Dine Around Calgary

Friday night’s dinner is a unique choose your own adventure to experience the best Downtown Calgary restaurants have to offer. Each delegate will get 2 x $25 vouchers. The idea is that you make reservations through our Open Table event page and you can try two great restaurants in one evening. Try appies and then a main – or enjoy a main course at one restaurant and then head to another for dessert. Cater your experience to your tastes!

Most, if not all, the restaurants are within walking distance of the Hyatt – so we encourage you to taste what Calgary chefs are cooking in their own kitchens!

The participating restaurants are:

CATCH & THE OYSTER BAR
Chef David Flegel
– Inside Hyatt Hotel
– Comfortable and vibrant atmosphere serving seafood flown in daily

SANDSTONE LOUNGE
Chef David Flegel
– Inside Hyatt Hotel
– Long bar and lounge, casual with lighter fare and appetizers. Full restaurant menu available

CHARCUT ROAST HOUSE
Chefs John Jackson & Connie de Sousa
– Urban rustic cuisine with house butchered meats, homemade preserves and seasonal menus
One block south of Hyatt Hotel

CHARBAR
Chefs John Jackson & Connie de Sousa
– Contemporary Argentinian restaurant with rooftop patio
– Wide range of options from ocean, prairies and local gardens
– 15-minute walk or 4-minute taxi ride

RIVER CAFÉ
Chef Matthias Fong
– Appearance of a Rocky Mountain fishing lodge located on Prince’s Island on the Bow River
– Seasonal Canadian cuisine
– 20-minute walk or 5-minute taxi ride

DEANE HOUSE
Chef Jamie Harling
– Contemporary Canadian cuisine
– Historic house built in 1906 along the Elbow River next to Fort Calgary, where our city began
– 20-minute walk or 5-minute taxi ride

CENTINI
Owners Fabio and Chivonne Centini
– Gourmet Italian and continental European cuisine
– 3-minute walk
 
THE GUILD
Chef Ryan O’Flynn
– The latest restaurant by Oliver and Bonacini
– Nod to the guildhalls of the past
– Honours local beef, game and fowl, utilizing cooking techniques over wood and coal
– 3-minute walk
 
NASH
Chefs Michael Noble and Matthew Batey
– Inventive Canadian cuisine in Inglewood’s Historic National Hotel built in 1907
– 26-minute walk or 6-minute taxi ride
 
NOTABLE
Chef Michael Noble
– Casual gourmet food by Michael Noble
– Huge wood fired rotisserie and grill dominates open kitchen concept
– Canadian cuisine using local ingredients
– 12-minute taxi ride
 
FOREIGN CONCEPT
Chefs Duncan Ly and JinHee Lee
– Flavours from across Asia, using locally sourced ingredients
– 7-minute walk or 3-minute taxi ride
 
SALTLIK STEAK HOUSE
– Casual modern steakhouse
– Across the street from hotel
– Part of the Joey Restaurant Group