Canmore restaurants are as varied as the area’s outdoor adventure options. Consult this restaurant guide if you’ve got a craving, be it for home-style cooking or upscale Rocky Mountain Cuisine.
By providing a tempting selection of Canmore’s favourite restaurants, Canmore Dining will help you find the perfect restaurant. Browse restaurant choices through the type of cuisine at the top of the page.
For a more comprehensive selection of Canmore restaurant choices, visit www.where.ca/CanadianRockies
Free printed copies of Canmore Dining Guide are at local information centres, hotels, shops, restaurants, attractions and car rental outlets. These same locations offer free copies of Where Canadian Rockies visitor magazine, a great source of information on tours and adventures, shopping, dining and entertainment options in Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper and area.
March 5, 2014
Begin dinner with an enduring favourite. “The spring roll is the perfect guilty pleasure,” says Kevin Bellis, owner of Thai It Up. The secret to the appetizer’s appeal is “the bite,” he notes. “The wrapper has to be deep fried until golden brown to get that crunch. The combination of soft cabbage with the [continued…]February 10, 2014
The Communitea Café transforms from sunny eatery to intimate live music venue (see their live music schedule). Day or night, it’s always a great spot to rub shoulders with locals. My first foray into Communitea Café was for an evening performance by folk singer/songwriter Cara Luft. I arrived shortly after the 7:30 pm door [continued…]February 5, 2014
I usually take a noon break from the office, so I seek restaurants that offer good value and casual, no-stress atmospheres. Canmore’s Georgetown Inn Pub is my kind of place. The wood, British-style decor is climbing-themed; I sit by the rundlestone fireplace if there are logs burning (which wasn’t the case yesterday). For $9 [continued…]