Here are five things we want to eat and drink in Calgary this April.
Everything you needed to know about Chinese food in Calgary, from the stories behind different Chinese cuisines to where to eat it.
Five blocks of Calgary's most prime patio territory.
Visit these three patios if you're looking for a Bulldog, a big batch of sangria or two litres of beer in a boot.
These three restaurants have patios that offer impressive views of parks or the city. Or, in the case of River Café, a little bit of both.
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.
The great views, romantic vibes, delicious brunch fare and other endearing qualities make these patios well-worth revisiting.
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.
Every month, members will learn how to make a new cocktail using the ingredients supplied in their box. Check out what's in the first box here.
The respected gourmet and foodie’s foodie has travelled the world on culinary adventures, though she still has love for what’s cooking in kitchens on the local scene.
Head to this popular lunch spot to buy olives, Arabic coffee and pitas or to eat meat pies and sweet desserts.
Order a scoop of salted caramel, blackberry lavender or pistachio ice cream. Or, opt for some waffles at this nostalgia-inducing shop.
All this and more in our bi-monthly round-up of Calgary restaurant openings, food news and events.
Celebrate Easter with weekend brunch or a Mad Hatter Afternoon tea.
The 66 best brews of 2018 in categories including patio beers, IPA, stout and sessionable beers. Plus, the Alberta Brewery of the Year.
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