Enjoy global cuisines from countries such as Tibet, Portugal, Sri Lanka and Uzbekistan.
Bolognese sauce, fresh pizza dough and tiramisu are just a few of the items you'll find at this European grocery store.
Fried chicken and pancakes, Saskatoon berry sourdough pancakes, Ovaltine-chai pancakes — try one of these delicious twists on a classic dish.
This Bowness grocery store carries tons of local products. Add handmade soaps, bread from Corbeaux Bakery and free-range whole chickens and pork sausages to your grocery list.
These are some of the dishes on our radar to eat this month.
Monogram Opens a Coffee Shop in Britannia, There's a New Indian Restaurant in Bridgeland and Three Restaurants Celebrate Birthdays
All this and more in our bi-monthly round-up of Calgary restaurant openings, food news and events.
Treat a loved one (or yourself) to a confection from one of these local chocolate shops.
Revisit this classic restaurant to see how Teatro chef de cuisine Dave Bohati and Teatro Group corporate executive chef Matthew Batey are keeping it vibrant and relevant.
The brunch menu includes Liège Belgian waffles and a forest mushroom fricassee. You can also try the mix of small share plates and more traditionally plated entrees at lunch and dinner.
These six restaurants are known for their delicious takeout and they all offer options you can buy in large portions to take home to your party. Now you just have to decide between Mediterranean, Mexican, Italian and stacks of sandwiches.
This year's drinks include a peach melba hot chocolate, a vanilla pistachio cannoli hot chocolate and a unicorn white hot chocolate.
If you’re having a backyard wedding or are hosting your reception at a community hall, here are some local spots to buy large amounts of beer, wine and spirits for your guests.
These restaurants all have special menus for the day of romance. Make reservations soon.
Tucked into a 900-square-foot space between Una Takeaway and Frenchie Wine Bar, this Roman trattoria-inspired restaurant is a small but mighty addition to Calgary's dining scene.
For those times when you want to go for drinks, but don't necessarily want alcohol in all those drinks.
If you’ve got a craving for perogies, cabbage rolls, garlic sausage or borscht, here’s where to dine-in or take home.