Whether you’re craving ice cream, cocktails or burgers, there are several new places to grab a bite or a drink in Calgary’s Inglewood neighborhood.
There has been a lot of action in the culinary scene in Inglewood lately with the arrival of several new cafes and restaurants. Here’s a look at some of the places you can now visit.
Halo halo, creamy avocado, raspberry cheesecake – these are just some of the delicious flavors of ice cream you can get at Abbey’s Creations new location in Inglewood. The company now has six locations in Calgary and Cochrane.
1109 9 Ave SE, 403-835-4599, abbeys.net
Just weeks after Neighbor Coffee opened in Inglewood, a new, separate restaurant called Business & Pleasure (owned by the same team as the cafe) also opened. This new snack bar is located behind Neighbour, with an entrance that faces the back alley of the building. Business & Pleasure offers a warm and intimate dining experience, with dishes like shrimp ceviche, pork gyoza, and slow-roasted pork belly with piquillo pepper jam and kewpie mayo on the menu. This place also takes its cocktails seriously, with creative options like the Velvet Elvis, which features Tanqueray gin, lemongrass syrup, lemon juice, lime leaf bitters, B&P Tonic, and lemongrass whites. eggs.
1327B 9 Avenue SE, @itsbusinessandpleasure
Inglewood’s newest restaurant brings a colorful twist to the neighborhood’s North American restaurants. Step inside Bussin’s bright pink interior to order creative wraps, mashed beef burgers, chicken burgers or an alternative burger that includes either a vegetable patty, crispy wild cod or halloumi cheese. If you fancy something sweet, consider one of the waffles with toppings ranging from chocolate brownies to Maltesers, or opt for one of the 11 signature shakes.
1121 9 Avenue SE, bussin.ca
This new Korean restaurant celebrated its grand opening on September 30. Visit the expansive dining room with friends to try as much of the shareable menu as possible. Dishes include steamed egg pudding with pollack roe, beef carpaccio, garlic prawn pasta, corn brie, mussels in tomato sauce and more.
1003 9 Ave SE, 403-452-0920, joodam.ca
The Mad Hatter describes itself as an “eco-friendly café, community art space and hyper-local marketplace”. In addition to beverages like coffee and tea, customers can order a charred kimchi quesadilla, vegetarian “sausage” roll, or mixed vegetable quiche to enjoy while getting creative with some of the free art supplies. offered by the cafe. Before you go, be sure to visit the Cheshire Market for locally made items, from jams to bird feeders made from recycled teacups.
917 9 Avenue SE, themadhatteryyc.com
nearby cafe, Our Daily BrettAltadore’s sister cafe now has a second location in Inglewood. Stop for a drink from the coffee and smoothie menu, or sit down to sample dishes such as sourdough toast, sandwiches, breakfast bowls and tostadas.
1327A 9 Avenue SE, nhbrcoffee.com