Tucked away on a quaint street in the Old Port is Bocata Restaurant (Bar A Vin), a tapas wine bar owned by Roberto Barroco – who also owns Barroco right next door. Bocata is a venue of intamacy, with only...
You all know by now how we feel about restaurants that celebrate local products, right? One of the most notable in Montreal is DNA Restaurant, a collaborative vision between owners Derek and Alex (ahem, DNA?) and their passion for Canadian products.
The Food Networkâ€™s Wild Chef, Martin Picard, knows his pig. Known for his, go figure, wild and rustic cooking, Martin Picard has created a dining experience in Au Pied De Cochon unlike any other in the city of Montreal.
Cravings Market Restaurant wants to be the place where the hungry people of Calgary go for lunch every day. Whether youâ€™ve got time to sit down and eat, or just want something to take with you, there are plenty of options that are sure to satisfy.
A relative newcomer to the Calgary dining scene, Charcut Roast House has made a big impact quickly. Charcut gained recognition after their Co-Executive Chef and Co-Owner Connie DeSousa became a contestant on Top Chef Canada.
Brava Bistro is home to some of Calgary's now-favourite dishes, like the Lebanese Chopped Salad and Lobster Poutine. Inside this eatery, you'll find casual fusion cuisine varied enough to satisfy every tastebud.
There's no denying it: Calgary diners love Italian food. With the pantheon of choices, deciding where to dine can be a daunting task. But if your standard answer when it comes to finding a choice restaurant is wherever has the best patio, you'll likely do well heading over to Bonterra. Hidden behind a rather plain building on 8th Street, their secret garden patio is one of the city's best.
If youâ€™re looking for a Calgary restaurant that will suit any occasion, look no further than Alloy. The menu alone speaks to the owners' love and passion for the place. Alloy restaurant's retro-stylish interior is in stark contrast to the industrial neighbourhood where it resides, which makes stopping in seem like you've found a hidden treasure.