The District at Beltline food hall opens in Calgary on March 3

A highly anticipated chef-driven food hall comes to Calgary

Photos provided by The District at Beltline

After months of anticipation, Calgary’s newest food hall is getting set to officially open its doors this week, offering diners a fantastic array of food and beverage options from a collection of the city’s top chefs and restaurateurs. 

Located in the former IBM Campus on 11th Avenue and 2nd Street S.W., The District at Beltline will be home to a combination of new concepts and familiar favourites from an all-star lineup of Calgary-based chefs. 

The new concepts that will be featured at the food hall include Takori (an Asian fusion taqueria from Foreign Concept chef Duncan Ly), Shrub Bloom (a vegetable-forward eatery from former The Coup and soon-to-be-open Milpa chef Adam Ryan), and Greenfish (a sustainability-focused quick service sushi restaurant that was originally developed by chefs Duncan Ly and Shokunin chef Darren MacLean for Avenida Food Hall.)

The food hall will also feature three already-existing Calgary concepts: Roy’s Korean Kitchen, Modern Burger, and Oishidesu Ramen Shack—the latter of which has been a relatively well-kept secret outside of South Calgary suburbia, so it will be nice to see chef Arce Morales’ cuisine reach more Calgarians. 

The District at Beltline opens on March 3 and will be open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. More information about each concept can be found online.