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The Clubhouse at Paradise Valley Owner and Chef Sourav has managed kitchens and curated menus in India, Toronto, and Banff National Park. He also competed on the Food Network Canada television show, Fire Masters, with his episode airing in May 2023. From splendid appetizers, light meals, fresh salads and sandwiches, and premium entrees, The Clubhouse at Paradise Valley satisfies cravings for tasteful food. 90 Gehring Rd. SE

The Hat’s Olive Tap You’ll find over 75 quality oils and

balsamics inside this exquisite, Tuscany themed taphouse, located downtown on Second Street. Owner Carmen has a passion for creating wholesome and nutritious dishes, with sustainability at top of mind. There is a list of creamy soups, panini-pressed sandwiches, and fresh salads made with Alberta-farm chickpeas, locally-grown produce, and the high-quality oils and balsamics featured in the taproom. The eatery is allergy-friendly, with vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options, making it easy for everyone to fill up on a delicious meal. 519 2 St. SE over 60 Alberta-based vendors, from many creative and culinary worlds. Being along Highway 3, the space features goods from artists, to crafters, farmers, and ranchers, a to-go style cafe, and drive-thru. "I've found so many creative people through the store and I see how beautiful their minds are—how they can sit down and create something so cool. I love having a space where we share that, and where people can grab a drink, a healthy snack, and wander around to shop.” — Kara, owner of Homestead Market with her husband Kristian. 1750 Gershaw Dr. SW Homestead Market An all-season market featuring

Rustic Kitchen + Bar Owners Chris Orchard and Sandee Anderson have a full focus on local. Chef Chris has offered a culinary menu at Rustic Kitchen + Bar that features Albertan ranchers and greenhouses, and Front of House Manager Sandee has curated the ultimate cocktail menu. Chef Chris drives two hours for elk from North Fork Ranch, and drives over two hours for lamb from Ewenique Farms. Seasonal vegetables are sourced from the ‘Greenhouse Capital of the Prairies’ in Redcliff. Along with the farm to fork produce, absolutely everything on the menu is made from scratch. 925 7 St. SW

North Fork Ranch Elk Pappardelle: Slow cooked elk ragout, shaved parmesan, crispy onions, and sour cream. The pap pardelle noodles are made in-house from scratch.


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