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Bridgette Yarwood Duo will be joining us Thursday, August 18th at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar between 6:00 PM and 9:30 PM to pump up the crowd with some soul music.
Bridgette Yarwood is a professional singer, songwriter, touring and recording artist from Lethbridge, Alberta. With a sultry smooth style that evokes memories of old jazz and R&B, Bridgette’s fresh, clear voice and rich tone soothes the soul, whether she’s serenading with a quiet love song or belting out a big number. She is also a full-time singing instructor & music mentor teaching out of her studio, Sing A Song That’s Yours Vocal Studios. In 2015, her band released their self-titled album "Outrun the Arrow”, available on any major streaming service.
Hyatt Regency Calgary is delighted to share that John O’Connell has been appointed to General Manager. John brings over 37 years of industry experience to the hotel and has spent the last 30 years with Hyatt holding a variety of positions. He worked at 9 different hotels and was also the Corporate Director of Food and Beverage for Hyatt’s Americas region.
O’Connell’s Hyatt journey has taken him to Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor, Wild Dunes - A Destination by Hyatt Resort, Hyatt Regency Buffalo, Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Gainey Ranch, Hyatt Regency Lake Las Vegas Resort and Spa, Hyatt Regency La Jolla at the Aventine, Hyatt Rickeys in Palo Alto, Hyatt Regency Long Beach, and Hyatt Regency Sacramento.
“I am honored to have been selected to lead the team in Calgary. The culture of care is very evident in this hotel and it will be my pleasure to join the Hyatt family at this hotel that is such an icon in the community,” said O’Connell.
O’Connell graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a degree in Communications and Public Relations. He also attended Cornell University, School of Hotel Administration’s Professional Development Program. His passion for the food and beverage industry is what led him to his career at Hyatt. Growing up in northern California, close to Napa Valley, easily allowed him to become a wine aficionado and in 1994 he became a professional Sommelier.
O’Connell and his wife Judy enjoy spending time outside with their golden retriever, Roxy. They are avid cyclists and hikers and really looking forward to exploring all of the great outdoor activities that Alberta has to offer.
Get into the Calgary Stampede spirit with live music performed by local country musicians at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar. Thomsons will be hosting a country music series featuring performances by Calgary musicians. The lineup for the series includes:
July 10, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Michela Sheedy is an Okotoks-born and raised country singer-songwriter. She has graced some of the most esteemed stages both nationally and internationally including Ranchman’s Cookhouse and Dancehall, Cowboy’s Nightclub, Big Valley Jamboree, the Budweiser Stage and Country Thunder. She is an official Calgary Flames and NHL performer of the Canadian and American national anthems. Her music is described as raw, unbridled and all heart.
July 13, 6:00 - 9:00 PM
Allan Barrett is a cover artist extraordinaire who has been performing since the age of 13. An accomplished guitarist and singer, his music will remind you of the styles of Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, and The Guess Who, just to name a few. Any song you can think of, he probably knows it.
July 16, 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Anna Lewis is a Calgary singer-songwriter who brings her own twist to the country-pop genre of music. Playing her own original tunes, along with many known covers, she is able to engage audiences in a great night of music!
Stop by Thomsons Kitchen & Bar located along Stephen Avenue and Centre Street for a memorable night of country tunes, great Canadian fare, draft beers and specialty cocktails. The Stampede grounds are located just a few C-Train stops away.
Hyatt Regency Calgary will be participating in the first pancake breakfast of the 2022 Stampede season - First Flip. The free pancake breakfast will take place on July 7th between 7:30 AM and 10:30 AM along Stephen Avenue Walk between 1st Street SE and Centre Street. Hyatt Regency Calgary will be serving up fresh berries and cream alongside members of the City of Calgary’s civic partners who will be flipping pancakes and sausages.
First Flip is an annual pancake breakfast proudly hosted by the Calgary Downtown Association, Calgary Arts Development, Calgary Economic Development, Calgary TELUS Convention Centre, Platform Calgary and Tourism Calgary. This year's entertainment will feature performances by Red Hot Hayseed, Emily Triggs, Justine Vandergrift, Liz Christensen, Green Fools and Chinook Country Line Dancers. Calgary Arts Development’s President and CEO, Patti Pon, and director of Engagement & Reconciliation, Sable Sweetgrass, will also give short remarks during the event.
Hyatt Regency Calgary is pleased to announce the appointment of Jayme Mitchell as Director of Sales, Events and Marketing. Jayme brings extensive management experience from his previous role of Director of Sales and Marketing at the Seven Chiefs Sportsplex and Chief Jim Starlight Centre. Prior to that, Jayme was the Director of Sales at Grey Eagle Resort and Casino and brings thirteen years of experience working with hospitality brands such as Delta, Coast, and Radisson.
Jayme was born and raised in Calgary and shares a passion for the city he calls home. Working in the hospitality industry, his goal is to bolster tourism in Calgary by showcasing the beauty of the city and the surrounding Rocky Mountains.
“My first real memory of growing up in Calgary was the Winter Olympics in 1988. I remember, even back then, feeling that Calgary was a very cool place to live. I still feel that way, and I am grateful to call Calgary home and raise my family in this vibrant, friendly city,” said Jayme Mitchell, Hyatt Regency Calgary’s new Director of Sales, Events and Marketing. “While we were all impacted by the pandemic over the past two years, one thing I learned was to appreciate the people in my life – family, friends, and colleagues. I am very passionate about the hospitality industry and it’s great to see how eager colleagues are to help and assist guests, World of Hyatt members, and the rest of our team. I am proud to join Hyatt Regency Calgary’s team of hospitality professionals as Director of Sales, Events and Marketing, it’s a true privilege to represent one of the world’s most prestigious hospitality brands.”
Jayme’s diverse experience in and around the Calgary area will be a great asset to the Hyatt Regency Calgary leadership team. In his spare time, Jayme enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with his wife and three daughters.
Country singer-songwriter Alex Hughes will be performing in the Lineham Lobby at Hyatt Regency Calgary on Friday, May 20th from 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM. She will be sharing some of her pop-country originals and popular cover music. Alex came crashing onto the Alberta music scene in 2019 with her debut single, “Strong As You”. In 2021, she released her hit single “After 31” which was added to CBC Country on Sirius XM and streamed more than 60,000 times on Spotify. Her music is influenced by the likes of LeAnn Rimes, Snoop Dogg and Destiny’s Child.
Alex has played for audiences across North America including The House of Blues on Sunset Boulevard, the iconic Tootsies in Nashville, and Nashville North at The Calgary Stampede.
Celebrate Mother's Day with family at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar's Mother's Day Brunch Buffet on Sunday, May 8. Dine to your hearts content on eggs benedict, orange french toast, spring salads, charcuterie, roast Alberta prime rib, oven-roasted B.C. salmon, Alberta chicken breast, seafood, dim sum, and mini desserts. Pair your brunch with Thomsons' Sunday cocktail specials including mimosas and caesars.
$75 + GST per person
$32 + GST per person for children ages 6-12
Complimentary for children ages 5 and below
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Complimentary self-parking is based on availability. Present your parking ticket to a Thomsons server for validation.
Call 403 537 4449
Celebrate the month of May with Stillwater Spa's Afternoon Tea & Treatment. The luxury spa package includes a 1-hour Relaxation Massage with body butter enhancement, Signature Pedicure followed by high tea overlooking Stephen Avenue. Munch on blueberry and lemon lavender scones, mini sandwiches, lemon meringue tarts, chocolate éclairs, banana bread and french macarons. Swap your tea for prosecco for an extra $15.
$295 + GST per person on weekdays
$310 + GST per person on weekends
May 1 to 31, Wednesday to Sunday from noon to 4:00 PM. Advanced booking is required. Please call Stillwater Spa directly at 403 537 4474 or email firstname.lastname@example.org during off hours.
Spice up your Friday evening with dinner and a show by Michela Sheedy. The country singer-songwriter will be performing from 7:00 - 9:00 PM at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar.
Born and raised in Okotoks, Sheedy's music has been described as "unapologetic, raw, soulful, sultry, good ol’ country music". Sheedy has performed alongside the likes of Keith Urban, Dallas Smith, Dean Brody, Aaron Goodvin and Lonestar. She was chosen as an RBCxMusic 'First Up Emerging Artist' and was titled 'Notable Life’s Breakout Canadian Musician of the Year' in 2020.
Celebrate Easter Sunday with Thomsons Kitchen & Bar's Easter Brunch Buffet on April 17. The spread includes eggs benedict, french toast, spring salads, soup, charcuterie, carving stations, seafood, dim sum, and dessert. The carving station features a sea salt-crusted roast Alberta beef with peppercorn jus, horseradish and grainy mustard. The dessert station includes blueberry cheesecake, lemon meringue tartlets, carrot cake, mini eggs cupcakes, and an assortment of candy. Sprog & Sprocket will be providing a soft play area for children.
$75 per person
$32 for children
Complimentary for children under 5
10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Call 403 537 4449 or email email@example.com
Country singer-songwriter Aaron Pollock will be performing live at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar Friday, April 8 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. In 2017, Pollock was recognized by the Nashville Songwriters Association as “One to Watch”. Pollock released his debut single “Nothing Much These Days” in May, 2018 which has amassed over 180,000 streams on Spotify. Pollock has collaborated with artists including ANNIKA, Spencer Cheyne, Justin Kudding and Ben Chase. Other popular songs released by Aaron Pollock include “The Truth Is”, “About Her” and “Wildfire”.
Stop by Thomsons Kitchen & Bar on April 8th for an evening of Canadian fare, locally brewed beer, and specialty cocktails.
Nadi Downs of Groove Theory will be performing live at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar for an epic St. Patty's Day celebration. Groove Theory is a collective of Canadian musicians managed and produced by Jamil Ahmed. The performing artist is Nadi Downs, a Calgary RnB musician who has opened for well-known artists such as Omarion, Marcus Houston, LLyd, KC, Jojo, and Boyz to Men. Downs and Ahmed will be performing from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
Thomsons will be serving Irish-themed food & drink specials for the evening. Green beer on tap for $6, Irish whiskey and cocktails for $8, Guinness BBQ pulled bison sandwiches and Bailey's crème brûlée.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that Hyatt Regency Calgary welcomes Alexander Schäfer as Executive Chef. Schäfer began his culinary career in his home city of Würzburg, Germany where he completed a dual apprenticeship program at the Maritim Hotel Würzburg. Schäfer first joined the Hyatt family in 2011 at the Andaz Liverpool Street Station hotel in London.
Of his notable accomplishments, Schäfer was part of the opening team at Grand Hyatt Sanya Haitang Bay in China. More recently, he worked in a dual role as Executive Sous Chef and Purchasing Manager at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe before relocating to Calgary to accept his role as Executive Chef. His diverse international experience will be a true asset to the Hyatt Regency Calgary team.
Schäfer was inspired to pursue a career in the culinary arts by his grandparents’ home cooking and passion for horticulture. His culinary vision for Hyatt Regency Calgary and its restaurant Thomsons Kitchen & Bar is to refine modern Canadian cuisine to reflect the diversity of Canadians while using locally sourced ingredients. Schäfer has begun by incorporating Canadian-raised bison into Thomsons Kitchen & Bar’s menu and draws upon international influences for his signature dishes. His aim is to elevate Hyatt Regency Calgary’s events catering menu by drawing upon his knowledge of international cuisines and methods of preparation used by top chefs. He is also passionate about vegan cuisine and adamant about providing enticing vegan options.
This Valentine’s Day, treat the love of your life with the ultra-luxurious Royal Experience at Hyatt Regency Calgary. This $4,999 package includes a couple’s massage at Stillwater Spa, martini station, caviar & bottle of Dom Perignon, six-course dinner prepared by Hyatt chefs, serenade by Kate Stevens and an overnight stay in the Royal Suite covered in roses. The following day, you will be chauffeured to Holt Renfrew for a $2,000 private shopping experience with a personal shopper.
The Royal Experience is available February 12 or 14th and includes valet parking, early check-in and late checkout. Call Melanie at 403-537-4413 to book today.
This Valentine's Day, Thomsons Kitchen & Bar at Hyatt Regency Calgary is serving a special four-course dinner for two with a bottle of sparkling wine. The menu includes Royal Canadian P.E.I. Oysters, Wild Mushroom Bisque, a Surf 'N' Turf entrée and Strawberry Cheesecake Mousse for dessert. Thomsons is also offering a vegan option including Chickpeas Three Ways, Tomato Bisque, Wild Musroom Risotto and Chocolate Decadence Cake.
Calgary musician Kate Stevens will be performing classic love songs and some of her original RnB tunes from 5:30 - 8:30 PM throughout the dinner. The Valentine's Dinner is $199 for two, available February 12 & 14. Call 403 537 4449 to reserve a table.
Thomsons Kitchen & Bar at Hyatt Regency Calgary returns with its famous Christmas Day Buffet. Enjoy a delectable feast of charcuterie, soups, salads, seafood, dim sum, grilled vegetables, carving stations and Christmas desserts.
The action stations will include Steamed Mussels, Dessert Crepes, Slow-Roasted Alberta Prime Rib, Maple Dijon Glazed Country Ham, Traditional Roast Alberta Free-run Turkey with Apple Sage Stuffing and Cinnamon & Orange Scented Cranberry Sauce. Musician Al Barrett will be performing a range of Christmas music and popular cover songs while you dine.
The Christmas Day buffet is $125 + GST per person. Children ages 6 to 12 enjoy a special rate of $48. The buffet is complimentary for kids ages five and below. Seating hours are 11:00 AM, 1:30 PM, 4:30 PM and 6:30 PM. Take away is not available for the buffet. To reserve a table, please call 403 537 4449.
Plans for Christmas Eve? Thomsons Kitchen & Bar will be serving a special four course plated dinner to the jazz stylings of Mary Boyes and Andréa Petrity. The jazz duo will be performing from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. The menu for the evening will be as follows:
Christmas Eve Plated Dinner Menu
Coconut Roasted Maple Butternut Squash Soup
Poached Pear & Farm Green Salad
Silver Sterling Beef Wellington
Blood Orange Curd Tart & Sticky Toffee Pudding Duo
Christmas Eve dinner is $90 + GST per person. Children ages 6 to 12 enjoy a special rate of $35. dinner is complimentary for kids ages five and below. Take away is available for $99 + GST to be picked up between 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM. To book a table or to request take away, please call 403 537 4449.
Kate Stevens will be playing Christmas tunes and some of her original RnB music at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar December 17 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
Stevens received multiple nominations and was awarded RnB Artist of the Year and Solo Artist of the Year at the 2020 YYC Music Awards. As the founder of Youth Musicians of Music Mile Alliance (YOMOMMA), Stevens has focused on connection, mentorship and performance opportunities for other aspiring youth musicians.
Join us for a merry evening of fine Canadian cuisine and live music.
Santa Claus is coming to Hyatt Regency Calgary! You’ll get two chances to meet Santa, December 12 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM and December 19 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM in the main floor lobby.
Please note that due to provincial government mandates, Santa and attendees over the age of 2 must wear a face covering and people over the age of 12 will be required to show proof of double vaccination before visiting with Santa.
Come down to Thomsons Kitchen & Bar for a special live performance by Calgary pop musician Adam Ambrose. Ambrose started by writing music in his bedroom at his parent's house. In 2019, he released his first EP, "Little Green Cabins", which featured a track called “Relax”. Upon release, “Relax” was picked up by several of Spotify’s “New Music Friday” playlists, including the global one which helped it gain over 100,000 streams in its first week alone.
Recently his song "Heroes" was featured on Canadian national news which landed him opening acts for Tate McRae and Loverboy. Ambrose continues to use his platform and massive Tik Tok following to share his music and raise money for the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Don't miss this rare pop-up show Thursday, November 25 from 8:30 PM to 10:30 PM.
The 5th Annual Calgary International Fashion & Arts Week kicks off Saturday, November 20 at 4:00 PM with the "BEHIND THE COLOURS" Fashion Show at Hyatt Regency Calgary.
CIFAW 2021 is hosted by Spotlight Couronne Internationale Inc. in partnership with Alma Armada & Company Ltd. ACE Career College, Moneylyn Marketing Solutions and Hyatt Regency Calgary. Benefits of the event will go to the Calgary Food Bank and Grain of Hope.
Every year, Spotlight Couronne International's event has stayed true to its core values celebrating diversity, inclusion and passion. Every show highlights the relevance of creating a platform to showcase creations that convey these messages.
Get your tickets at eventbrite.ca.
Come down to Thomsons Kitchen & Bar. Friday, November 19 for an engaging musical performance by cover artist Al Barrett.
Al is an accomplished guitarist and singer with over 500 songs in his wheelhouse. His music will remind you of the styles of Pink Floyd, The Eagles, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, Stevie Wonder and The Guess Who, just to name a few. Don't be shy, Al is happy to take song requests.
Enjoy an exciting evening of great food and even better company. Al will be playing from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM.
Pop-country singer Alex Hughes will be playing at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar Wednesday, November 17 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM.
After the release of her debut single "Strong As You" in 2019, Alex has been making waves in the Alberta music scene; collaborating with artists within the Country music community and beyond. Notable collaborations include a feature vocal performance on Canadian Pop artist Fayence Dream's album "Hang up on Me" and the Blue Jay Sessions group collaborative song "Sitting on Top of the World".
Stop by for a lively evening of country music, great food, craft beer and specialty cocktails.
Rock musician/indie artist Danny Nix will be playing at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar, this Remembrance Day from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
Danny is a master cover artist ranging from The Tragically Hip, Matchbox Twenty, Elton John to the Backstreet Boys. Don't miss an unforgettable evening of live music, Canadian cuisine, craft beer and signature cocktails.
Calgary's own country singer-songwriter Aaron Pollock will be playing at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar Friday, October 22 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
Pollock has over 800 songs in his repetoire with popular tunes featured on Spotify and iTunes. He won “Songwriter of the Year” at the 2021 Country Music Alberta Awards and hit #1 on iTunes Canada for his co-write of “All Over It” by Ben Chase in January 2019. He has gained recognition from the Nashville Songwriters Association as ‘One to Watch’ in 2017, and most recently scored his first Top 40 track at Canadian Country Radio for his co-write of “I Really Don’t Want To” by ANNIKA.
Join us for a joyful evening of live music, great food, craft beer and specialty cocktails.
The Patio of Thomsons Kitchen & Bar is open to accommodate your al fresco dining needs. Look forward to delicious grub featuring patio favorites such as dry ribs, chicken wings and steak bites. Got an even bigger appetite? Choose from our selection of paninis, juicy burgers and lip-smacking entrées.
Plan to stay longer with our All-Day Happy Hour offering food + beer for just $15! Offered daily starting at 11:00 AM.
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Driving into Calgary or planning a staycation? Keep us top of mind for your quick local getaway. From bed and breakfast to park and stay packages, we have a range of special rates and room offers that will make the most of your stay.
Hyatt Regency Calgary is taking Hyatt Loves Local to the next level by participating in an ongoing collaboration with Calgary Community Fridge, a project that provides fresh groceries on a “give what you can, take what you need” basis.
This summer of 2021, the hotel will be growing and harvesting its own vegetables and greens on its rooftop garden to be donated to the community fridge. Hyatt Regency Calgary will then identify a special group of Harvest Gatherers composed of locally-based World of Hyatt members including local food bloggers, meeting planners and corporate partners. This group will be invited to the hotel when it’s time to harvest the produce and will also be involved in safely packaging the items that will be donated to the Calgary Community Fridge. The Harvest Gatherers will be briefed on food safety and wear protective gear prior to harvesting. The number of invited volunteers will be based on the group gathering restrictions implemented by the local government at the time.
In terms of dropping off the packaged produce, this will be executed by the hotel’s executive sous chef and/or a member of the Leadership Committee.
The first harvest is expected in June 2021 and will last until early Fall, which marks the end of the growing season in Calgary. This commitment will continue on a yearly basis from then on.
About Calgary Community Fridge
Calgary Community Fridge is a mutual aid project aimed at addressing food equity in Calgary by helping those facing financial insecurity access free, fresh and healthy food 24/7. Since the pandemic hit, the program needed more support than ever due to the increasing need to provide fresh and healthy foods to community members who are financially struggling because of job loss.
Hyatt Regency Calgary has always been committed to fostering a culture of environmental consciousness among our colleagues.
Listed below are a few of the environmental initiatives embraced by the hotel in an effort to continue minimizing our impact on the environment, while providing great service to our guests and clients.
- Progressive 95% off all lights in the hotel are LED
- Complete compost and recycling program in which diverts 40% of hotel waste away from a landfill
- Reduced water consumption by 25%
- Reduced energy consumption by 25%
- Installed filtered tap water in guestroom bathrooms to reduce use of plastic bottles
- Grow own vegetables and herbs in the hotel’s rooftop garden
- Promote sustainability by sourcing fresh, locally produced ingredients from regional farmers and ranchers in Alberta
- Cleanliness and safety partnership with toxin-free natural skin care brand Rocky Mountain Soap Company
- Member of the Green Key Eco-Rating Program
We are pleased to announce that Hyatt Regency Calgary is the very first Calgary luxury hotel to achieve a Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC) STAR accreditation — the gold standard for prepared facilities. Under the guidance of GBAC, a division of ISSA renowned as a worldwide cleaning industry association, our hotel has implemented the most stringent protocols for cleaning, disinfection and infectious disease prevention in all our areas and facilities.
To achieve this accreditation, Hyatt Regency Calgary has successfully demonstrated compliance with GBAC’s 20 core elements which range from standard operating procedures and risk assessment strategies, to PPE, emergency preparedness and response measures.
We take pride in providing our patrons and guests the care and confidence in their stay, dining and spa experiences with us. Learn more about GBAC STAR accreditation at www.gbac.org.
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Indulge in classic breakfast favourites and signature pub dishes on extended brunch hours at Thomsons Kitchen & Bar. Our top picks are Buttermilk Pancakes, Avocado Toast, Eggs Benedict, Alebrta Beef Burger and Fish & Chips. Sip on Mimosa and enjoy what's left of summer at our Patio - now open.
Saturdays & Sundays: 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Guests dining enjoy complimentary self-parking is available at the hotel's parkade based on availability. Please present your parking ticket to a Thomsons server for validation.
Don’t want to miss an episode? Stream content to your in-room TV with Google Chromecast, available via the Hyatt app downloadable in the App Store and Google Play.
Connect and stream your favorite apps like Netflix®, YouTube®, Spotify® and more than 1,000 others, from your iPhone®, iPad®, Android device, or laptop to your in-room TV.
Chromecast is easy to use throughout your stay:
- No need to enter a code or personal credentials.
- No need to own a Chromecast device or bring one along.
- Stream photos, videos, and presentations.
- Entertainment is supported in virtually any language.
- You’ll automatically be logged out when you check out.
Who can use Chromecast?
Chromecast and other special features within the Hyatt app are available to World of Hyatt members and guests who book direct on hyatt.com.
How does it work?
Once you’ve checked in to your room, select the My Stay option within the Hyatt app to pair your device to your in-room TV, then choose any supported app to begin streaming.
Thomsons at Hyatt Regency Calgary has reopened after completing its contemporary transformation. Formerly called Sandstone Lounge, the new Thomsons Kitchen & Bar offers Canadian cookery presented in a contemporary manner. The menu is focused on shared plates that are ingredient driven with sections dedicated to innovative yet comforting vegetable-forward cuisines and hearty mains. It has been redefined as a mixed-use destination for casual dining, after-work drinks and celebrations.
Despite its redesign, the award-winning outlet retained its original sandstone walls and brick archways from the 1890s showcasing the history and tradition of Alberta. The renewed and modernized Thomsons currently offers three incomparable food and beverage experiences: an innovative restaurant with an exciting menu offering Canadian dishes prepared in a modern way; a bold and stylish bar serving a well-thought of selection of wines, beers and specialty cocktails; and a Social Hub dedicated to hosting weddings, corporate parties and private events.