Plan a romantic lunch or dinner at one of these awesome eateries in Edmonton, Canada. Whether you are in the mood for smoked duck prosciutto, sausages or handmade tacos, there is plenty to choose from. Visit the Duchess Bake Shop where you will find a choice of tasty sandwiches and amazing desserts which you can enjoy there or take with you. There is also a Brazilian steakhouse, a popular neighborhood diner, wine bar, and other ideas. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Solstice Seasonal Cuisine
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Solstice Seasonal Cuisine is an eco-friendly, sustainable restaurant that offers a farm-to-table menu with dishes made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Managed by 2011 Gold Medal Plate Award Winning Head Chef Jan Trittenbach, the restaurant has a menu featuring seasonal dishes that are wholesome, hearty, and local.
Examples include smoked duck prosciutto, sockeye salmon, and venison tenderloin, as well as garden-crisp salads. Each dish is complemented by fresh herbs grown on site in Solstice’s herb garden. Diners can also enjoy a hand-picked selection of hand-crafted cocktails and wine by the glass or bottle from some of the world’s finest boutique estates.
10723 124 Street, Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-488-4567
2.Rge Rd (Range Road)
© Rge Rd (Range Road)
Rge Rd (Range Road) is a casual neighborhood restaurant where the farm dictates the menu. Run by Chef Blair Lebsack and partner Caitlin Fulton, the unique and creative farm-to-table menu features items such as dandelion vinaigrette and bone marrow and apple fennel sausage, both of which are made in-house, as well as home-smoked charcuterie.
The menu also boasts a “Questionable Bits” section, which has a range of offal dishes for the bravest of diners to try. The eclectic menu is complimented by warm and whimsical décor and a friendly, welcoming ambiance. The restaurant also has an inviting list of handcrafted cocktails, craft beers, and wine.
10643 – 123 Street, Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-447-4577
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3.Tres Carnales Taqueria
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Tres Carnales Taquería is an authentic Mexican taquería that serves homemade tacos, quesadillas, and tortas. The first of its kind in Edmonton, Tres Carnales Taquería is the project of three friends who were inspired by the delicious flavors of Mexico. They have been sharing these mouthwatering concoctions ever since.
The menu boasts handmade tacos, quesadillas, and tortas packed with slow braised local meats and vegetables, as well as a range of sides, such as salsa and corn chips. Guests can also enjoy a variety of bebidas (drinks), including cervezas, sangria, and margaritas.
10119 100A ST., Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-429-0911
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4.Duchess Bake Shop
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The Duchess Bake Shop is an elegant bakery and patisserie that serves a range of high-quality pastries and baked goods, and features a small lunch menu. All products are made in-house from scratch on a daily basis, using the freshest ingredients, organic flours, butter, and extracts.
Sweet treats are made with ingredients from the sister shop called Provisions by Duchess, located next door, and paired with freshly brewed coffee from Matchstick Coffee. The lunch menu consists of hearty sandwiches on home baked bread, soups, and quiches, which are accompanied by crisp salads and homemade condiments.
10718 124 St NW, Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-488-4999
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© Highlevel Diner
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, Highlevel Diner is an authentic neighborhood diner that has been serving healthy, hearty, delicious food in a comfortable, inviting atmosphere for over 31 years. Menu items are made in-house with fresh ingredients and accompanied by a range of craft beer on tap, delectable wines offered by the glass, fresh fruit juices, and soft drinks.
The Diner offers daily specials such as Turkey Tuesdays and Short Rib Saturdays and features a revolving art show of local artist’s works. Antique furnishings and walls covered in photographs make this cozy diner a popular venue with locals and visitors alike. Things to Do in Edmonton
10912 – 88 Avenue, Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-433-0993 or 780-433-1317
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6.Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse
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Enjoy an authentic Brazilian barbecue, or churrasco, at Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse. Located in the heart of Edmonton, Pampa Brazilian Steakhouse offers a unique and interactive Rodizio dining experience, which involves a continuous tableside service of 10 types of freshly cut meats that are grilled to perfection, including beef, pork, poultry, and lamb.
Featuring the traditional flavors of Southern Brazil, main meals are accompanied by a range of sides from the one-of-a-kind salad bar, which features in-house baked bread, imported cheeses, and a nice selection of greens and vegetables. Choose from over 1,700 different bottles of wine from around the world to savor with your meal.
9929 109 St NW, Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-756-7030
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7. The Bothy Wine and Whiskey Bar
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Named after the Gaelic word Bothan, meaning “small hut” or “traveler’s resting place,” The Bothy Wine and Whiskey Bar is a cozy bar and bistro located on Calgary Trail that features over 175 varieties of whiskies, 20 wines served by the glass, a range of unique beers, and spirits. The Bar has appealing lunch and dinner menus that include freshly made soups, salads, appetizers, and entrées such as chicken pie, haggis, and pork dumplings.
The atmosphere is just as comforting as the food, with dark wood and leather interiors, a long stylish bar, and a small stage for live music and other events.
5482 Calgary Trail, Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-761-1761
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© Vivo Ristorante
Located in Hawkstone Plaza, Vivo Ristorante is a traditional Italian restaurant that serves generous portions of authentic Italian fare in an inviting, family-friendly atmosphere. Remaining faithful to the Italian style of eating, the restaurant serves several Piatti (courses), which are meant to be savored slowly amongst friends, beginning with antipasti (hot and cold appetizers), followed by one or two primi, secondi (entrées) served on a platter, and finally un digestive (dessert, espresso, or liqueur), and coffee.
Complementing the extensive menu is a superb wine list consisting of some of Italy’s best vintages and other wines from across the globe, as well as Grappa, Cognac, and Port.
Hawkstone Plaza, 18352 – Lessard Road, Edmonton, Canada, Phone: 780-756-7710
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More Ideas: Alberta Railway Museum
The Alberta Railway Museum (ARM) is dedicated to displaying a variety of locomotive engines and cars from the Northern Alberta Railways (NAR), Canadian National Railways (CNR), and industrial and short line railways. Located at the north end of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada, the rustic, outdoor museum highlights the history of the Canadian Railway through an extensive display of railway buildings and equipment. Designed to replicate a train station, the museum has a terminal, several shops, and a large water tank.
The Alberta Railway Museum was established in 1976 on the former Canadian Northern Railway in a historic location on the Coronado Subdivision. The museum is operated and managed by the Alberta Pioneer Railway Association (APRA) and is maintained by volunteer staff from with funding from grants, museum admissions, memberships, and casinos.
The mission of the museum is to collect, restore, preserve and interpret artifacts, objects and trains that showcase the history and technology of the of the Canadian National and Northern Alberta Railways, as well as the short line and industrial railways in Western Canada.
The Alberta Railway Museum collection features a variety of cars and locomotives from the Northern Alberta Railways (NAR), Canadian National Railways (CNR), and industrial and short line railways. Some of the cars have been restored to their original condition, while others have been restored to their status when they were last used.
The collection includes CNR passenger trains such as a 10648 Express Refrigerator, an 11141 Through Baggage, an 8730 Baggage, CN 6514 and 6614 cars, a Regina, a Pelee Island, and a Fort Brabant. A CNR prairie mixed freight train features typical cars including a 1392 Locomotive, a 16015 Tender (1392B), a 46230 Refrigerator, a 172755 Stock Car, several box cars, multiple tank cars, a 7379 Combine, and a 78185 Caboose. The Northern Alberta Railways passenger train has eight cars, including a 73 Locomotive, two Mail Express cars, a 1220 Express, a Rycroft, a Westlock, and a Dunvegan.
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The NAR work train is the only surviving complete set that represents a typical Northern Alberta Railways work train and includes two flat cars, two ballast cars, a 16601 Flanger, a 16522 Jordan Spreader, a 68301 Outfit Car, and a 51625 Tank Car. It also has two bunk cars, a 17900 Engineering Car, 17009 Foreman and Tool Car, and 17032 Cook Supply Car, as well as a 17062 Cook Car, 17092 Box Car, and 13025 Caboose.
The Auxiliary train collection features the 'Big Hook' and its modern cousin, as well as an auxiliary or wreck train. This collection includes a 63017 Crane, a 57611 Idler, a 51566 (401) Tender, a 28251 Flat Car, a 58285 Gondola, and an 18104 Bunk Car.
Special interest equipment includes a variety of significant locomotives and cars such as the CN 9000 EMD F3A locomotive, the CN 7944 EMD NW2 locomotive, a beautifully restored Alberta & Great Waterways Railway 17106 combine passenger car, and a CN 15029 Rule Instruction Car, which was once a sleeper car for the Canadian Government Railways. Other notable collectives include a CN 55245 Snowplow, an NAR 306 Coach Caboose, and a CN 50800 load test car.
The Alberta Railway Museum is located at 24215 34 Street in Edmonton and is open to the public on weekdays only from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm between Victoria Day and Labor Day. It is also open on summer weekends between 20th May and 4th September. Attractions at the museum include a full-size train that runs on long weekends, speeder rides in summer, a gift shop that sells vintage train-related items and objects, snacks and beverages.
Once you have had your fill of trains, explore Edmonton, which offers an array of exciting things to see and do for the whole family. The Rec Room offers a variety of fun from bowling, live music, great food, gaming and more, while the World Waterpark boasts the world's largest indoor wave pool with 17 water slides and warm water. Enjoy the many cycling tracks in and around Edmonton on street and mountain bikes, or experience an unforgettable journey on the beautiful North Saskatchewan River with a Black River Gold Tour. Take a walking tour of Edmonton's must-eat gems with EAT YEG Food Tours and taste a variety of delights from bacon and brews to hearty brunches and decadent desserts. Culture lovers can take in a concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and outdoor adventurers can enjoy kick-sledding, tobogganing, and horse racing at Northlands.
24215 34 Street, Edmonton, AB T5Y 6B4, Canada, Phone: 780-472-6229
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