The biggest complaint Calgarians tend to have about local restaurants is the lack of interesting independent spots outside of the inner city or restaurant-rich neighbourhoods like Falconridge or International Avenue. Current food trends tell us that the best eating is local eating, but when suburban commercial areas are packed with big chains that source food from national suppliers, the “eat local” movement becomes inaccessible to a whole lot of people. Things have gotten better over the years with smart entrepreneurs and new locations of much-loved downtown restaurants spreading to the four corners of the city, but there’s always room for more places to attract discerning suburban food lovers who want to stick close to home. Read More
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Chorney-Booth: Tomahawk Kitchen and Bar gives the south end of the city a taste of local luxury

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