The Block Kitchen + Bar serves some delectable fusion cuisine, and regales patrons with a variety of dishes from around the world. Most dishes at the restaurant are served on a block, a unique element which adds to the establishment's flair. The interiors of the restaurant are tastefully decorated with medium-sized ceiling lamps illuminating the bar area. Stop by this friendly spot and enjoy delicious, healthy food at reasonable prices. Choose from the extensive list of drinks to complete and complement your meal.
Three Ravens restaurant and wine bar is considered to be one of the city's finest restaurants and wine bar located at Banff Centre. The restaurant has a selective mountain view, which is said to be the best in Banff. Executive Chef Sébastien Tessier's own creation gives the restaurant menu a personal touch. Also, you can not miss out on Honey Glazed Local Duck Breast which is especially prepared with carrot and pumpkin seed cornbread, beluga lentils, roasted organic carrots, and carrot puree. Walk in to experience a better than average assortment of wines and give yourself a memorable evening.
The Grapes Wine Bar was originally used as a writing room in the mid 1920s and still retains the quaintness of a bygone era. The Grapes Wine Bar is the place to retreat for a drink or two, where one can sample the variety of Canadian wines paired with cheeses, fruits, fondues and salads. Aside from their specialty wines, The Grapes Wine Bar also serves a full three course meal, appetizers, with sumptuous desserts on view.
Banff Ave. Brewing Co. is a neighborhood pub that is most well known for its local variants of beer. This place has several beers on tap available, some of which include the Banff Ave Blond Ale, Head Smashed Ipa and Czuggers Pilsner. Their food goes well with the beer, and includes dishes such as Spicy Buddha noodles, Loco Moco, in addition to a menu for kids.
Nestled in the pristine setting of the Rockies, La Terrazza or the Terrace Dining Room serves an Italian menu with a contemporary Canadian twist. Soft-glowing lights and skylight interiors enhance the ambiance, and you can dine whilst enjoying spectacular views of Sulphur Mountain and Mount Norquay through the glass windows. A cocktail corner near the fireplace provides a welcome buzz, while the array of delicious desserts perfectly bookend a fine dining experience.
The fascinating view of the mountains and sunrise, leaves the visitors totally spellbound. The Lookout Patio is open only for summers and not only that it offers you delicious food but also a lovely stay option. There is no compromise with the quality of service and taste here because the spices and condiments used for a dish are grown right here in their castle area. The contemporary setting of chairs and tables earn extra brownie points and make it the best option to be when in Banff National Park.
Nestled in the downtown area of the city of Canmore, the Communitea Cafe is a local cafe that welcomes one and all. The idea is provide a comfortable and relaxing place, where you can meet up with friends or even with your business clients over a cup of coffee. However, there is more to this cafe than a few coffee brews; it serves excellent food menu featuring tasty wraps, sandwiches and salads. It even offers a kids menu and accommodates vegan and gluten-free dietary requests. This casual establishment hosts live music concerts too on a regular basis. Call ahead for more details.
Divas, is an exclusive martini lounge that boasts of a fantastic wall, that display pictures, of some of Hollywood's celebrated female artists. The wooden furniture and the elegant ceiling lamp shades gives the ambiance of Divas a touch of class and sophistication. Step into this inspiring lounge for their extensive bar menu and specialty cocktails, on weekends and on special occasions. The operating hours of the lounge are not fixed and keep changing as per the season.
The Balkan is one of a few representatives of a culinary genre that is rare in the Canadian west; garlic and olive oil spiced Greek dining. While far from the rustling orchards and soft breezes of the Mediterranean, this Hellenic spot still manages to serve up a mean platter of kalamari and keftethes. Colorful Mediterranean paintings and marble busts are interspersed with clambering, tangled vines. The 20 or so tables fill up quickly around suppertime, so it's a good idea to reserve.