The Rimrock


Cuisine type

  • Canadian Cuisine,


  • Breakfast,
  • Brunch,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
133 9 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T2P 2M3
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • > $60,

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Celebrate spring 2017 in Calgary with Easter brunch

Celebrate spring 2017 in Calgary with Easter brunch

Easter brunch is a comfortable dress-up occasion at the Fairmont Palliser hotel. Enjoy an expansive buffet spread in the antique-luxury surroundings of The Rimrock, with its embossed leather pillars and high ceilings. Alberta’s finest meat will be sliced at the beef station, and further fare includes fresh seafood and house-made desserts. Hot entree items include coconut curry red snapper and braised pork shoulder with wild mushrooms. Reservations must be made in advance. Adults tickets are priced at $45 with children ages six to 12 get in for $22.50. Children ages 5 and under eat free.

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Historic restaurant roundup in Calgary

Historic restaurant roundup in Calgary

Built to capitalize on the influx of tourists passing through after the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway snaked westward, The Palliser was the first luxury hotel in Calgary. That opulence and grandeur stands today, with its marble columns and gold-leaf ceilings. Issued the first liquor license post-prohibition in 1924, the hotel has long hosted elegant imbibers and discerning diners. The Rimrock’s menu is inspired by the hotel cuisine of the 1920s, featuring rich, lux dishes.

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Restaurants with fireplaces in Calgary

Restaurants with fireplaces in Calgary

The Rimrock at the grand old Fairmont Palliser serves cuisine that hearkens back to the golden age of luxury travel when it was part of the iconic Canadian Pacific Hotels chain. Open for service Thursday through Saturday evenings, the historic room is dominated by an enormous fireplace. Chocolate lovers can book a spot at the room’s popular Death by Chocolate buffet and enjoy their sweet treats by the roaring fire.

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