
It's our Calgary food news roundup of new restaurants, events and deals
Get poke bowls, sushi burritos and poke hot dogs.