A closer look at two local producers, one old and one new, putting out high-quality spirits for your bar cart.
Blocked off from the street by wooden fences, walls and cast iron boiler doors, these patios offer some privacy while you eat.
Cocktails, tacos and popcorn are all cheap and cheerful patio snacks that won't break the bank.
Coffee is a drink best served cold, at least on a hot summer day.
Nile Supermarket on International Avenue is a one-stop shop for hard-to-find items.
House-made tonics, slushy add-ins and an option that comes in a can — these Calgary restaurants put their own twist on the classic G & T.
From Kansas City-style to spicy vinegar, you may find bottles of these sauces on the table at your favourite barbecue joint.
Not all shawarma is created equal.
Where to go for barbecued meat that’s been cooked for hours in a wood-burning smoker
All this and more in our bi-monthly round-up of Calgary restaurant openings, food news and events.
When it comes to Southern barbecue, smoked meat is always the star of the show. But these standout sides will add a little zip to your platter.
All of these breweries are approximately two hours or less from Calgary.
If you're going to be out late, you're going to want to be at one of these patios.
Order dynamite rolls and sashimi from a tablet, then watch as it’s delivered to you on a bullet train at this new Japanese sushi bar.
Tips on what to pack your picnic in, how to book a space for a picnic party and more.
Diners were treated to an exclusive, four-course summer barbecue inspired meal at one of Calgary’s 25 best restaurants.