Salt & Brick | Calgary’s Best New Restaurants 2024

At Salt & Brick, the chefs come up with a “fresh sheet” menu every week to keep themselves — and guests — on their toes.

Salt & Brick. Photo by Chris Landry.

When it Opened
November 2023

Who’s Behind it
Co-owner Casey Greabeiel, Executive chef Dave Bohati, Chef de Cuisine Alejandro Buzzalino, Managing Partner Dallas Tambeau, Bar Manager and Curator of Charlie’s Matthew Eagle.

Why We Love it Already
Big and bold, Salt & Brick boasts a slick 100-seat dining room (140 seats in total, broken up into small sections, including a vibrant chef’s bar in front of the open kitchen) and an equally formidable sense of bravado. Creativity and seasonality rule here, with the chefs coming up with a “fresh sheet” menu every week to keep themselves — and guests — on their toes. While specific dishes change constantly, diners can expect intense and impeccably composed flavours, with playful references to Asian, Mediterranean and South American fare. Add in fresh raw bar selections, a semi-secret speakeasy cocktail bar, and a beverage list that pays tribute to the restaurant’s original Kelowna location with its strong selection of Okanagan wines, and you’ve got a gutsy restaurant that has come out swinging.

211 10 Ave. S.W., saltandbrick.ca, @saltandbrickyyc

 

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This article appears in the March 2024 issue of Avenue Calgary.

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