If you think I speak in hyperbole, here's what our itinerary between noon and 8pm looked like: 1) Brunch at Ten Foot Henry -> 2) Shakes and fries at Re:Grub -> 3) Beer Flights from the Cold Garden taproom -> 4) Hot Chocolates and 'pork wings' at PZA Parlour -> 5) Beer Flights from Banded Peak Brewing -> 6) All you can eat hot pot at Regency Palace. Aside from making our way from place to place, the only downtime we had in between was spent buying beer at Oak and Vine, and sodas and potato chips at Bite Groceteria.
Just the lead off photo to entice you.
Kris and Nicole at Ten Foot Henry - the very reason my palate feels enriched, but my stomach feels destroyed this morning.
Immediately upon finishing brunch, we walked here.
For some delicious milkshakes.
And some asiago truffle fries.
Next up: Cold Garden taproom.
Flights served with old sawed off skis.
Pool noodle decor. It's eclectic, to say the least.
The beautiful wooden bar, burned by electricity.
PZA Parlour's signature concoction for YYC Hot Chocolate Fest. Nutella infused, pop rock rimmed glass, marshmallow foam, and topped with an Italian donut.
The only appropriate thing to do with delicious pop rocks stuck on your glass.
Delightful Pork 'wings' at PZA.
The taproom at Banded Peak Brewing.
More beer flights. Fun side note: You can get 1 litre cans of the craft brews here!
And to cap off the glutton fest, we finished with some all you can eat hot pot at Regency Palace. I regret nothing.
While not food related, we went out for a stroll to walk off a calorie or two from the day's events. This was the 'Nibbles' installation for the Glow Downtown Winter Lights Festival.