You might be surprised to discover how quick, convenient and fun it is to navigate to multiple dining destinations on two wheels.
Treat your guests to cappuccinos, lattes or even coffee cocktails at your wedding reception.
Blocked off from the street by wooden fences, walls and cast iron boiler doors, these patios offer some privacy while you eat.
Don't skip the peppered lime slice to garnish this daiquiri.
The pink and green colour palette would make Wes Anderson proud.
These restaurants will make you want to skip right to the sweet stuff.
A Fallout Shelter-Themed Bar Opens in the Beltline, Pie Junkie Opens in Kensington and BBQ on the Bow Returns
All this and more in our bi-monthly round-up of local restaurant openings, food news and events.
At upscale-casual restaurants like Chop and Earls, menu planning is less whimsical and more the result of consistent execution.
Last Best, Big Rock, Common Crown and Hell's Basement all created beer that uses heritage barley.
The market will have more than two dozen vendors, including restaurants serving Asian street-food inspired dishes for $2 to $6.
How traditionalists find inspiration in classic techniques.
With free rein in the kitchen, chefs become culinary innovators, finding inspiration in everything from global cuisines to hyper-local ingredients.
How chefs embrace global flavours, local ingredients, exacting techniques, rule-breaking innovation, creative collaboration and collegial relationships as inspiration in the kitchen.
Our suggestions for how to use your sampling tickets if you like meats or sweets or want to sample from the cuisines of the world.
The new food festival takes place August 11 to 20 and includes prix fixe meals for $15, $25 or $35 at 13 Calgary restaurants.
Formerly Ox and Angela, this Spanish bar and restaurant is still tapas-driven but everything else has been totally overhauled.