Where’s the beef? Calgary of course!
For those of you who didn’t know the answer to that question, let us explain. In Calgary, beef is a serious subject, which is why Calgary is also know as Cowtown. Alberta is in the heart of Canadian Beef Country, where 70 percent of the country’s beef is produced. Proudly carnivorous, this western city on the edge of the Rockies is devoted to the ranch way of life and Prime Alberta beef.
For visitors to Calgary, there are several places to indulge in a love for beef—here are five options for tasting the pride of Alberta.
Main photo by Gord McKenna
Waheeda Harris may live in Toronto, but her heart remains in her home province of British Columbia. A freelance journalist for fifteen years, she writes about art, décor, design and travel.