3 New Calgary Restaurants in Mission

Calgary’s Mission neighbourhood is now home to three new spots where you can fill up on burgers, pasta or fried chicken.

Class Clown Hamburgers

Located in Burger Inn’s former location, this new hamburger joint beckons with its ’80s-style decor and tasty eats featuring Alberta beef and brisket that’s ground-in-house daily. The sizeable burger creations come in flavours like Donald McRonald (with two patties, American cheese, mustard, ketchup, onion and pickles) and Hot Diggity Tonk (with two patties, cheddar, jalapeños, grilled onion, barbecue sauce and bacon). There are also a few chicken or fish burgers, as well as snacks like Nashville hot corn dogs and super fries.

106, 1711 4 St. S.W., classclown.ca


My Little Italia

Satisfy your Italian food cravings at the newly opened My Little Italia in Mission. Specializing in handmade pasta, the restaurant offers a casual and welcoming space to tuck into dishes of brown sage butter gnocchi, spinach ricotta ravioli, seafood tomato pescatore and more. There are also a few mains like the prawn bisque risotto and vitello mushroom marsala.

2015 4 St. S.W., 587-356-1408, mylittleitalia.com


Seoul Fried Chicken

Edmonton-based Seoul Fried Chicken has made its way to Calgary with a new location in Mission. The crunchy fried chicken comes in seven flavours, with options ranging from a Korean spicy barbecue sauce to cheesy ranch with grated grana padano cheese and parsley. The chicken comes in 10- or 20-piece boxes, or you can opt for a chicken set that comes with either three or five pieces of chicken, a salad and/or side and a drink. While the team is still renovating the restaurant interior, the food is available for takeaway or to enjoy on its patio.

7, 2100 4 St. S.W., 403-453-0822, seoulfried.com

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