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.
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.
These multi-course menus offer a lot of bang for your dining buck.
All you can drink tea with savoury sandwiches, scones and desserts.
A new brewery celebrates its grand opening in Inglewood, The Mission launches its new winter menu and Plowshare Artisan Diner comes to downtown Calgary.
Chef Duncan Ly's latest venture highlights classic Asian flavours with upscale, modern twists.
Get a deal on beer, burgers and more while watching the next hockey game.
Mill Street Brewery opens its first Western Canadian brew pub, more than 20 new eateries open in the new International Terminal at the airport and Mealshare has officially served one million meals.
Duncan Ly knows great Vietnamese food when he tastes it. If you’re looking for tasty pho, beef carpaccio or clay pots, take this prominent chef’s advice.
Why go outside and get cold and wet when you can travel via downtown's indoor walkways to find some excellent food?
We went hunting for some of the city's best food and drink deals. You're going to want to keep all of these on your radar.
Rumours of hauntings persist thanks to this pub’s history as a funeral home.
Mill Street's first Western Canadian brew pub serves a mix of its classic craft brews and some new Calgary-exclusive beers.
Calgary's historic Deane House now features a completely renovated interior and a local, seasonal menu.
This Halloween, why not order up a side of spooky with your main course?
A French-inspired patisserie and cafe opens in the Beltline, Janice Beaton opens a new cheese and wine bar and Restaurants for Change gives back on Oct. 19th
Ever wondered who the Sherm's Ultimate Gripper hot dog was named after at Tubby Dog? Or who the Hutch from the Hutch pizza at Without Papers is? We found out.
Restaurants in our city are looking good. How closely have you been paying attention?