A Banff standby for ultracasual food and fast table service, whether you're rushing to get on the mountain, or looking for sustenance as you've just come off. Despite the name, there isn't all that much Southwestern food served here. Some of the best dishes, in fact, are the sweet-potato corn chowder served at lunch, or the sandwiches, such as Italian Melt: Genoa salami, capicola, provolone,... more
Not surprisingly, real estate in Banff must be at a premium. Like most other places we saw in town, the tables at Coyote’s were crowded together in a density unusual in most locations. But both locals and visitors gather here amiably enough, in a long narrow space that brings a touch of the southwest to the Canadian northwest. While in Banff, we took to asking folks at museums and shops for... more
We ate lunch there and were very pleased. Five of us ate dinner there and it was delicious. Very fresh. Very good quality.
Stuccoed walls, beamed ceilings, and prints of Native American artwork set the scene at this intimate cafe. A busy dining room vouches for its popularity, and diners sit elbow-to-elbow during lunch. Pizzas and calzones feature spicy peppers and zesty cheeses, while pastas are perfectly prepared with flavorful sauces and fresh herbs. Entrees include barbecued flank steak, grilled British... more