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.
These are the local spirits that Calgary bartenders are excited about right now.
Drink it in slushy form, on the rocks, in a fish bowl or a pitcher, or with an upside-down beer. Plus, we tell you when to drink them on special or during happy hour.
Ditch work midday to sit on a patio and get a deal. It doesn't get much better.
The night featured an exclusive five-course dinner at Alloy, which has been named one of Calgary's top restaurants for several years.
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Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Flower & Wolf also has a weekday happy hour featuring select cocktails for $6.
Whether you're planning a first date or a special anniversary, these romantic patios are winners.
Our suggestions for how to use your sampling tickets if you like meats or sweets, if you are avoiding gluten or are just there to drink.
Step into the restored historic building to enjoy Southern-inspired food daily and live music on weekends.
Think footlong hot dogs, boozy slushies and chocolate-dipped cupcakes.
The bitters, bottled cocktails and micro-batch gins to help you drink local.
As these distillers roll out their vodkas, gins and whiskies, it has brought an infusion of local flavours into Calgary, and with it, a renewed interest for cocktail drinkers in what's going into our tumblers.
We bring you an expansive list of where to drink and eat on the cheap, every day of the week.
Boozy affogatos, espresso milkshakes, ice cream sandwich popsicles — try them all before summer ends.
If you want to talk distilling in Alberta, you’ve got to know your rye and barley.