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About The Nash
Taking the focus on great food and excellent service cultivated at Michael Noble’s first restaurant, NOtaBLE, The Nash throws an inventive new menu and a dash of urban grit into the mix. Join us and enjoy the start of a new chapter in the history of The Nash.
Calgary, AB T2G 0R4
Canadian, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:30pm, Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday: 11:00am - 2:00pm
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Live Blues every Thursday night in Off Cut Bar
For lunch we have lots of street parking available as well as 12 private stalls at the rear of the building. After 4:30pm our parking expands to all 50 of the private stalls at the rear of the building.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
The Nash Ratings and Reviews
Different experience this time. Our server wasn’t as attentive as we have seen in the past, she missed a side order, never explained specials for the evening, didn’t offer water after our bottled sparkling water was finished, overall seemed very uninterested. I was also disappointed to learn that they don’t offer the rib eye steak in their menu anymore ... omg, this was the main thing that had me coming back. I don’t know now.
Excellent care and attention from staff. Food very high quality and interesting. The noise, for me, was the undoing. We were meeting with people that we haven’t seen in some time. Difficult to converse. If I were thirty again and wanting to see and be seen, perfect. Wish the Stilton Cheesecake was still on Michael’s menu.
Well worth the price and drive, the prime rib was amazing, just the right amount of smoky goodness with a fantastic red wine reduction. I would have liked the noise level to be lower but Friday night and the place was hopping. The potatoe rolls were a good copy from Notables.
Food & wine were great, but noise level was way too loud where we were sitting in order to visit & to celebrate TWO birthdays on that day!!! We should have been seated someplace quieter for our special occasion. And, these 2 birthdays on same night were NOT acknowledged, even with a tiny piece of dessert with a candle!!! How often do 2 birthdays of friends for over 35 years happen???
Also, since when do we PAY for TAP water in Calgary???? If you are going to charge us... AT LEAST INFORM us!!! I might have ordered bottled water then. Just because that money was to go to charity, you still do NOT decide where my money goes - I DECIDE. And we provide extremely well I might add; no need for “direction” . We HAVE paid for tap water, but in Third World countries and impoverished areas...THAT makes sense.
We went to celebrate a birthday. The food was really good - starting with a beetroot salad. We had flat irons steak and homemade rigatoni. Too full for dessert but the choices looked appetizing.
Service was attentive on a very busy Saturday night but it got pretty loud at one point. Prices are Hugh but food was worth it!
Fantastic meal. Busy place. Great atmosphere. Would have loved to sit on the restaurant side where the tables were spread apart a little more. On the bar side, the tables are so close together it was hard to have a conversation.
Can't wait to go back again.
The rotisserie fish was dry, the eggplant was good, overall the meal was acceptable but not great. Server was visibly disappointed when we opted not to order alcohol. Someone came by and asked me if I wanted my plate cleared while I was literally moving food from it to my mouth? I think the food and staff where better when the restaurant first opened and they were hungry for a good impression. Given the cost of food there, I probably wont return anytime soon.
We were there to hear Joshua Smith and ordered drinks and appetizers. I had made a reservation in advance and in retrospect, should have indicated I was looking for lounge seating. Our server was lovely and the food a drinks were good. The seating configuration was not the best and after a couple of hours sitting on a backless bar stool and being jostled (unintentionally) by folks congregating around the bar, we decided to leave before the performance was done. The accoustics and sound level could be better for sure, even taking into consideration it is a restaurant. It was difficult to chat inbetween songs.
Wonderful experience. My wife and I had the Sunday family cuisine, and it was delicious. Our waiter was very efficient, and had several tables to look after, but still spent the time to give us personal service. He was very knowledgeable about the food and the history of the building. Proportions were just right, and we left feeling full. General menu items are on the pricey side, but the Sunday selection menu is a good value. I see us returning at some point, and perhaps bringing along another couple to share the experience with.
Dinner out with parents to celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary. For a Sunday evening the place was packed, noise level was a bit high but manageable. Food takes old-fashioned staples (tenderloin, liver, rotisserie chicken) and rethinks them for today as rich, but lighter-portioned dishes. Every flavour was spot-on, every side dish worth eating on its own; the cuts of meat tender and well-seasoned. Our waiter was both welcoming and witty, and handled our few special requests with aplomb.
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