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Vendors › Canadian Rockies › Restaurants


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1240 Railway Ave, Canmore

Connect with friends. Barista drinks (including reserve and cold brew coffees), fresh baking, hot breakfast sandwiches, panini, quiche and bistro


Fairmont Banff Springs, 405 Spray Ave, Banff

Premium seasonal ingredients; a scratch bakery with made-to-order sandwiches ($14-$16), salads homemade soups, and pastries. Feature evening meals: vegetarian $18,

Stones Restaurant

TransCanada Highway & Morley Road (Exit 131), Morley

First Nations inspired cuisine in a light-filled dining room with panoramic views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The menu is

Stoney Nakoda Resort & Casino

Hwy 1 at Hwy 40, 15 min E of Canmore, Canmore

Ridge Restaurant: hot breakfast buffet, $10; generous dinner buffet, Thurs chef’s choice $16, Fri-Sat prime rib and lobster $33; soup

Sunwapta Falls Restaurant

45-min south of town, Jasper

Icefields Parkway stop for breakfast, lunches and candlelight dinners. Home-baked breads, muffins and desserts. Endless Chain Dining Room, patio and

Tavern 1883

709 9 St, Canmore

Built from an early 1900s home with lots of charm. Award-winning house-ground burgers: Tavern classic, wild boar, lamb, salmon and black

Tekarra Restaurant

Hwy 93A, 1 km south of town, Jasper

Unpretentious Canadian cabin in the woods, est. 1952. Chef Dale Nutt focuses on quality ingredients and upscale presentations. Small plates

The Bear Street Tavern

211 Bear St, Banff

Pizza, sandwiches, fish tacos, cast iron dishes and local beer. Big sports TVs. Courtyard patio in summer.

The Bison Restaurant & Terrace

211 Bear St, Banff

Seasonal cuisine from local farms. Chef Dave Cousineau features Carmen Creek bison, Ewe-Nique Farms lamb, braised bison short ribs and wood

The Crossing Resort

Hwy 93, 76 km (47 mi) N of Lake Louise, Lake Louise

Mt Wilson family restaurant serves à la carte breakfast and dinner plus breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets. Cafeteria snacks, meals, burgers and sandwiches. Pub & Patio

The Drake Inn & Pub

909 Railway Ave, Canmore

“Your place for dining, nightlife, live music and just enjoying a pint with friends.” Family-friendly. Many Alberta craft beers. Live

The Evergreen

Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge, 459 Banff Ave, Banff

Classic and cozy with open kitchen. Canadian regional cuisine: elk loin, pan-seared Arctic char and chicken supreme. Mains $32-$42, vegetarian

The Grizzly Paw Brewing Co

622 Main St, Canmore

Craft beer (Powder Hound Blonde, Grumpy Bear Honey Wheat, Rutting Elk Red) and sodas from their off-site Canmore brewery; tours

The Inn Grill

Best Western Jasper Inn, Geikie St at Bonhomme St, Jasper

Family-friendly courtyard atrium restaurant with comfy booths, fireplace, lounge with 70″ HDs and garden terrace. Local favourite and family friendly. Lounge

The Keg Steakhouse & Bar

521 Banff Ave, Banff

“Great food and friendly service.” Two Banff locations. Steaks are signature seasoned and grilled to perfection: feature cuts include peppercorn New

The Keg Steakhouse & Bar

117 Banff Ave, Banff

“Great food and friendly service” at two Banff locations. Steaks signature seasoned and grilled to order: peppercorn New York, sirloin Oscar

The Lake Louise Station Restaurant

200 Sentinel Rd, Lake Louise

Casual dining in the restored 1910 heritage railway station. Fresh BC salmon, daily pasta, bison burger, braised bison ribs, AAA

The Market Bistro At Three Sisters

Mountaineer's Village, 75 Dyrgas Gate, Canmore

Chef Anthony’s French dishes and simple fare with twists. Breakfast/lunch $13-$15, dinner $15-$25. Omelettes, Triple B (baked breakfast burrito), salmon

The Meatball Pizza & Pasta

Banff Ptarmigan Inn, 337 Banff Ave, Banff

Warm décor and Italian/Canadian cuisine. Flavourful stone-oven pizzas and pastas, plus meat, seafood and vegetarian dishes ($18-$34). Gluten-free items. Breakfast buffet
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