About Us

Table Food + Drink uses quality ingredients with traditional methods and a contemporary interpretation.    Come out and enjoy our awesome patio and delicious seasonal freshness in every dish!

Chef Tim Matsell

Tim Matsell was born in Toronto, where he began his career as a chef. He worked in some of the city’s top restaurants and obtained his Red Seal certification before heading west. Tim has worked as the Executive Chef at Juniper Hotel and Bistro, Delta Vancouver Suites and Grand Rockies Resort. He has now lived in the Bow Valley for over 20 years, where he can pursue his love for biking and hiking. Leading a healthy outdoor lifestyle directly reflects the food he passionately prepares. As the Executive Chef of Table Food & Drink, Tim strives to cement the restaurant’s reputation as one of the premier local spots to eat!

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Sous Chef Scott White

Scott White grew up in the Columbia Valley and has spent his career working in kitchens of resorts and golf clubs. He attended SAIT, where he studied classical French cuisine and has also obtained his Red Seal Certification. Scott’s hobbies include jamming out the guitar, hiking, biking, hunting, trapping and camping. Scott creatively collaborates with Chef Tim and the rest of the kitchen team at Table Food & Drink. As Executive Sous Chef, Scott has helped to ensure that Table maintains its standing as one of the finest local eateries in the Bow Valley.

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Where to Find us

511 Bow Valley Trail
Canmore, Alberta T1W 1N7



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Our tabletops are made from salvaged Douglas fir beams

The 56” long beams were made in 1959, in an era when plants across Western Canada custom made beams for warehouses, shopping centres, and structures that wanted large open spaces. Old growth Douglas Fir was the steel of the past and these trees grew up to 300 feet in height.

Warren originally bought the beams in 2003. He saw how beautiful the wood looked after oiling and it became clear the beams could also be amazing material for furniture. The salvaged Yorkton beams were re-sawn into smaller slabs, most defects removed, sanded and finished into custom made tables.