This tiny restaurant on Canmore's Main Street offers visitors a taste of classic Italian dishes. All the favorites are here, such as Chicken ... More
This tiny restaurant on Canmore's Main Street offers visitors a taste of classic Italian dishes. All the favorites are here, such as Chicken Cacciatore and Veal Parmigiana. Lucia does pastas, of course, and you can mix-and-match your noodles with your sauce. The pizza menu offers a wide selection of toppings. The decor is rather nondescript, but the room is small and cozy—apparently the management wants you to keep focused on the cuisine. Lucia is open for dinner only, and delivery and take out are available.
Best food and value during our ten day visit to Alberta! Found it on our last night in Canmore. Simple, good food; reasonable prices, friendly staff; excellent value. Other restaurants are over rated and over priced.
The food is exellent! Every friday night now we have Santa Lucia delivery. We live here and have worked in the food industry for years, and are sometimes scared to eat from the kitchens out there.
In the case of Santa Lucia, I know that the man that owns and cooks your meal actually cares. It makes a difference folks!!
Money wise it's just right. Did I mention the veal parm? Awsome. The pizza is the best your going to get, say extra sauce and extra cheese and you will not disagree with me!
We had 4 family members from Englad for Christmas and we spent several day in Canmore. The best meal that all 7 of us had, bar none was at the Santa Lucia. The service was exceptional as was the food and the atmosphere.
We will definately return again and again.
We live in Calgary, AB and recently visited Canmore on our way back from Banff, AB. The food was fantastic! My husbands family is Italian and they said it was good as mom's. We recommend this restaurant to all our friends and family who visit Canmore.
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