OEB Breakfast Co. is conveniently located on Rice Howard Way close to many Downtown hotels. Breakfast is the only thing served till 2:45 pm.
Contemporary café and bakery serving breakfast, sandwiches, salads/soups, and baked goods.
It’s vibrant. It’s lively. It’s Central Social Hall. Drinks, food, and positive vibes all around.
For more than 100 years, the Fairmont Hotel Macdonald prides itself for delivering consistent service. Whether you’re here for the accommodation or services, don’t forget to check out their Sunday Brunch, Royal Afternoon Tea, or enjoy an evening at the Confederation Lounge.
Drunken ox by night. Sober cat by day. What does that entail? Expect a modern steakhouse, café, and a craft cocktail bar.
Deep dish pizza, heart comfort foods, craft beers, and weekly brunch available.
Filipino inspired food offered across the Matrix hotel and many offices. Effortlessly walking distance from many spots in Downtown.
Southern BBQ joint in one of the major streets of Downtown Edmonton that serves local craft beer and smoked BBQ goods. Everything is made from scratch in house.
American comfort food on Jasper Avenue. Stop by the patio and have a nice cold drink.
Lively hangout spot for many. Sports on the TV and lots of weekly happy hour deals.
Birria tacos, enchiladas, parrillada, churros, and everything else in between.
Modernized Dutch Canadian breakfast and lunch spot specializing in “pannekoek,” a sweet and savoury pancake. Opened everyday from 7 am to 2 pm on weekdays, and 8 am to 2 pm on weekends.
Modern restaurant located inside the Art Gallery of Alberta and centre of many attractions in Downtown. Take a walk on Churchill Square, shop at City Centre Mall, catch a movie at Landmark Cinemas, or explore the new Stanley A. Milner Library afterwards.
The classic eggs and breakfast joint located inside the Days Inn by Wyndham Edmonton Downtown. Opened for breakfast until 3 pm everyday.
Although Woodwork is known for their extensive collections of spirits, cocktails, and drink menu, don’t pass up on the wood-fired grilled foods. Located in the historic McLeod Building on Rice Howard Way.
An Edmonton gem located close to one of the busiest streets in town specializing in a variety of European dishes.
Head into your reservation at Sabor a little earlier and have a small bite at Bodega for some flavour-packed Spanish tapas.
The Creperie is one of the older restaurants in Edmonton, and one of the OG places for a romantic date night. Psst… there may be some hidden nooks and crannies that are easily missed when walking in.
Mediterranean eatery including grilled fish, kebabs, and hummus in family sized platters. Everything is pleasing to the eye and located conveniently near MacEwan University.
This corner-spot restaurant has been opened for over three generations and has been a family legacy. Some note-worthy Gluten-free European dishes are schnitzels, stroganoff, and the beloved dill pickle soup.
Word on the street is that this is the most romantic fine dining establishment in town. Located on the 24th floor of the Chateau Lacombe Hotel and revolves once every 88 minutes.
Nothing speaks hearty than comfort food. Little Envie is tucked away on 107 Street with a hefty selection of Southern-style comfort foods.