Have one a day and support local charities until Negroni Week ends on June 7.
The only thing better than a decadent (and slightly boozy) meal is having a big, comfy bed for the night just an elevator ride away.
This Inglewood watering hole melds innovative libations with a storied past, including this one that is an ode to Alberta's Spanish past.
You don't have to brave the Red Mile to find a great place to watch the Calgary Flames take on the Anaheim Ducks.
They are made in limited quantities and worth the hunt.
If you're interested in tasting creative cocktails and learning all about spirits, you won't want to miss this booze-tastic event this weekend.
A mason jar of booze makes for a memorable night at Black Pig Bistro in Bridgeland.
Wildly misunderstood and underappreciated, this is what you need to know about sherry.
The original mixed drink is back, just in time for summer.
This big, bright hotspot is fast becoming a favourite for fans of oysters, seafood and having a great time.
How chefs and bartenders are working together to create synergistic flavour pairings and boost our culinary consciousness.
This light, crisp white makes a stylish dinner companion.
The number one whisky retailer is a British shop that began in 1698, which makes a second place finish for the Calgary store all the more impressive. We can thank Andrew Ferguson and Alberta liquor laws.
Head west for a Bison In the Hills, a cold and bold cocktail at the seasonal Ice Lounge.
The wines of Italy conjure up classic images of love and romance. We have three Calgary restaurant pairings and six bottles you can buy to enjoy at home.
Champagnes from small growers are terroir-driven alternatives to big-name brands.
This is just a sample of what is available at restaurants and cafes through the month of February for the Meals on Wheels fundraiser.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you shouldn’t drink and dine alfresco.