If your business takes you west of the city, consider lunching at The Bavarian Inn. It has a huge round table perfect for groups of 10 to 12, and chef Josef Wiewer’s modern take on traditional German food is worth the trip.
It only has one round table and it seats six, and it’s the best table in the house. It’s slightly raised so you get a great, almost panoramic view of the kitchen and the rest of the room.
Silver Dragon Restaurant
Serving authentic Cantonese and Sichuan dishes in the large, spacious dining room, there are plenty of large, round tables that easily accommodate groups of varying sizes.
106 3 Ave. S.E., 403-264-5326
U & Me Restaurant
Dim sum makes for an interactive and always lively group lunch, and U & Me serves some of the best in the city. Ask for the big round table in the back for extra privacy – it seats about 10.
223 Centre St. S.W., 403-264-5988
The Beringer Room is a semi-private round room with a table that seats up to 12 people. The setting is elegant and contemporary, suitable for celebrations or lunch meetings to discuss important deals.