Whether it’s just a nibble, something to share, or an indulgent treat for yourself to enjoy, Calgary is home to some pretty tasty finds unlike any other city has to offer.
If you love a home-cooked meal but the idea of the prep exhausts you, you’ll want to let these restaurants take care of the dirty work!
Over the past year, a few new businesses have emerged through the pandemic… Whereas some are still in deep hibernation awaiting the health of our city to restore.
Whether it’s the first thing you look for when you wake or a cozy location for a late date, Calgary is home to a number of creative, award-winning and socially conscious coffeeshops, cafés and roasters.
From delicious candy to homemade doughnuts and as-seen-on-tv cakes, get all the latest treats and sweets delivered to your door.
Looking for the best burger in the city? Discover the classics, and our favourite hidden gems!
Fine dining restaurants are usually recognized for their expertly prepared savoury entrees, professional service and well-curated wine lists. Save room for dessert at Calgary's elegant restaurants.
In recent years vegetarian restaurants have sprung up all over the place and as for menu choices, the sky is the limit. Fortunately, Calgary’s culinary scene is no exception.
When they were 19, Lexx Ambrose decided they wanted to be a chef. Now, Ambrose is a freelance vegan chef with their own company Plant Plate.
Whether you have just returned from that romantic trip in France, have a sweet-tooth craving, are feeling blue from the autumn rain or just want to explore what the different European tastes have to offer, these suggestions for European-style bakeries (and more) will satisfy your pastry needs.
Heavy, humid air greets you like a wall when walking through the threshold of Deepwater Farms’ industrial warehouse — but it’s a comforting barrier, much like walking into a warm hotel lobby after a long, cold day’s travel.
Calgary absolutely loves its craft beer, as evidenced by the more than 30 breweries operating in the city. Many bars and restaurants proudly carry local brews, but sometimes you want to go straight to the source — and have a bite to eat while you’re there.