This funky little neighbourhood is growing and growing! Known as the home of some of the city’s  best music venues and the oldest blues club in YYC, this community is also starting to get some of the latest and greatest bistros and bars. Check out the brunch scene on the weekend at these best brunch spots! 

Bite Groceteria and Café

Bite’s kitchen is like nothing you’ve seen in a grocery store. Headed by Gold Medalist Chef Yoshi Chubachi, Bite’s kitchen provides in-store dining, take away meals, cook at home meals and catering. Focused on authentic dining pleasure, Bite Groceteria is a second-to-none foodie wonderland. From the artwork on the walls to the food on your plate, to the ingredients in your basket, Bite has provided Calgary with a new way to explore the best of food. Stop by for a  perfectly made omelette, french toast, cappuccino or gelato at their Cappuccino and Gelato Bar featuring products from Café Umbria espresso and Fiasco Gelato. Try an in-house fresh baked pastry to compliment your delicious coffee treat.

Cinquecento Cucina

Cinquecento Cucina is a new (ish) Italian restaurant in Inglewood. They serve classic Italian dishes with a fresh spin, specializing in hand made pastas and Pizza and are now offering a delicious weekend brunch! Enjoy traditional eats like eggs & bacon-made special with European thich cut bacon and Italian roasted potatoes. Try the frittata with spicy Italian sausage, Italian french toast or the cowboy breakfast pizza-smoked beef brisket, jalepenos and topped with a sunny side up egg. Feel free to hit snooze, they serve brunch until 3pm Saturday and Sunday. Head in for a brunch date- Italian style, with your love or the whole family this weekend!

The Fine Diner

The Fine Diner is exactly that – it’s a new school (mighty fine) diner located in Old School Inglewood that specializes in modern comfort food. Their philosophy is to buy the best local ingredients & make their guests the very best “scratch” breakfasts and lunches available. What they don’t make it in house they rely on local artisans for. Their eggs are from Tschetter farm, their bacon is house cured and hand cut from Sunterra farms and their bread is from Sidewalk citizen bakery. They grow their own produce and harvest their own honey. My point is, everything here is fresh, so everything here is going to be delicious and full of flavour. Looking to spice up your day? Try their Jalapeño Mac & Cheese and maybe wash it down with a bubbly mimosa.

Red’s Diner: Ramsay Location

Turning farm fresh ingredients into modern comfort food, this awesome diner serves delicious breakfast all day. So good, they just had to open a second location in the Inglewood-Ramsay area. Red’s menu includes bacon and egg classics, their famous Eggs Benny, original omelettes and fluffy pancakes. Try their Montreal smoked meat hash and eggs. They also offer lighter options such as tofu scrambles, breakfast parfaits and red quinoa. A breakfast place is no good without some decent morning java. Red’s has kicked it up a notch and is one of the few non-pub brunch spots that have a liquor license, which means you can have your bacon and your bailey’s too.


The Nash is located in Inglewood’s historic cornerstone building – The National Hotel – built in 1908. The décor is modern with a mix of the building’s bustling history. Brunch is a beautiful selection of mouthwatering dishes that will leave you satisfied and coming back for more.