The Deane House

The venue for Pure West Art & Auction and Dinner in the Big Smoke
Calgary, Alberta

Deane House is one of the first buildings that ushers you into Calgary’s historic stockyards, Inglewood, and itself has a long history in the community. The home was originally built in 1906 for Captain Richard Deane, who was the superintendent of the North West Mounted Police at Fort Calgary at the time. The building has gone on to survive the waves of the economic climate – an illustrious look into its life includes a boarding and rooming house, gallery space and restaurant.

A renovation and rejuvenation of Deane House headed by Sal Howell and the team behind River Cafe has catapulted the restaurant to international success among the culinary set. Deane House offers a menu centered around Canadian cuisine highlighting regional, seasonal and sustainable ingredients.

Open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, you can sample more of what the restaurant has to offer in the themes of farm, forage, prairie and coast by reserving a table through their website: http://www.deanehouse.com.

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