Eat and Drink

Calgary Stampede is fast-approaching and if there's one Stampede tradition that's guaranteed to get your mouth watering, it's the Stampede Breakfast.

You'll be able to get pancakes, sausages and all the fixings all over the city throughout the 10-day event which is on from July 8 to 17. Best of all, some of the events are completely free.

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If you ever need an excuse to eat ice cream every day, there's a pretty sweet reason to now. The YYC Scoop Fest is coming to Calgary and the event is raising money for Calgary Meals On Wheels. Plus, there are some wild new flavours in town.

The festival – which is by the same team as the YYC Hot Chocolate Fest – is set to take place from June 25 until July 3, and you'll be able to try specially created ice cream treats from some of the city's best spots.

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Whether you’re talking about your belly or your ride, fuelling up is important — especially now that it's summer and you're heading on some much-needed adventures.

It’s a time when things like relaxing and exploring should be on your mind, instead of tiresome worries about how much it’ll cost to fill up your car.

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Taco Tuesdays are great and all, but who said you should only indulge once a week? Tacos can (and should) be enjoyed any day because, well, they're delicious. As restaurateur Jay MacRaild says: "Free the taco!"

Narcity caught up with MacRaild to talk about this iconic Mexican dish. As a lover of "everything tacos and tequila," he opened Calgary's Añejo Restaurant back in 2012 with "a simple wish to bring a small slice of the magic of Mexico to Calgary."

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Calgary has a bustling food scene but if you only have one night in the city, it's hard to know where to go.

A Reddit user was faced with that exact problem and started a thread to find local's go-to spots in the city. Luckily people came through and shared some tasty must-try spots.

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Locals know that Calgary's food scene is a force to be reckoned with and now the rest of the country seems to be getting it too.

Canada's 100 Best just dropped their 2022 list of the best new restaurants in the country and for the first time ever, a Calgary restaurant has taken the top spot.

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A big fan of OnlyFans? If so, you might want to run down to this Calgary pop-up restaurant that's offering local OnlyFans creators a free burrito.

In an Instagram post, Add More Fries said OnlyFans creators in Calgary could get one of their Californian-style burritos on the house in an offer running until June 10.

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There isn't much that beats a huge bowl of ramen, and Calgary is lucky enough to have a ton of really unique spots serving up amazing dishes. However, if you're looking to try some of the city's best spots, this is your cue.

One Redditor took to the site to ask Calgarians about their favourite ramen spots in the city, especially ones dishing out a variety of broth options, and people really came through with the responses.

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As summer approaches, tracking down the best patios to soak up the sun becomes a real priority. Thankfully, there is a list of Alberta restaurants that have been named some of the best in Canada for outdoor dining.

According to OpenTable, 15 Alberta spots have the best patios in the province and are actually in the top 100 for the whole of Canada according to guests. OpenTable analyzed customer data from across Canada and found these places were the most popular with guests for their patios.

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Calgary Stampede 2022 is right around the corner, and each year a huge highlight is hitting the midway to sample all the delicious food on offer. If you've been waiting in anticipation to see what the new Stampede snacks are going to be, you won't be disappointed.

The Calgary Stampede will be back for 2022 from July 8 to 17, and as always, food will play a huge part. You'll be able to try everything from the delicious to the downright weird and try a new food truck every day during the 10-day celebration.

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Alberta has a bustling food scene with a ton of incredible restaurants, but if you're hosting people from out of town, which spots would you be desperate to show them?

Someone took to Reddit to ask that very question, and Albertans really came through with some of their favourite restaurant recommendations. From delicious food to patios with incredible views, these restaurants are a must-see for anyone new to the province.

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For a small city, Calgary has a bustling foodie scene and there are a ton of amazing restaurants to try. But sometimes it can be hard to choose where to go.

Luckily Reddit users came through with the goods. In a recent post, a Reddit user asked Calgarians to recommend the best restaurants in the city with great food and service and a good atmosphere and people were quick to share their favourite spots.

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