Club Café


Hours of Operation

  • Monday


  • Tuesday


  • Wednesday


  • Thursday


  • Friday


  • Saturday


  • Sunday


Closed except for ticketed and special events.

Exhibit Details


Town Centre

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Guest Amenities

  • Washroom
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Club Café Menu


Daily Soup Kettle | $7

Add a Biscuit $1.00

Assorted Sandwiches and Wraps | $6.50
Slice of Alberta Bakery Cakes and Pies | $5
Breakfast Sandwich | $8

Ham, Fresh Cracked Egg, Lettuce, Tomato, Mayonnaise on a Alberta Bakery Cheese Bun

Add Bacon $1

Asian Egg Noodle Salad Bowl (GF, DF, V) | $11

Julienne Red Peppers, Carrots, Broccoli, Pickled Red Cabbage, Egg Noodles, Sesame Hoisin Vinaigrette with Choice of Diced Chicken or Vegetarian

Heritage Summer Cobb Salad (GF) | $10

Sliced Smoked Turkey, Tomatoes, Hard-Boiled Egg, Red Onions, Crumbled Blue Cheese, Balsamic Vinaigrette

Orient Bistro Banh Mi Sandwich | $11

Satay Grilled Chicken Breast, Pickled Carrots and Onions, Cucumbers, Cilantro, Garlic Aioli, Served in a Toasted French Baguette

Gluten-Free Bun | $1

Café House Vegetable Burger | $10

Lettuce, Tomato, Red Onion, Garlic Aioli on a Toasted Brioche Bun

Add Cheese | $1

Traditional Cantonese Pot Stickers | $10

Pan-Fried Pork and Vegetable Dumplings, Served with a Chinese Red Vinegar and Soy Sauce

Protein Tray | $12

Assorted Cured Meats, Deli Cheeses, House-Made Pickled Vegetables, Confitures, Grainy Mustard, ABC Honey, Jams

Korean Sub | $11

Melted Mozzarella Cheese, Beef Brisket, Cucumber, Spicy Aioli, Slaw Mix

Grilled Cheese Sandwich | $7

Add Bacon | $1


Bottled Soft Drinks: $3.50

Bottled Water: $3.50

Bottled Juice: $3.50

Milk to Go: $4

Coffee/Tea/Hot Chocolate: $3.25


Espresso: $4

Americano: $4

Cappuccino: $4.95

Latte: $4.95

Tea Latte: $4.95

Mocha: $5.10

Add a Syrup Flavour: $0.50

About the Club Café

Chinese cafés were a staple of virtually every growing prairie town through the first half of the 20th century. When no suitable historic building could be found, Heritage Park designed and built a structure that incorporated the characteristic features typically found in western Canadian Chinese restaurants of the Edwardian era.

While the façade resembles Wong’s Public Lunch in Olds, circa 1918, the interior incorporates a lunch counter, curtained booths, tongue-and-groove siding and drop-style lighting fixtures, all of which were repeatedly found in archival photographs and eyewitness accounts. The name Club Café was chosen because research found this to be the most commonly used name for Chinese cafés in southern Alberta. The exhibit, which doubles as a unique dining experience for Park guests, opened in 2004.

Heritage Park’s Club Café offers a delicious selection including all-day breakfast, hot lunches and take-out sandwiches. Open during Historical Village Hours

large white building that says Club Cafe

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1900 Heritage Dr. S.W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2V 2X3

Phone: 403.268.8500

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