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5 places serving dinner on Christmas Day in Calgary

Milena Petrovic Dec 22, 2017 2:48 pm 566

If all you want for Christmas is to skip the dishes then go on and call us Santa, we’ve got your solution.

With dinner buffets and multi-course meals being served on Christmas Day at some seriously awesome establishments, you can rest assured that by the end of the night your sink will stay empty and your stomach will be filled.

Here are five places serving dinner on Christmas Day in Calgary.

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1. Fairmont Palliser

Have a seat in the opulent Rimrock Dining Room between 4:30 to 9:30 pm for a five-course meal or you can enjoy a festive dinner buffet in the Crystal Ballroom from 2 to 7 pm.

Price: Rimrock Dining Room; $99 per adult; Crystal Ballroom; $117 per adult
Address: 133 9 Avenue SW

2. Hotel Blackfoot

This dinner buffet that includes a over 20 bottomless dishes including whipped nutmeg potatoes, tender turkey, and even a shellfish tower of King crab legs, lobster claws, and shrimp. View the entire menu here. Reservations required.

Price: $50 per adult
Address: 5940 Blackfoot Trail SE

3. Ric’s Lounge and Grill

Featuring a three-course meal with selection of five starters and six different main options including a filet mignon in a cognac cream sauce and a grilled wild Pacific salmon. You can end it all on a sweet note with one of four options for dessert.

Price: $39 for three-course meal, $22.95 for turkey dinner
Address: 2875 Sunridge Way NE

4. Thomson’s Restaurant at the Hyatt

Enjoy this elaborate dinner buffet that includes over 10 stations with a full carving, seafood, charcuterie, dim sum, soup, and even a candy and dessert station. View the full menu here.

Price: $84 per person
Address: 700 Centre Street SE

5. Carriage House Inn

From bottomless prime rib to crab legs and plenty of Canadian cheeses, this dinner buffet will leave you jolly as can be. View the full menu here.

Price: $49 per adult
Address: 9030 Macleod Trail S

Milena Petrovic
Milena is a freelance writer & photographer relying a bit too heavily on caffeine, sleep, & irony. She has carried (actual) hot sauce in her bag long before Beyoncé turned it into a baseball bat metaphor. With an insatiable appetite, you can find her dining throughout YYC & beyond looking for the next best meal & usually finding it.

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