Rustic Charm down by the River

Calgary’s River Café is proud to be named, for the tenth time, as one of Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants. The restaurant ranked 23 on this year’s list, highlighted for Executive Chef Scott Mackenzie’s impressive use of local and seasonal Canadian ingredients and culinary innovation along with their overall dining experience and hospitality.

Located on Prince’s Island Park situated along the Bow River, the restaurant has also been celebrated for its eclectic wine list, all curated by its sommelier, Bruce Soley. The River Café article published in Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants can be found here at

“We feel incredibly privileged to have once again made it onto Canada’s 100 Best Restaurant list among so many exceptional dining establishments,” says Sal Howell, proprietor of River Café. “It’s a testament to our team’s unwavering commitment to showcasing the very best of Alberta and Canadian ingredients led by our chef Scott Mackenzie, and we are thrilled to be a part of the vibrant culinary scene in our city. I would like to take this opportunity to also congratulate the team at Canada’s 100 Best on ten years of championing restaurants and hospitality in Canada. Their work firmly establishes this country on the world’s culinary map.”

With its unique location just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of downtown Calgary, River Café is a perfect place to experience relaxed fine dining. With no shortage of summer activities happening in Prince’s Island Park, River Café offers Calgarians and visitors to the city a wonderful opportunity to experience locally sourced ingredients from all across the province.

For more information on River Café, visit their website and follow them on social media at @rivercafeyyyc.

Calgary’s River Café Named in Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants
Photo Credit: River Café