Weekend Brunch Buffets in Calgary

Brunch buffets suit lazy weekends perfectly. Great ones anticipate your comfort-food cravings and include a few surprises. Each member of the family can get the food they want with no wait. Linger over your selection and return for seconds and sixths at your leisure.

Horizons Bistro

1
1316 33 St NE, Calgary, AB T2A 6B6

In the Coast Plaza Hotel, Horizons Bistro offers a daily breakfast buffet and a special brunch on Sunday. Sunday brunch includes a roast beef carving station, dessert flambé and a chocolate fountain. Buffet items are diligently replenished and servers are always pleasant.

Yellow Door Bistro

2
119 12 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0G8

An upscale, contemporary restaurant in Hotel Arts, Yellow Door Bistro rolls out the red carpet for brunch. With a French-bistro flair, its extensive weekend brunch buffet is both wholesome and indulgent. Hot buffet service may include French toast or pancakes as well as a chef's surprise such as warm and wonderful duck confit cassoulet or a frittata served in a mini cocotte. The cold continental buffet option features fruit, pastries, charcuterie and much more.

Thomsons Restaurant

3
112 Stephen Ave Walk SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5P6

Thomsons Restaurant on Stephen Avenue Walk offers a daily breakfast buffet with a special brunch on Sundays that features a roast beef carving station featuring the best locally produced meat. Also indulge in chilled shrimp and a variety of salads.

Bolero

4
6920 MacLeod Trail SE, Calgary, AB T2H 0L3

Brazilian buffet is a thing? And what a tasty and terrific thing it is! Bolero offers a sunny and sumptuous brunch buffet on Sundays. In addition to the usual selection of churrasco meats, it features eggs Benedict, omelets to order and more.

Bears Den

5
254028 Bearspaw Rd, Calgary, AB T3L 2P7

As its name suggests, this is a cozy Rocky Mountain restaurant and lounge well loved for its meat dishes, especially beef and game. Just northwest of Calgary, Bears Den offers a Sunday brunch buffet every weekend. As part of this service, waiters also circulate with additional items fresh from the kitchen.

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