On its own, or paired with dessert, this spirit is a fine winter companion.
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.
Tall, dark and cool, The Shaft, like its movie namesake, packs a punch.
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.
Bottles under $20 and biodynamic wines as well as wines from Spain, Chablis and Ontario were all on our list of favourites from our 2016 wine column.
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.
Fill a jug with beer at one of these 21 Calgary growler bars and take it home to drink.
Party season is upon us and these appetizers are guaranteed crowd-pleasers.
Sample the best of this stylish spirit.
These multi-course menus offer a lot of bang for your dining buck.
These drinks may be served cold, but they'll still heat you up — especially if you sip them beside a roaring fire.
Get your fill of baked goods, treats and drinks in flavours like cranberry, gingerbread, eggnog and peppermint during the holidays.
For the first time in nearly 90 years, United Farmers of Alberta is releasing a cookbook. These recipes for glazed beets, spaghetti casserole and flourless chocolate date cake are just three collected from across Alberta.
All you can drink tea with savoury sandwiches, scones and desserts.