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This Map Shows The Best Restaurants For Each C-Train Station In Calgary

C-Train Rider's Restaurant Bucketlist

It's no secret that we love food here in Calgary. We have an abundance of delicious restaurants throughout the city and our food scene seems to keep growing larger every year. Honestly, I think every Calgarian foodie is in paradise with all the new openings this year! However, if you're a new Calgarian (or a new foodie), you might not know where to start.

But not to worry, we've come up with this map that will show you some of our favourite Calgary restaurants that are in close proximity to each C-Train station in the city. So, you can essentially go on a C-Train tour through some of Calgary's amazing restaurants. Calgary has so many amazing restaurants, it was so hard to choose our picks, but here are a few that you just need to try:

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Red Line – (From West to East)

Tuscany - The Last Straw Ale House

Crowfoot - Sushi Boat

Dalhousie - Saffron

Brentwood - Kagura Japanese Restaurant

University - Gus's Pizza

Banff Trail - Nick's Steakhouse & Pizza

Lion's Park - Juree's ThaiPlace

SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee - The Highwood

Sunnyside - Flipp'n Burgers

Red Line – (North to South)

Victoria Park/Stampede - La Vita e Bella

Erlton/Stampede - Reader's Garden Cafe

39th Avenue - Sushi Ichiban

Chinook - Double Zero Pizza

Heritage - The Selkirk Grille

Southland - Two-One Bistro

Anderson - Caesar's Steakhouse

Canyon Meadows - Sunshine Vietnamese

Fish Creek - Lacombe - Bow Valley Ranche Restaurant

Shawnessy - Plaka Greek Taverna

Somerset - Bridlewood - The British Chippy Ltd.

Downtown (Green) – (West to East)

Downtown West/Kerby - Masala Mantra

8th St SW - Bonterra Trattoria

7th St SW - Oceana

6th St SW - The Chick Pea

4th St SW - Bocce

3rd St SW - KABUKU

1st St SW - Yellow Door Bistro

Centre St - Charcut

City Hall - Stone Bowl Korean Cuisine

Blue Line – (West to East)

69th St - Viet Hai Restaurant

Sirocco - Bistro Rouge

45th St - Regal Beagle

Westbrook - Himalayan

Shaganappi Point - QEM Inc.

Sunalta - Mikey's Juke Joint & Eatery

Bridgeland/Memorial - Blue Star Diner

Calgary Zoo - The Carmichael

Barlow/Max Bell - King's Restaurant

Blue Line – (North to South)

Saddletowne - Infinity Pizza

Martindale - Punjabi Sweet House

McKnight/Westwinds - Eggs & More

Whitehorn - Shotz Bar & Grill

Rundle - Nando's

Marlborough - Raja Foods

Franklin - Safari Grill

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