It’s no secret that YYC has a seriously strong cocktail culture–maybe one of the strongest in the country. With a whole whack of hip bespoke cocktail spots and speakeasy-style bars, it’s no wonder Calgary is a destination for those that like to sip and savour the awesome creations of talented bartenders. So taking that into account, it totally makes sense that a Calgary cocktail festival to celebrate this culture was created: Peeled Cocktail Festival.
Brown’s Social House is set to open a new concept – Brown’s Craft House – on the first level of the new 10-floor office tower located at 510 Seymour Street, right on the corner of Seymour and Pender. While signage is already up on the windows and doors of the space, Brown’s Restaurant Group told Daily Hive there will be more info arriving in the coming months – which leads up to believe the restaurant wont be opening until fall at the absolute earliest.
Just when you think your summer couldn’t get any better, Calgary goes ahead and adds another epic foodie event to your warm weather calendar. It comes after Stampede and Folk Fest, so your stomach should be stretched out and ready – which is necessary because Summer Feast sounds like it’s going to be top notch. The brand new 10-day dining event allows patrons to take their pick of any three-course prix fixe lunch or dinner menu ranging from $15-$35 at 13 top restaurants in YYC.
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Selecting a term
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