Restaurants in Red Deer

Up to 47% Off at 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

39% Off Breakfast and Coffee at Fatburger

Multiple Locations

C$14.67 C$9

Fatburger's newly introduced breakfast items, such as the egg and cheese sandwich with hashbrowns or stacks of pancakes

Up to 45% Off Upscale Italian Fare at Il Sogno


C$40 C$22

Upscale restaurant celebrates its 14th anniversary with a contemporary Italian-influenced menu showcasing house-made pasta and fine wines

Up to 45% Off at Halo Steak Seafood and Wine Bar

Canyon Meadows/Lake Fraser Drive

C$40 C$22

Chefs concoct steak-house fare from AAA Sterling Silver Alberta beef alongside seafood entrees of fresh salmon and lobster

44% Off Italian Cuisine at Osteria de Medici


C$88 C$49

Appetizers such as fried calamari or mussels precede rustic Italian entrees, including homemade gnocchi or cannelloni stuffed with veal

Up to 50% Off Gastropub Food at 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 43% Off Pizza Meal at La Trattoria D'Italia


C$43.60 C$25


Chefs whip up thin crust pizza topped with calamari & artichokes, and pasta entrees & caesar salads round out meals

Up to 55% Off Pizza and Beer at Minhas Micro Brewery

Northeast Calgary

C$22 C$11


Microbrew enthusiasts sip craft beers and devour pizzas with housemade-dough crusts and such toppings as beer-caramelized onions and chicken

Up to 54% Off at The Dog & Duck Public House & Restaurant

Alyth - Bonnybrook - Manchester

C$42.50 C$20


Patrons sip a selection of brews alongside Atlantic cod tails and chips or a selection of sandwiches, such as Spolumbo's sausage in a bun

77% Off Indian Culinary Experience at Glory of India


C$174.90 C$45


Three-hour class teaches students how to cook Indian dishes; lunch buffet includes vegetarian selections

50% Off Pub Food & Filipino Cuisine at Aristocrat

Radisson Heights - Albert Park

C$40 C$20


Pub-food classics such as burgers, wings, and fish and chips served alongside a Filipino menu featuring tapsilog or halo halo for dessert

38% Off at Jacqueline Suzanne's— The Carmichael Dining Lounge


C$40 C$25


Dinner entrees, hearty salads, french onion soup & brunch eggs benedict drizzled in housemade hollandaise served with handcrafted desserts

Up to 45% Off Chilean Food at Empanada Queen


C$20 C$12


Award-winning baked or fried dough shells come with a variety of fillings, including sliced and ground beef, spicy chicken, and mozzarella

Up to 46% Off Pizza & Beer at Titans Twisted Tavern

The Properties

C$30.49 C$17


Domestic and imported beers pair with cheese pizza pies amid sports action captured on 12 big-screen televisions

Up to 50% Off Pizza, Pasta, and Breadsticks at Pizza Master Fusion

Coral Springs

C$39.80 C$20

Cooks top pizzas with tandoori or butter chicken and fresh herbs, and whip up cheesy breadsticks and hearty pastas

Up to 52% Off Casual Bar Lunch at Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery

Cliff Bungalow

C$30 C$15


Kilt-clad waitresses serve up classic old-country pub food in a modern sports-bar setting

Up to 37% Off Easter Brunch or Dinner


C$29.95 C$19


Guests pick out dinners of paninis and rotisserie meats at marketplace or devour breakfast foods during two seatings at Easter brunch

Stage West Theatre Restaurant – Up to 45% Off Concert


C$99.75 C$55


Dinner buffet complements a Rolling Stones tribute or hilarious trio of Newfoundland musicians

43% Off Casual Pub Food at 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

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Heritage Ranch immerses visitors in its idyllic woodlands crisscrossed by old dirt trails over which horses pull carriages, wagons, and sleighs that look as though they've rolled straight out of history. Under the tree canopies, couples can devote their time on the ranch to one another with romantic date night packages that combine carriage & sleigh rides with dinner and wine at Westlake Grille. The sound of laughter from children and families can be heard during trail rides as they wend through the property's 217 acres of parkland—equivalent to one clydesdale football field—and camps keep the good times coming during the summer.

25 Riverview Pk
Red Deer,

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.

311 Veterans Boulevard

Founded in the hippie heyday of 1968, Mr. Sub fosters feelings of peace, love, and joy by squelching hunger vibes with harmonious sub sandwiches. The Santa Fe spicy chicken ($8.29) breads flavoursome fowl and suppresses its dream of flight with cheese, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, and buttermilk ranch sauce. Lacklustre school lunches are finally avenged by the pizza supremo ($7.19), a savoury souvenir from the Mediterranean's days of domination. It seamlessly blends spicy Italian salami, pizza sauce, and cheese, while granting pizza dough a night off to moonlight as training tool at the local massage school.

705 Main Street South

The beef dogs and crinkle-cut french fries at Nathan’s Famous sprang from the hot doggery’s flagship location on New York’s Coney Island in 1916. Ketchup and mustard stand at attention for savoury assignments, and hot dogs can further accessorize their casings with a variety of toppings including chili, cheese, sauerkraut and red onions. Mouths ride the crinkle-cut escalator of Nathan’s signature fries, and lemonade washes away any loitering thirst. Nathan’s history can be studied quiz-free on a large mural depicting the store’s original Brooklyn boardwalk setting and the first couple to enter outer space via the Coney Island roller coaster.

130 Sierra Springs Dr SE

As Justin Lussier traveled through Naples in 2005, he decided to stop for the city's famous pizza at a small street-side eatery bearing the sign Pizzeria Sorbillo. He loved his traditional thin-crust pie so much that he rushed to a pay phone and called his friends Christian Bullock and Jason Allard to tell them that he wanted to make that same pizza. When Justin returned to Canada, the trio travelled to confer with the culinary experts at Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana (AVPN) in order to uncover what truly makes a pizza Neapolitan. Two years later, the friends set out to open Famoso.

Famoso's chefs all follow strict guidelines set by the AVPN—they only use OO Caputo flour imported from Naples, and they hand mill tomatoes imported from the foot of Mount Vesuvius, where each crop is grown in soil enriched by volcanic ash and sung to daily by volcanologists. Chefs top the crust with local fior di latte mozzarella, fresh basil leaves, and pecorino romano cheese. They then spread dough into wafer-thin disks, which they blast-fire at 900 degrees for 90 seconds inside imported Italian bell-shaped ovens. Pizzas are also topped with ingredients such as soppressata, oven-roasted Italian sausage, kalamata olives, and truffle oil.

Famoso Baristas can pair many of these pies, some of which are reinvented twice each year, with a mix of local and international wines—including vintages from Italy and Canada—and hand-crafted gelato. At each restaurant, they ferry dishes and drinks through rustic and inviting interiors, each of which reflects the unique style of its neighbourhood, though all are united by accents of exposed brick and wood, wine-bottle art, and sculptural pizza-box displays.

2303 4 St SW

The Yardhouse's dishes have been around the world and back. The menu's range of dishes speaks to the kitchen's penchant for international recipes and punched-up pub cuisine. This global appreciation hasn't uprooted barroom tradition, however—classic chicken wings often steal the menu spotlight, especially on Wednesday, when they are prepared in batches of 100 per order.

Apart from worldliness, The Yardhouse stresses on-site prep, showcasing truffle fries and housemade thai chicken bites. Despite elaborate recipes for pumpkin basil gnocchi and maple dip for yam fries, the dining-room atmosphere is a far cry from the stifled silence and mandatory caviar chugging of gourmet halls. Chatter overlaps with sports broadcasts, the tinkling of cocktail glasses, and the sound of draft beers being poured into pint-sized servings—or, for especially thirsty patrons, the bar's signature yard-long flasks. Bottled craft beers round out the drink list with ciders, ales, lagers, and stouts.

1136 Kensington Rd NW