Café & Restaurant

Explore exciting new flavours and support NAIT's chefs, restaurant owners and culinary artisans

Tres Carnales Taqueria

Edgar Gutierrez

The produce is fresh, the meat locally sourced, the atmosphere casual. Expect fast food, says the head cook, but good fast food.

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Tzin Wine and Tapas

Kelsey Danyluk & Corey McGuire

Enjoy your pick of 20 wines served by the glass and fancy snacks (stuffed and fried Manzanilla olives, potato bravas, etc.) and meals (roasted Alberta lamb chops, pan-seared salt cod, etc)

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Ucellino

Daniel Costa

Ucellino, opened right next door in June 2016, is a more casual Italian eatery. Reservations aren't required for half the seats to allow for drop-ins.

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Why Not

Levi Biddlecombe

Features changing menus showcasing seasonal ingredients. Visit their website to see dates for special events, including performances by local musicians, and their brunch club.

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Workshop Eatery

Paul Shufelt

The rustic yet sophisticated menu is seasonally focused, and features, when possible, produce grown onsite at Workshop's location at the Mosaic Centre, Canada's first net-zero office building.

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XIX (Nineteen)

Andrew Fung & Rino Lam

Visit Andrew Fung’s “clubhouse” (XIX, as in 19th hole) for casual but classy dishes inspired equally by Asia and Alberta.

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