Divino Wine & Cheese Bistro, part of Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts (CRMR) family of companies, originally opened in 1984 as a quaint 30 seat restaurant, located in downtown Calgary' Grain Exchange building. Divino has since relocated to the historic Calgary Wine and Spirits building on Stephen Avenue. I have wanted to come here every since I stayed at CRMR's Buffalo ...
Restaurants near Divino Bistro and Wine Bar
- 10.06 mi0.06 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar3 reviews
Our Team Lead took us to Dinner here to celebrate a project milestone and to say Thank You for a job well done. Janet is a bit of a foodie and also really wanted to try CHARCUT, especially on an expense account. CHARCUT Roast House is basically an upscale urban rotisserie, with a lot of chef-driven buzz and Country French ...Popular withLuxuryFoodies
- 20.05 mi0.05 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
This is the best seafood restaurant in Calgary. The menu features a good variety of seafood dishes and an excellent wine list. Not cheap.Popular withFoodies
- 30.14 mi0.14 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
Teatro is one of Calgary's top Italian restaurants and one of the top in any cuisine category. Conveniently across from the performing arts centre, it is an ideal spot for pre or post event meals or just a drink at the bar.Popular withFoodiesLuxury
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- 50.08 mi0.08 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
At the top of the Calgary tower, Sky 360 is a place to go for the view. 360, of course, refers to the fact the restaurant revolves about one complete turn an hour. The menu offers a broad range of dishes. The food is good but not great. It's really more about the experience of seeing Calgary from what is ...
- 60.22 mi0.22 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
Our Group started out by stopping at Earl's next store for a weekday Dinner together. Since getting seated was going to be a bit of a wait, the Host suggested going over to "V" since it's the same menu, kitchen, and ownership as Earl's. We did so and got a nice big table by the window. That also helped mitigate ...
- 70.11 mi0.11 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
There's lots of sushi restaurants in Calgary and Sukiyaki House does some very good sushi, but it also offers sukiyaki, not surprisingly, and that's a harder thing to find. Very good sukiyaki and very healthy, too. The sake menu is also very good.Popular withFoodies
- 80.01 mi0.01 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
This is a great looking pub or more like a gastropub. The PUB stands for public urban bar. The place is named after George Stephen, Baron Mount Stephen and is located in a former bank building that at various times has housed other restaurants. This time the interior includes a balcony so more can fit into the high ceiling space. ...Popular withLocalFoodies
- 90.06 mi0.06 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
Fine dining. 200 – 808 1ST SW Calgary For details see http://www.murrietas.ca/
- 100.14 mi0.14 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
In regard to NHL Hockey (Go Sharks!), the most recent lockout, and my occasional visits to Flames Central over the years: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the ...
- 110.01 mi0.01 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
This is a chain but with a wide variety on its menu, it's a good option for reasonably priced food that is usually well prepared. It's not gourmet, but the various locations also means it's likely to be nearby when visiting various areas of the city.
- 120.15 mi0.15 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
This restaurant has an ideal location across from the Jack Singer Performing Arts Centre and next to Olympic Plaza. The downside is the expensive menu. While the food is usually pretty good, I am not always certain it is worth the cost. The wine list is extensive and tends to be pretty pricey as well.
- 130.23 mi0.23 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
This is a local chain that does fairly good casual food such as sandwiches, salads, pasta and usual range of meat and fish entrees. Nothing innovative or exotic but reliably tasty. I've tried the locations elsewhere and they appear to be consistent.
- 140.73 mi0.73 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar4 reviews
The River Cafe is an attractive restaurant among a pretty Prince's Island. Walking here within Downtown Calgary is almost half the fun. I dined here recently as part of a Business trip. This is a "Local and Sustainable" food place and it executes this well with very good food attractively presented. The wine list was interesting (albeit with a relatively ...Popular withFamiliesBusinessFoodies
- 150.49 mi0.49 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar3 reviews
2012 UPDATE Our Team had to work one Saturday, but there was still time for a leisurely late Lunch on the Patio at Joey's. It was a warm Indian Summer day and who knows how long it would be until the weather would "Fall Off the Cliff"? Service was friendly and attentive, the Lunch conversation was stimulating, and my Lobster ...Popular withBusinessFamiliesFoodies
- 160.53 mi0.53 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar3 reviews
This Good Earth Coffee Shop is located at the Eau Claire Market and is one conveniently located Starbucks alternative. There's also a Tim's not far away and an even better Caffè Artigiano at Shell Centre a few blocks up. I like my Coffee fresh and black, of which Good Earth does well. There's also a decent pastry selection and optional ...Popular withBusinessFamiliesFoodies
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- 190.56 mi0.56 mi from Divino Bistro and Wine Bar1 review
I'm married to a stunning Red Head. I'm also rolling into Week 3 of a long business trip and really really miss Gayle. So do you think that I would walk into a place based only on its name? Redheads is also my kind of place as this place specializes in Montreal-style bagels and smoked meat, Winnipeg cream cheeses and ...
- 200.77 mi