An ever-changing breakfast, brunch, and lunch menu inspired by traditional Scandinavian and French fare greats you at Café Linnea. The menu changes regularly, as the dishes are made from local products, and you can book High Tea for $55 per person on Sundays. Unique to most Edmonton restaurants, this spot is a “no-tipping establishment,” as they pay their servers higher than the norm.
One of the newest hot spots in the city, the Art Nouveau-inspired Clementine has a beautiful dark wood bar, and a menu that boasts unique cocktails like the Provence made with gin, strawberry preserves, Bonal Quinquina, Genepy, lemon, egg white, and rosemary.
Order off the menu, or enlist the talented mixologists at North 53 to create you a custom cocktail simply by telling them your choice of alcohol and the flavours you are hoping to sip on.
The perfect spot to grab a cocktail before a show at the Winspear Centre or a play at the Citadel Theatre, Woodwork’s one-of-a-kind cocktail menu is carefully curated based on the season.
Perfect for a night out, or a post Oilers game celebration, Denizen Hall has great music, great food, and a full retro arcade complete with pinball and stand-up games!
With two stages, live music every day, and lots of space to sit, socialize, and spend time with friends, The Needle is quickly becoming a go-to after-work spot to blow off some steam and enjoy some great music.
The acre-sized frozen Ice Castle is returning to Hawrelak Park this year! This Narnia-like display is made completely from icicles, and is truly unlike anything you have ever seen before. Construction will begin in November, and the castle is expected to be open to the public in December. Visit the website to stay up to date on the opening day.
The Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market is open Saturdays year-round and is one of the best spots to support local makers and growers. Here you will find more than 130 vendors selling produce, preserves, handmade donuts, crafts, art, and more.
Head to the historic Garneau Theatre, located just off the University of Alberta campus, where the Metro Cinema is always showing something new, avant-garde, retro, or downright weird.