$25 Lunch & Takeaway – gluten-free option available
Livingston Garden Greens – Heritage Park grown Artisan lettuce, Sliced Cucumbers and baby gem tomatoes, Candied Walnuts, Sylvan Star Grizzly gouda, Saskatoon berry vinaigrette
Valbella Elk Burger, 6oz ground elk patty, Green leaf lettuce and Heirloom tomatoes, Maraschino cherry pickled onions, Jalapeño Monterey jack cheese, Alberta Bakery Rye bun, Sea salted shoestring fries
Craft Beer: Big Rock Brewery Traditional Ale – $7.25
An approachable menu, relaxing atmosphere and nostalgic charm are just some of the features that you’ll find at The Selkirk, Heritage Park’s year-round restaurant. The Selkirk offers a fresh and inspired menu that takes diners on a culinary trip from coast to coast.
The restaurant incorporates freshly picked produce, grown just steps away in Heritage Park Historical Village’s heirloom gardens, and freshly baked goods from Heritage Park’s famous on-site bakery. Sip happy hour cocktails on one of the best patios in the city, overlooking a 1930’s style town square, or relax and enjoy a leisurely meal inside the timeless dining room. This neighbourhood, family-friendly restaurant captures the character and comfort of Heritage Park, and serves it up year-round.
Chef Leighton Smyth was born in Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland. He and his family immigrated to Canada in 1981. Always having a love for food he found himself working at a local restaurant, the BBQ Steak Pit in Bragg Creek. He started working as a dishwasher during high school for some extra spending money. This turned into a full-time job once graduating from high school, working his way up to running the kitchen in 1998. Keep reading…