The service, the food, the decor were all wonderful. The homemade soup was a masterpiece. I had the fish sandwich and my husband the burger. You can tell it is all made in house.
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stopped here because our usual spot was full.what a surprise.excellent food with great prices.its a cozy little spot right on the highway.great atmosphere.the house specialty is red snapper with fries.it was great.cant wait to go back in a month or 2.
If you are traveling from Calgary to Waterton National Park, Glacier National Park or Crowsnest Pass via Route 22 then you MUST stop at the Haywire Cafe. What a surprise the Haywire Cafe was... not particularly inviting from the outside on a town that is...More
Wow! When we first walked in, it was late afternoon. Not yet dinner time, so we were the only ones in the restaurant. Unsure, we decided to stay and ordered the fish and chips and chocolate mud pie cake. Well.. let me tell you! Very...More
Slightly off the beaten track but interesting none the less. An old red barn like building which may have been a house many years ago. Outside was an artist painting and inside there were some antiques and his paintings on the walls. A restaurant that...More
What an awesome little cafe. We stopped in later in the afternoon on a gray and blustery day. We were warmly greeted by the owner and promptly seated. The atmosphere was warm cozy and inviting. Our waitress was friendly and exceptional. Our food selections were...More
Not sure about the other food, but as a Maritimer, I can certainly vouch that the fish is great. Plates are very full, service is good, relaxing atmosphere and again, super good fish :) Definitely a stop you will need to make
While visiting from Australia we went on a short road trip with our son who is working in a YMCA camp near Canmore. We came upon Haywire Cafe while driving through town and thought it looked very interesting. We sat outside for lunch at a...More
We found the Haywire Cafe and Grill purely by chance while driving from Lethbridge to Calgary. What a find! The cafe has a pleasant, small-town, quaint appearance and a calm, welcoming ambience - ideal for a rest and a snack while traveling. Better still, the...More
I have hesitated in publishing this review as I had a wonderful meal my first visit. I visited Haywire Cafe for a second time in August with slightly different results. I ordered the chicken breast with artichoke and sun dried tomatoes this occasion and was...More