5 Things We’re Excited to Eat and Drink This September

This month, we’re excited to try a sake tasting flight, a next-level Caesar, a banana split brownie ice cream pie and more.

Whole Roasted Cauliflower from The Coup

 

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This vegetarian restaurant recently launched a new menu, and among the new dishes to choose from is a whole roasted cauliflower, which would be great for sharing with the table. The cauliflower is decked out in a fig and sherry glaze, tahini, Serrano salsa verde, pecans and sumac.

924 17 Ave. S.W., 403-541-1041, thecoup.ca

 

Meta Caesar from Fleetwood Lounge

 

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Fleetwood Lounge, one of five new eateries at the base of the Oliver apartment complex, takes Caesars to the next level. The Meta Caesar’s house-made Clamato juice comes on the side, showcasing the colourful tomato consommé ice cubes, Worcestershire ice cubes and celery ice balls inside the actual cocktail glass. Guests also get to make three important choices when ordering the Meta Caesar: the spirit (vodka, tequila or gin), the spice (habanero, jalapeño or Tabasco ice) and the rim (pickle, olive, celery or truffle salt). The final touch is a garnish of deli meat and a lime wedge.

524 10 Ave. S.W., 403-261-1969, fleetwoodlounge.com

 

Sake Tasting Flight from Omo Teppan & Kitchen

Omo Teppan & Kitchen offers a fun way to try several different types of sake with its sake tasting flight. The four-shot flight comes with white peach, strawberry, chocolate and yuzu lemon sake for $19 (or $16 on Saturdays). You can also order eight shots for $35.

5222 Macleod Tr. S.W., 403-764-3222, omoyyc.com

 

Banana Split Brownie Ice Cream Pie from Pie Junkie

 

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This dessert brings a few popular sweets together into one tempting dish. Pie Junkie’s signature pie pastry is filled with vanilla ice cream, bananas and chunks of brownie. To finish it off, it’s topped with toasted meringue, mini marshmallows and Smarties.

Multiple locations, piejunkie.ca

 

Kaiseki from Ryuko Japanese Kitchen + Bar

Can’t decide what to order at Ryuko? You can get a taste of nine different menu items for only $55 by ordering the kaiseki box for your next visit to this Japanese restaurant. Pre-orders are required for this box, which can be made in the notes section on Tock.

13200 Macleod Tr., 403-815-1849, ryuko.ca

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