EpiC brings pancakes, breads and baked goods to Canmore


The teams behind The Rocky Bean Co. and Crepes N Go food trucks have opened a restaurant in Canmore focused on fresh, locally made food.

Photo courtesy of EpiCanmore.

The teams behind The Rocky Bean Co. and Crepes N Go food trucks have come together to open a new restaurant in Canmore.

At EpiCanmore (EpiC), the name of the game is fresh, locally made. Located in the former 514 Poutine space, the restaurant is a short drive from downtown Canmore and close to other popular local businesses such as Valbella Gourmet Foods and Wild Life Distillery.

Those looking for a quick bite or on-the-go snack will appreciate Eclipse Coffee Roasters’ selection of coffee and Eclipse pastries, such as cardamom rolls, macaroons and the must-have Berlin donuts. You can also take a loaf of homemade bread to enjoy at home or have a sandwich.

The menu emphasizes savory and sweet pancakes. On the savory side, there are options like the Epi Complete crepe (with egg, ham, greens, cheese, and mushrooms) and the Freshy crepe (with goat cheese, sun-dried tomato tapenade, marinated zucchini, cheese, and spinach). Those craving something sweet can get a crepe with dark chocolate sauce, salted caramel sauce, or hazelnut spread, and choose from a selection of toppings.

Although there are a few tables and some bar seating overlooking the kitchen inside EpiC, you can also sit at one of the two outdoor picnic tables to admire the view of the mountain with your meal.

4, 102 Boulder Cres., 825-909-0815, Canmore, epicanmore.com


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