Reflective of the region’s ethnic and cultural diversity, Edmonton offers a truly cosmopolitan variety of restaurants and fine cuisine. Dine Alberta celebrates the harvest from field to table.
From traditional Canadian dishes to Ukrainian and Russian delicacies, French, Greek, Italian, or a full spectrum of Asian epicurean delights, you’ll find it here. And don’t forget Alberta’s worldwide renowned succulent beef! Try our regional cuisine from bison, locally raised lamb, wild boar, fresh picked vegetables and summer berries.
• Downtown You’ll find mouthwatering fine dining, ethnic eateries, aromatic coffee shops, as well as great spots for lunch. Be sure to try The Marc, Tres Carnales or Zinc in the Art Gallery!
• 104th Street One of Edmonton’s trendiest and inviting streets, you’ll find an assortment of great tapas, wine bars and fine eateries. Don’t miss Corso 32, TZiN Wine and Tapas or LIT.
• 124th Street Stroll along tree lined streets and stop in for lunch or dinner at some great restaurants. 124th Street offers a wonderful variety in cuisine to choose from. Check out The Canteen, Café De Ville or the always delicious Duchess Bake Shop.
• Old Strathcona A huge mix of ethnic restaurants, over 15 pubs and lots of coffee houses to sit back and enjoy. Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market offers local and regional ingredients and great shopping. Satisfy your hunger with Packrat Louie, Narayanni’s or Von’s Steak House.
• Strathcona County Check out Katie’s Crossing, five railway cars straddling a short stretch of track or enjoy fine dining at Joeys.
• Stony Plain Homesteader’s Kitchen in the Multicultural Heritage Centre is known for fresh bread, homemade soup, and many varieties of pies made daily.
Looking for something delicious on the go? Edmonton has an assortment of food trucks that roam Edmonton streets preying on the hungry. Try the Drift’s braised pork belly sandwich, a mouth-watering take on a Vietnamese bánh mì sandwich. Nomad, Bully and The Act food trucks are just a sampling of some of the other great options that have Edmontonians and visitors alike heading outside for their next meal.
- Drift Food Truck. Serving up globally inspired sandwiches and fresh cut fries, Drift shops locally to make their delicious finger food.
- Nomad Mobile. Voted one of the best food trucks in Edmonton, Nomad’s house sausage was one of the top 100 things to eat in Edmonton.
- Eva Sweet. Try something sweet with Eva Sweet and their delicious Belgian waffles. Coming in different flavours, make sure you try the matcha green tea or cinnamon flavoured waffles.
Looking for the food truck nearest you? Use http://streetfoodapp.com/edmonton for all the details. Other great food trucks include: The Local Omnivore, Sailin' On, The Food Fighter, Quick Meal, La Poutine and many more!
Edmonton proudly hosts several farmers’ markets within the city, and many more surrounding the city, so you can enjoy home-grown food and handmade crafts throughout the year. With over 80 percent of all products made, baked or grown in Alberta, Edmonton-area farmers’ markets are a great way to support your local economy. Below is a sampling of some of the market options you have to pick from.
- Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market: A popular Saturday tradition for residents and visitors alike, Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market is open year-round and resides in the one of Canada’s top five coolest neighbourhoods.
- St. Albert Farmer’s Market: Stop by the largest outdoor market in Western Canada, with over 250 vendors, nearly everything is fresh or homemade. Open from June 15 – October 5.
- City Market Downtown: An integral part of the downtown core, Edmonton’s City Market is a year-round market with everything from ready to eat meals to one-of-a-kind clothing.
- 124 Street’s Grand Market: After a highly successful inaugural season, the 124 Street Grand Market is back with even more to offer. With everything from food trucks to live entertainment, you can experience some local flavour every Thursday from May 23 to October 3.
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