Boozy Brunches in Calgary

Adding some alcohol to your brunch is the only way this breakfast-lunch combo meal can be improved. From mimosa to Caesar to custom cocktail, each of these eateries has its own beautifully boozy pairing suggestions.

Yellow Door Bistro

1
119 12 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0G8

With a gourmet brunch buffet, a full complement of a la carte items and a full bar, Yellow Door Bistro is a great place to enjoy a mimosa and a plate of Yellow Door Hash. Breakfast is served daily with an expanded brunch on the weekends.

Vendome Cafe

2
940 2 Ave NW, Calgary, AB T2N 0E6

Any restaurant that proclaims “We sell alcoholic beverages” at the top of its menu is a perfect brunch stop. Serving Caesars, mimosas and the Vendome Beezer along with classic brunch dishes seven days a week.

Blue Star Diner

3
809 1 Ave NE, Calgary, AB T2E 0C2

Serving locally grown ingredients for breakfast and brunch seven days a week, Blue Start is a great morning meal option. Its list of nine breakfast cocktails, suggests your brunch could get very boozy indeed.

Grumans Catering & Delicatessen

AB

Montreal smoked meat is a great hangover cure and Gruman’s makes great smoked meat. Try the smoked and poached breakfast poutine and a beverage for the perfect way to start your weekend.

Broken City Social Club

4
613 11 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0E1

A bar that serves brunch on the weekend? Perfect for a boozy brunch. The Broken City menu offers standard brunch fair and some not so standard meals such as green eggs and ham and breakfast poutine on Saturdays, Sundays and long weekend Mondays.

River Cafe

5
25 Prince's Island Pk, Calgary, AB T2P 0R1

River Café is a very picturesque place to enjoy a breakfast, especially a boozy one. Pop on over to Prince’s Island and enjoy a weekend brunch with quiche and a Pimm’s and Ginger.

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