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Historic restaurant roundup in Calgary

Historic restaurant roundup in Calgary»

The charming, gingerbread-accented former A.E. Cross House by the Bow River in historic Inglewood is home to the top-reviewed Rouge restaurant. Several dining areas offer an elegant atmosphere amidst its richly hued walls. Rouge creates culinary delights using local meat and produce. The brown-butter poached halibut is heaven, and the heirloom tomato salad a tart thing of beauty with its savoury ramp vinaigrette.

Food fight: Calgary chefs compete in Gold Medal Plates

Food fight: Calgary chefs compete in Gold Medal Plates»

With a French-inspired fine-dining menu that’s militantly local, Rouge has earned international acclaim. And far from being a starchy dining spot, Rouge is located in the very homey Deane House, a converted antique mansion that backs onto the Bow River corridor. The restaurant sends executive chef Jamie Harling into Gold Medal competition.

A delicious cause: Restaurants for Change in Calgary

A delicious cause: Restaurants for Change in Calgary»

This restaurant in the stately, red A. E. Cross heritage home in Inglewood is simply one of the city’s finest. Chef and co-owner Paul Rogalski serves French-influenced food that is militantly local, incorporating Alberta meat and produce as well as veggies from the restaurant’s own garden. Rouge’s seasonal menu features entrees such as brown-butter poached sturgeon and grass-fed beef flatiron steak as well as lamb loin with lamb confit.

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  • > $60

Cuisine type

  • French


  • Restaurant With Terrace

Products and Services

  • Good For Groups