6 Eye-Catching Light Fixtures in Calgary Restaurants

The next time you’re at one of these restaurants, be sure to look up to see the cool light fixtures that brighten your dining experience.

Village Brewery

Photo by Chris Landry.

Village Brewery re-launched its new taproom designed by Sarah Ward Interiors in May 2023. Featuring humble materials like concrete and plywood to emulate a hand-crafted feel, the taproom’s focal light fixtures use fluorescent tubes surrounding warm, incandescent bulbs for an industrial vibe.

500 12A St. S.E., 403-243-3327, villagebrewery.com, @villagebrewery



Photo by Chris Landry.

At Orchard, the gorgeous mix of chandeliers hanging from the roof are complemented by dozens of plants weaving in and around them. The result is a luxurious, Instagram-worthy interior.

134, 620 10 Ave. S.W., 403-243-2392, orchardyyc.com, @orchardyyc


Noble Pie

Photo by Chris Landry.

When opening Noble Pie’s brick-and-mortar location, owner Mike Lange had specific lighting in mind. There are four of these stained-glass shades in total, each a bit different from one another and sourced on eBay over a period of months.

720 11 Ave. S.W., noblepiepizza.com, @noblepiepizza



Photo by Chris Landry.

This colourful Bocci chandelier was brought in for Teatro’s 25th anniversary by Teatro Group owner Dario Berloni. It adds a playful presence to the dining room inside the historic Dominion Bank building.

200 8 Ave. S.E., 403-290-1012, teatro.ca, @teatrorestaurant


Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant

Photo by Chris Landry.

Located in the 1890s William Roper Hull house, Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant focuses on Canadian cuisine and heritage. This dining room chandelier made with faux antlers contributes to the ranch-house vibes the restaurant is known for.

15979 Bow Bottom Tr. S.E., 403-476-1310, bvrrestaurant.com, @bowvalleyrancherestaurant


Strip Joint Chicken

Photo by Chris Landry.

Decked out in blues and pinks (with the neon lighting to match), this restaurant was designed by Amanda Hamilton Interior Design with playful nods to ‘90s Memphis culture and the tongue-in-cheek theme.

312 3 St. S.E., 587-349-2449, stripjointchicken.com, @stripjointchicken

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

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