Diners rave about the crab cakes, bone marrow, lobster bisque and steaks, and are invariably impressed by the way Chartrand's Cree heritage is expressed through the ingredients and preparation.
Solstice changes its offerings seasonally, complementing them with herbs grown on site. The menu is relatively short, but rich with variety: bison, rabbit, lamb, arctic char
The Common offers pub food defined by creativity and quality. Share classics like mussels and fries or try an old favourite with a twist, like the honey basil pear grilled cheese.
Enjoy a menu featuring house-smoked bacon sandwiches, poutine, tacos and more.
This French-inspired bistro focuses on braising, roasting and grilling dishes to bring out flavour, and features fresh Alberta ingredients and a downtown vibe.
Locavores will delight in lamb, pork, quail and fresh veg served with flavour and flair
The produce is fresh, the meat locally sourced, the atmosphere casual. Expect fast food, says the head cook, but good fast food.
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)
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.
Savour a late night of wine, handmade pasta and wood fired pizza or drop in for weekend brunch and watch the chefs prepare your meal in their open-concept kitchen.
Wishbone showcases Brayden Kozak’s twist on a surf and turf menu. Enjoy the lunch and dinner menus or slip in for their late night service
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.
No meat, no cheese, no problem
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