Graze Food & Drink, Canmore Review

Graze Food & Drink outdoor seating area with menu board and background view of the mountains

Located at 102-717 8 Street, Canmore, Graze Food & Drink had a bustling atmosphere, with almost every table occupied on our Saturday morning visit. 

Interior

This restaurant has an eclectic blend of hipster and funky decor. The interior has black walls and ceiling, with a large glass chandelier in the center and some art from local artists. There are eight four-top tables inside and additional bar seating. In the summer, a large patio doubles the seating capacity perfect for the warmer months. 

Image of Graze Food & Drink's art selection

Service

The servers were friendly and attentive, matching the laid-back and chill vibe with Reggae music playing in the background. Breakfast is served before noon, and lunch is served after 12:30 pm. The kitchen closes for half an hour at noon to transition between meal services.

Graze Food & Drink Interior of open tables and artwork on the walls

Menu

Graze Food & Drink is particularly renowned for its breakfast offerings. According to our server, one of their best-selling dishes is the “Canadian Eh!”—a hearty poutine with seasoned potatoes, crispy bacon, and sausage, topped with cheese curds, rich hollandaise sauce, and a fried egg. This Canadian comfort food classic is popular among visitors. Their pricing is very reasonable too considering their generous portion sizes.

Graze Food & Drink Menu

Happy Hour runs Monday through Friday from 3-5 pm where they offer food and drinks for $6.99 including perogies, spring rolls, samosas, fries, sweet potato fries, cauliflower bites, 16oz draft beer, 6oz red or white wine, 1oz cocktails, and highballs. They’ve also added cocktails on tap, such as the Strawberry Gin Smash and Shaft on Draft.

Food Order

We ordered a Caesar, a Breakfast Burrito with extra bacon, and Graze Avocado Toast. The Caesar was great, with the glass rim drizzled in tangy barbecue sauce before being dipped in salt, adding a unique twist to this classic cocktail.

Caesar cocktail from Graze Food & Drink

The Breakfast Burrito came with three fluffy scrambled eggs, creamy avocado, and crispy bacon, all wrapped in a warm tortilla. The side salsa was fresh with a slight kick, and the potatoes had a nice crisp. This dish was delicious and great value for the price, especially since you can choose between bacon, sausage, or ham—or all three at no extra charge!

Breakfast Burrito from Graze Food & Drink

The Graze Avocado Toast had three eggs cooked to your choice, fresh avocado, tomatoes, onions, and spinach, served on toast. The garlic aioli on the side was creamy and garlicky.

Avocado Toast from from Graze Food & Drink

Final Thoughts

Graze Food & Drink is a great spot for breakfast in Canmore. With great views of the nearby mountains, the friendly service, relaxed vibe, and delicious food, this is definitely a place worth visiting for a meal when visiting Canmore.

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Located at 102-717 8 Street, Canmore, Graze Food & Drink had a bustling atmosphere, with almost every table occupied on our Saturday morning visit.  Interior