Restaurants in Alberta

50% Off 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

One Eleven Grill – Up to 48% Off Steakhouse Cuisine

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

Up to 50% Off Gastropub Food at Black Cat Bar and Grill

Black Cat Bar and Grill


C$20 C$12

Restauranteur Mike Ciccaglione's team of industry veterans serves gastropub fare prepared with homemade touches

Up to 45% Off at The Mongolie Grill

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

Fatburger – C$7 for Fatburgers, Fries, and a Bottomless Drink


Multiple Locations

C$12.67 C$7

Fresh burgers made with AAA Alberta beef and cholesterol-free oil in retro-style diner

42% Off Executive Lunch Bar for Two at The Harvest Room

The Harvest Room

The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald

C$48 C$28


Health-minded and efficient lunch bar caters weekday breaks with a rotating selection of artisan sandwiches, salads, and housemade soups

Up to 52% Off Burgers and Beer at Early Stage Saloon

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

50% Off Nepali Cuisine at Yeti Gourmet

Yeti Gourmet


C$30 C$15

Crispy vegetable samosa with green peas and cumin, alu palak with spinach and potato in a special Yeti sauce, and warm naan and roti bread

43% Off 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

Up to 47% Off Upscale Pub Food at The Hat on Jasper

The Hat On Jasper


C$30 C$16.50


Seven types of juicy burgers anchor the menu at this downtown restaurant where bartenders sling cocktails from the city's longest bar

50% Off at BottleHouse Pub & Eatery

BottleHouse Pub & Eatery


C$30 C$15

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

40% Off 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

Prime Time Restaurant – Up to 53% Off

Prime Time Restaurant


C$73 C$35

Menu fuses Alberta-farmed steak with seafood and Italian specialties such as pasta and pizza

Up to 50% Off Comfort Food at The Dish Bistro

The Dish Bistro


C$30 C$17


Short rib, hot sandwiches, thick soups, and other hearty dishes fill a bistro featured on the show You Gotta Eat Here!

Up to 37% Off Dinner

Cravings Market Restaurant


C$30 C$19


Guests pick out dinners of paninis and rotisserie meats at marketplace

47% Off Turkish Cuisine at Istanbul Restaurant

Istanbul Restaurant


C$30 C$16


Sip on cups of thick Turkish coffee while digging into doner kebabs or fresh seafood plus Mediterranean mezes

Up to 47% Off at Infusion Contemporary Cuisine

Infusion Contemporary Cuisine


C$30 C$16

Executive Chef and owner Air Bouphasiry helms chic restaurant serving contemporary cuisine made with fresh, gourmet-quality ingredients

Up to 50% Off Food at The Steak Out

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

Quiznos – 43% Off Subs


Depot 170

C$21.14 C$11.99

Meats, cheeses, and vegetables piled on sandwiches or rolled into wraps crisp and melt when toasted in an oven or on a grill

Select Local Merchants

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 culinary crew at Pete’s A Pie Pizzeria prepares each morsel from scratch using fresh vegetables and herb-infused olive oils. Specialty pan or Brooklyn-style pizzas marry swirls of homemade sauce—including marinara, creamy garlic, and spicy barbecue—with corresponding toppings and ringtones to create one-of-a-kind concoctions such as the barbecue-chicken pie or the salty pig—a blend of prosciutto, fresh basil, and red onions. Since it's comprised solely of a bustling kitchen and pickup counter, the eatery offers delivery or carryout only.

9758 182 Street Northwest

Tasty Vietnamese's walls flood with the same savoury aromas of sizzling meats, seafood, and vegetables that enticed the noses of reporters from the Grove Examiner. Chefs simmer pots of beef and chicken pho soup, assemble hotpots of lemongrass prawns, and adorn vermicelli with grilled beef, pork, and vegetarian-friendly tofu. A customizable menu allows diners to design their own meals by choosing from an array of meats, seasonings, noodles, and rice, while a selection of Vietnamese shakes, beers, and wine keep tongues from running dry. Takeout services enable customers to enjoy authentic Vietnamese fare from the comfort of their homes or neighbour's raspberry bushes.

636 King St
Spruce Grove,

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

Nestled within a serene residential neighbourhood, Grub Med Greek Ristorante fills its dimly lit dining room with the aromas of rich sauces, succulent seafood, and roast lamb. Unlike a raucous gathering in a taverna or a date in a home-stereo store, the atmosphere evokes a romantic tranquility, where walls bear a regal air with deep purple hues, stone masonry, and framed images of ancient Greek artwork. Guests sidle up to intimate, scarlet-clad tables, sharing a traditional starter of hummus and tzatziki with morsels of toasty pita, or dining on forkfuls of marinated souvlaki and baked salmon.

17 Fairway Dr NW

Flatiron Kitchen and Bar mixes up a creative and varied menu inside a chic, open dining area decked with modern architecture and artful ceiling lights. As appetizing tunes swim through the surrounding air currents, guests can nibble on ginger chicken tenders ($10.99), asiago and roasted mushroom balls ($11.99), or deep-friend dill pickles ($9.99). Stomachs thrive on the thought of broken lasagna, which is constructed of fiery meat spheroids and a succulent tomato sauce ($14.99). The Sicilian swordfish fillet skewers hunger with six ounces of grilled aquaflesh ($18.99), and maple-glazed pork tenderloin refills your belly tank with gentle pokes of pig ($17.99). Close out your dinner show with a dessert such as the molten brownie ($7.99) or the roasted apple blossom ($6.99), and then complete the experience with one of Flatiron's signature cocktails.

2493 27 Ave NE