Brasserie Kensington is closing its doors after a decade of operation

May 21 2020, 3:03 pm

Some more big restaurant news from Calgary’s Kensington neighbourhood today.

After a decade of operation, Brasserie Kensington has announced it will be closing its doors.

While Brasserie owners Cam Dobranski and Jacqueline Warrell will be shuttering this current concept, they teased that they are not keeping the 100-1131 Kensington Road doors closed for long.

The duo announced they have “something new up their sleeves” and it will be coming to Calgarians in June.

Folks can expect a new look, concept, and menu in Brasserie’s place. We’ll keep you posted as more details on the eatery are released.

Until then, you can still enjoy Brasserie’s takeout menu until Saturday, May 23, which will be this spot’s final day of service as you know it now.

At this rate, it seems Kensington will be a different place when it comes to food and beverage post-pandemic.

The neighbourhood has lost several loved local spots recently including the Midtown Kitchen & Bar and The Oak Tree Tavern, which closed after eight years of business.