Acres of awesomeness, including a bakery, bistro and bar, public market and active learning centre with giant spiders and pears.
There is no easier way to entertain than the backyard barbecue. Throw almost anything on the grill, chill some beer and let the good times roll. Up your game a bit with these Canadiana-inspired accessories and some local treats.
If you're planning an outdoor party that's a little more upscale, choose melamine plates, acrylic cups and regular linens.
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.
Five blocks of Calgary's most prime patio territory.
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.
A black and silver colour scheme will give your patio or balcony an easy shot of glamour.
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.
Whether your guests are young, or just young at heart, turn on the patio lights, turn up the tunes and host a backyard party.
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.
What you need to know to make the most of patios in Calgary.