Relax at one of Calgary's favorite destinations at 4th Avenue Lounge. This popular eatery, located inside the International Hotel in downtown Calgary, features continental favorites, delectable finger foods, craft beer, cocktails and wine, in a cozy ambience, with inviting couches and bistro tables. 4th Avenue Lounge host a wildly popular happy hour, showcasing their savory creations, such as pulled pork poutine, popcorn shrimp, nachos, loaded potato skins and all-beef sliders that you can enjoy.
4th Avenue Lounge feature a full menu, including hearty, homemade soups and salads, as well as Indian, Italian, Mexican and American dishes and decadent, house-made dessert specialties.
This is one of my favorite places to get cozy and have a delicious meal with amazing service. Winnie the bartender provides top notch service every time I go.
The ladies serving us were very friendly. The food is good but the portions have shrunk since we were last there.
We really enjoyed our lunch at 4th Avenue Grill. The food was spot-on - tasty, reasonable, and a varied menu. Wine feature was fabulous and at a great price, and it wasn't too loud in there so my friend and I could actually talk without yelling. We will be back.
Great wonton soup, but overpriced! Chairs were filthy, but the soup keeps me coming back. $15?! too much!
Really enjoyed the quiet atmosphere and service. The seafood chowder was hearty and tasty. Was nice to have lunch where I didn't feel like I had to yell at the person across from me.
The menu was lacking in variety and definitely not kid friendly. Thank goodness for our great server because that was the only good thing about our experience there.
The food is always good. I really miss Danielle as a server!! The service isn't quite the same without her, but it is up to par!
Everything was just ok, although our Server was very lovely and efficient. The kitchen does not know how to make a Rueben Sandwich. The sandwich had no sauerkraut and it was served on white bread. Who makes a Rueben with white bread? The menu on their website seems to have more food choices than the menu you receive in the restaurant.
It seemed as though our server wasn't listening ... when she asked my friend if she wanted a 6 oz or 9 oz wine, she said 6 oz. but was given 9 oz (as I was having 9 oz). I asked for extra hot sauce with my wonton soup, so the server asked my friend if she wanted extra as well ... she didn't ... she got extra ....
This was the only place I could find downtown that could take our group of 18 last minute. It worked out great - they gave us the whole upstairs. Service was prompt and food was good.