Restaurants in Alberta

C$15 for C$30 Worth of Barbecued Food at TW's BBQ Smoke House

TW's BBQ Smoke House


C$30 C$15

A place where "the only thing out of the bottle" is beer, the chefs proudly craft every dish from scratch, straight down to the sauce

Steakhouse Cuisine for Two or Four, Valid Sunday through Thursday at One Eleven Grill (Up to 48% Off)

One Eleven Grill

Downtown Red Deer

C$50 C$27


Restaurant serves certified Alberta steaks, as well as beef ribs, tikka chicken, and pasta dishes

Indian Food for a Dine-In Dinner for Two or Four or Indian Takeout at Desi Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Desi Grill

Northeast Calgary

C$40 C$20

East Indian dishes, including butter chicken in a creamy tomato sauce, prawn vindaloo, lamb biryani, and paneer in a pink sauce

Meal for Two or Four with Burgers, Sandwiches, and Beer at Early Stage Saloon (Up to 52% Off)

Early Stage Saloon

Prince Rupert

C$56.85 C$29


Beef, chicken, and mushroom burgers, steak sandwiches, and BLTs alongside fries, potato skins, and chicken fingers

Regional Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner for Two at Harvest Room (50% Off)

The Harvest Room


C$40 C$20

Lunch and dinner menus rotate a selection of housemade soups, seafood, and AAA Albertan beef; gluten-free options available

Mediterranean Meal for Two or Four at Mazaya Lounge (Up to 54% Off)

Mazaya Lounge


C$92 C$45


Mediterranean fusion food and hookahs served in a lively lounge atmosphere; entertainment includes DJs, belly dancers, and stand-up comedy

Pub Food, Local and Import Beer, Spirits, and Wine at The Rose & Crown Pub (Up to 43% Off)

The Rose & Crown Pub


C$30 C$17


Fish and chips, bangers and mash, and stews served with local brews at an English-style pub with live music Fridays and Saturdays

Dine-In, Take-Out, Delivery, or Catered Indian Food at Glory of India (Up to 51% Off)

Glory of India


C$40 C$20

Feasts comprised of classic northern Indian dishes, including shrimp curry and garbanzo beans cooked with mango powder

C$12 for C$20 Worth of Mongolian Food at Mongolia Express

Mongolia Express

CPR West

C$20 C$12

Build-your-own stir-fry at a casual restaurant that also offers wonton soup, pork dumplings, ginger beef, and colourful bubble teas

Middle Eastern Wrap Dinner for Two or Four at A La Saj (Up to 52% Off)

A La Saj - Calgary


C$57.85 C$29

Grilled saj bread filled with traditional or creative toppings, such as strained yogurt and dried mint, or sundried beef and petit pickles

Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner for Two or Four at The Steak Out (50% Off). Four Options Available.

Steakout and Drifters Lounge


C$16 C$8

For more than quarter-century, family-friendly restaurant has treated locals and travelers to smoked meats, hand-formed burgers, and steaks

C$17 for C$30 Worth of Casual Pub Food at Captains Sports Lounge and Grill

Captains Sports Lounge and Grill

Huntington Hills

C$30 C$17

Classic comfort dishes such as fish and chips, loaded nachos, and fire-grilled hamburgers served inside a sports bar with flat-screen TVs

One or Two Groupons, Each good for C$30 Worth of Mongolian Barbecue for Two at The Mongolie Grill (Up to 45% Off)

The Mongolie Grill

Multiple Locations

C$30 C$17


Create custom stir-frys by choosing fresh meats, seafood, veggies, and house-made sauces to sizzle atop grills

Gastropub Food for Parties of Two or Four at BottleHouse Pub & Eatery (43% Off)

BottleHouse Pub & Eatery


C$30 C$17

Diners start with appetizers such as rosemary-lemon fries, then move onto entrees such as prosciutto flatbread with pineapple

C$11 for C$18 Worth of Handmade Sandwiches and Sides at Press'd Sandwich Shop

Press'd Sandwich Shop

CPR West

C$18 C$11


Sandwich crafters layer freshly baked loaves with quality meats, premium cheeses, and fresh vegetables to create imaginative sandwiches

Mexican Food for Lunch or Dinner for Two at Tu Tierra (Up to 45% Off)

Tu Tierra


C$20 C$11


Mexican cuisine that blends food from a variety of indigenous cultures, including enchiladas smothered with mole, tacos, buritos, and sopes

C$15 for C$30 Worth of Fusion Food and Drinks at AE'S on 118th

AE'S on 118th

Alberta Avenue

C$30 C$15


Dim sum dumplings, baked brie, and other small plates pair with entrees such as the panang chicken and wild-mushroom ravioli

International Cuisine for Two or Four at AQUA Bistro | Bar at the Courtyard Edmonton West (Up to 50% Off)

AQUA Bistro | Bar


C$40 C$20


Father's Day brunch, small plates of calamari & wings, variety of sandwiches for lunch & dinner entrees such as blackened salmon & rib eye

C$15 for C$30 Worth of Greek Cuisine at Grub Med Greek Ristorante

Grub Med Greek Ristorante


C$30 C$15


Rich purple decor and classic Mediterranean artwork surrounds traditional meals of Kleftico, Kebabos and Argentinean Asado

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As a tram driver in the late 19th century, Bert Malthouse ferried passengers past one of London's most vibrant and eclectic seafood markets—Billingsgate. Seeing this historic site daily apparently left quite the mark on Malthouse. In 1907, shortly after moving to Canada, he founded a market near present-day Calgary and named it after that famed seafood supplier. And being miles away from the nearest ocean didn't deter Malthouse from his mission one bit—he used a humble horse and buggy to supply the prairie region with fresh, wharf-worthy catches .

Over the next century Billingsgate Fish Company expanded to three seafood markets, two cafes, and two processing plants, all without losing that original passion for fresh-caught fish. Now owned and operated by the family's fourth generation, Billingsgate reaches out to both shores and stocks its displays with everything from Pacific salmon and oysters to Atlantic lobsters and halibut. As part of this maritime-inspired empire, the two Billingsgate Lighthouse Cafés welcome diners to sample some of the markets' freshest catches. New arrivals appear in the daily pasta special, while the fried fish and chips and the steamed lobster would fit in seamlessly at a seaside eatery or potluck in Atlantis.

1941 Uxbridge Drive Northwest

Creole Envie

For nearly two decades, Chef Danielle Majeau has slow-simmered Cajun meats and served them with hearty dollops of traditional southern sides. She cooks her Creole and Cajun specialties to order at the restaurants Stony Plain Road location, or for up to 250 guests and brings them to homes and businesses across Edmonton. If preferred, Chef Majeau can also prepare meals in clients’ kitchens and serve them to eager dinner guests or arrange them for uninspired still-life painters.

6509 112 Avenue

When Joe and Theresa Klassen first founded Joey’s Seafood Restaurant in 1985, they were simply looking to create a friendly neighbourhood eatery that served made-to-order seafood. Though the company has since expanded to more than 69 franchises across Canada, it still falls under the leadership of its founder, who frequently develops new strategies for growth and expansion while continuing to supply each location with fresh, Pacific-based seafood. Joey’s offers two distinct dining experiences: full-service restaurants (designed for families and their hungry sock puppets) and quick-serve places (designed for younger generations). At the quick-serve eateries, foodsmiths dole out a smaller menu of fried fish and shrimp. The full menu includes seafood entrees such as sautéed PEI mussels, blackened Pacific snapper, and Joey’s famous fish 'n' chips—fillets of halibut, cod, or haddock dunked into a secret-recipe batter and then deep-fried in canola oil. Nationally, the company supports the Alzheimer's Society of Canada through local and national fundraising efforts. Since 2000, its franchises have collectively raised more than $950,000 for the organization.

3545 32 Ave NE

The smells of sizzling Indian and Chinese dishes mingle as they waft out from Masala Wok's kitchen. Inside, naan rises in tandoori ovens, and meat, poultry, and seafood simmer in saucepans of curries, stir-fries, and rice dishes. Chefs eschew trans fats in favour of canola oil, and fine Asian spices help minimize the use of sodium to craft healthier dishes. During midday, a lunch buffet of eclectic menu items stretches across the dining room beneath Asian artwork and walls the deep red of a fire truck wandering out of the wrong restroom.

9348 34 Ave NW

A chain of restaurants founded in 1952, Fatburger’s team of skilled grillsmiths tirelessly bustles about kitchens across the continent whipping up platefuls of fresh, cooked-to-order diner fare. Upon receiving each patron’s order, chefs spring into action meticulously preparing feasts from the finest of ingredients including AAA Alberta beef, hand-picked produce, and cholesterol-free oil. Frozen treat specialists plunge scoops into ice cream containers, extracting creamy orbs to be transformed into milkshakes so old fashioned that they only enter the straw after donning a set of pearls. Fostering an authentic atmosphere, each Fatburger location features retro decor and enforces a strict poodle-skirt-only dress code for all diners.

33 Heritage Meadows Way SE

Pita Pit’s sandwich artisans arm themselves with fresh produce each morning as they battle the common assumption that healthful food is never delicious. They customize each fresh-made pita and salad with 15 veggie options and more than 15 sauces to dazzle taste buds during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. To quench thirsts, they blend myriad fruits into smoothies that are more refreshing than diving into a giant smoothie, complementing tender roast beef and spicy buffalo chicken wrapped in low-carb pitas.

15351 Castle Downs Rd NW