There’s been a lot of hard-to-swallow restaurant closures in Calgary recently, so we are absolutely thrilled to be able to announce a new spot is opening next month.
Last week Brasserie’s owners Jacqueline Warrell and Cam Dobranski announced that they would be closing the doors after a decade of business, but that they’d be back soon with a new concept, and they certainly weren’t kidding about the “soon” part.
Eat Crow will be taking over Brasserie’s former space in Kensington, and it’s set to soft launch at the beginning of June.
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The new concept is described as a laid-back snack bar that will offer “classic snacks” (the majority of them veggie-friendly) made with quality ingredients at an approachable price point.
Think root vegetable tartare, handmade perogies, and a butterscotch cream puff to name a few.
In addition to this grub, Eat Crow will be serving up a curated beverage program offering cocktails and classic beer.
Eat Crow is, of course, preparing to open offering post-COVID dining requirements, which includes a casual and comfortable open seating arrangement.
We’ll keep you posted as more news about this spot is released.
Address: 100-1131 Kensington Road, Calgary