Vendome, Calgary
Jul12

Vendome, Calgary

Celebrate Food Day Canada by checking out the recently renovated and re-opened Vendome in vibrant Sunnyside, Calgary! From drinks on the west facing patio to delicious coffees, Vendome has the perfect fix for your summer cravings. Always a Calgary brunch staple, Vendome’s new expanded menu features a lot more than just eggs, sharable snacks as well as larger offerings are sure to satisfy. Growing what they can from greens to veggies,...

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Teatro, Calgary
Jul06

Teatro, Calgary

When Chef Matthew Batey took on the position of Corporate Executive Chef of the well-established Teatro Group  in Calgary, we knew things would take a really quick turn towards local ingredients. For all his career he’s recognized how important they are to any restaurant he’s worked in or brigade he’s led.  The legacy he’s leaving is significant.   The Teatro Group is the umbrella of a number of well-recognized...

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Alforno, Calgary
Jun27

Alforno, Calgary

Alforno is both an Italian ‘pasticceria’ and upscale casual restaurant. Located in one of the most vibrant neighbourhoods in downtown Calgary, Alforno is a stone’s throw away from the Bow River pathway in Eau Claire. Originally conceived as the in-house bakery to provide fresh artisan bread and pastries to all of the Teatro Group properties, Alforno has grown and now serves brunch, lunch, dinner and grab & go in addition to the...

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Oxbow @ Hotel Arts Kensington, Calgary
Jun02

Oxbow @ Hotel Arts Kensington, Calgary

On the banks of Calgary’s meandering Bow River, the elegant boutique Hotel Arts Kensington exudes the motto of Relais et Chateaux…comfort, calm and best of all in my books, cuisine. Their new restaurant, Oxbow, fits that respected organization with Canadian members like Langdon Hall, Manoir Hovey  The Wickaninnish and Sonora Resort but it also fits the feisty, progressive city of Calgary perfectly. For Food Day Canada...

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Foreign Concept, Calgary
Apr27

Foreign Concept, Calgary

Few restaurants in Calgary were so anticipated at Foreign Concept. The brain child of Duncan Ly, the feisty chef who struck out on his own after a highly successful stint at Hotel Arts, Foreign Concept burst onto the scene with Chef Jinhee Lee at the helm and Michael Nop. She promptly entered Gold Medal Plates, won the Calgary competition then went on to win the Canadian Culinary Championships in Kelowna. Suffice it to say, this young...

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