5 new bars and restaurants in Calgary you should try this long weekend
You’ve got three full, long, hot days ahead of you YYC, why not eat your way through it?! To be honest, that’s probably what we’ll be doing. This city is always blessing us with new spots to take our tastebuds for a spin, and for that, we are forever grateful. This month has been no exception! Here are 5 new bars and restaurants in Calgary you should definitely try this long weekend!
Frech-inspired Soleil Bistro and Bar offers lunch, dinner and has an out-of-this-world breakfast menu, so you’re good to go pretty much any time of the day! Here you’ll find familiar large plates and handhelds, and cocktails that burn blue. Cheers to the freaking weekend!
Where: 612 – 5 Street SE, Calgary
Pizza is on the horizon, and pasta is in the cards this weekend! After weeks of anticipation, Annabelle’s is finally open, making it one restaurant easier to eat through our 2020 feelings. You’ll find this tasty spot where Blink used to be on Stephen Ave, right between Klein / Harris and Original Joes. We hope you’re hungry folks!
Where: 111 8 Ave SW, Calgary
Grab a stack of napkins and fork up. This veggie-centric resto has made a killing in places like Edmonton, St. Alberta, and Kelowna, and now they’re here! At KB&Co, everything is locally sourced, organic, and will nourish your body and soul. The entire menu is free of meat, dairy, egg, and soy products, meaning it’s just as accommodating as it is tasty looking!
Where: 926 16 Ave. SW, Calgary
West coast style burgers and fries? Don’t mind if we do! Known for their old school hand-scooped milkshakes, and secret Triple “O” Sauce, these guys have become a massive hit around the world. Now they’re in here, willing and ready to take over the fast-food scene.
Where: 5315 Dufferin Blvd SE, Calgary
You’re going to need somewhere to watch the game this Saturday! Scuba Jay’s has been incredibly well-received since opening in the space left behind by Midtown Kitchen earlier this month. Their menu is forward, their drinks are cold, and they’ve taken full advantage of that big beautiful Kensignton patio, so you should too!
Where: 302 10th St NW
There you have it, folks. 5 new restaurants in Calgary that we think you should all try over the long weekend! You can thank us later, for now – just enjoy! Have a good one out there, YYC!