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Food & Drink

Food & Drink (Family Fun Calgary)

Family-friendly restaurants in Calgary, food festivals, and events and fine dining for all.

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YYC Summer Scoop Fest — Stay Cool and Support Meals on Wheels!

We have the YYC Hot Chocolate Fest in the winter, and now we have the YYC Summer Scoop Fest, supporting Meals on Wheels! The YYC Summer Scoop Fest is an ice cream festival to enjoy. A portion of the proceeds from every scoop will go to Calgary Meals on Wheels,
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Asylum for Art – Brunch Events

Head to Asylum for Art on weekends for brunch and live music at the WaffleHaus Saloon! Admission is by donation and you can reserve a spot. On May 12, 2024, enjoy a Mother’s Day Brunch and listen to Bluebird Telegraph. Asylum for Art: When: May 12, 2024 Time: 10 am
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Heritage Park Mother's Day Brunch (Family Fun Calgary)
Celebrate Mom at the Heritage Park Mother’s Day Brunch

Moms make our worlds go round. They are the knowledge keepers, the boo-boo kissers, and our biggest cheerleaders. Celebrate Moms this May with a special Mother’s Day brunch at Heritage Park! With a delicious meal, time with the family, and no kitchen to clean up, everyone wins! On Mother’s Day,
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Calgary Kids Eat Free (Family Fun Calgary)
Where Kids Eat Free (or Cheap) in Calgary!

Eating out is one of life’s pleasures, but when you’ve got extra mouths to feed, restaurant meals can get very expensive, very quickly. Thankfully, some restaurants in town offer deals for kids on certain days! As a rule, enjoying a free kid’s meal requires the purchase of an adult meal.
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Le Petit Chef (Family Fun Calgary)
Dinner with Le Petit Chef: A Delicious Dinner and a Charming Experience

March 2024 Do you have a splurge-worthy occasion coming up? Even if that’s getting out of the house and not cooking dinner on an average Wednesday night — we understand. Le Petit Chef has arrived in Calgary and his quirky, 6-cm self is inviting you to an upscale (but kid-friendly!)
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La Petit Chef at The Dorian

If you’re looking for a unique dining experience with your kids or a fun-loving date night, consider Le Petit Chef, an immersive dinner show experience at Bistro Novelle at The Dorian. Le Petit Chef is a diminutive cook who stands just six centimetres tall and brings a four-course meal prepared
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Y Not Today: Treats and Non-Tech Family Fun!

Y Not Today is a unique new location that sells ice cream and bubble tea, and offers ‘brainy games’ and non-tech family fun to enjoy. They also serve bingsu, a Korean shaved ice dessert that comes adorned with an array of toppings. Play games with your family or friends as
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Celebrate Mandela Day — Free Chicken and PERi Fries from Nando’s

Nelson Mandela Day is coming, and Nando’s PERi-PERi is hosting the beloved Nando’s Dash. In 2009, Nelson Mandela asked people who wanted to celebrate his birthday, on July 18, to do so by helping out in their communities. Now, this South African restaurant is honouring the day with an extra-special
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Outdoor Exploration at the Saskatoon Farm

The Saskatoon Farm, just outside of Okotoks, is a farm fun destination. Depending on the time of summer, you can come to pick your own saskatoons, sour cherries, and currants. But you’ll also find greenhouses, a gift shop and restaurant, and a seasonal farmers market! U-Pick Saskatoon berry picking starts
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Granary Road (Family Fun Calgary)
Granary Road — For Fun, Family, and Friends!

Spend time with friends, enjoy good food, and watch your kids laughing and playing … the best things in life are at Granary Road this summer! Granary Road is your destination for weekend market shopping, racing your kids up a spider web, and connecting with your teens on the Yesteryear
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