Since opening earlier this year, the historic Deane House – built in 1906 for Captain Richard Deane, then-superintendent of Fort Calgary – has impressed guests with its renovated restaurant and delicious food. This New Year's Eve, the uninitiated have a chance to check out chef Jamie Harling's multi-course tasting menu, utilizing locally-sourced choices from the restaurant's winter season. Reservations are available starting at 4:30 pm, with tickets priced at $100 per person with optional paired wine choices for $50.
Since re-opening in 2016, the historic Deane House has impressed guests with its renovated restaurant and delicious food. Those seeking out local eats will be impressed, too – the restaurant features a local, seasonal menu courtesy of executive chef Jamie Harling.
The Deane House was built in 1906 and has been the subject of several haunting rumours. Frightened folks have report experiencing the spirit of a man who died after being pushed down the stairs, while others say they have seen the ghost of a woman who jumped out of an upstairs window to her death.
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