Mothers Day


Celebrate Mother’s Day on May 10th with a walk in the park and Weekend Brunch at River Café.

Reservations Essential.

We are open all day throughout Mother’s Day weekend.

See the Weekend Brunch Menu HERE>

Cakebread Cellars Dinner

Tuesday April 14, 2015

Join us for an extraordinary evening with Dennis Cakebread from Cakebread Cellars in Napa Valley. Founded in 1973 by Jack and Dolores Cakebread, this family winery has become one of the most successful and respected in America, renowned for its world-class vineyards, wines, and hospitality.

Find out more HERE >

Easter Weekend


Join us the weekend of April 4th to 6th and enjoy our à la carte Weekend Brunch Menu,  available from 10am to 3pm Saturday and Sunday.

Along with our Spring Dinner Menu, Chef Andrew Winfield will be preparing a feature dish of Applewood Smoked Broek Farms Berkshire Ham.

Watch for the early spring arrival of Wild Fiddleheads and Foraged Stinging Nettle available while they last.

We are open all day Easter Sunday and Monday -- we look forward to welcoming you.

Reservations recommended.


Roots & Shoots 2015


Roots and Shoots is a unique collaborative dinner dedicated to showcase the very best ‘good, clean and fair’ ingredients from Alberta’s growers and producers. At a challenging time of year when the ‘roots’ are almost gone and the ‘shoots’ are just emerging, accomplished local chefs join forces to create an exceptional evening presenting their unique expressions of the region in celebration of spring’s return.

See all our upcoming events HERE >

Tickets now available through
Slow Food Calgary

Winner - Top 10 Restaurants in Calgary


Thank you Avenue Magazine and all of our guests for including us in Calgary's Best Restaurants 2014!

"When you step back and take a look at the progression of western Canada's food scene over the past 15 or so years, it's hard not to put Sal Howell's Prince's Island eatery at the forefront of it all..." Dan Clapson

Read all about the award winning restaurants and chefs HERE

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