Food Trucks, Food Crawls, Restaurants and Diners – Oh MY!!

YEG Food Events

Endeavour Brewing Cask Night @ Arcadia
Nov 5 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Arcadia cask debut from Endeavour Brewing will be here on Monday November 5th at 7pm and we would love to see you out to show some love to our friends from St. Albert.

The cask will be a Sudden Draft IPA with Mango

Bao Tuesday @ Baijiu
Nov 6 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm

BAO TUESDAY! Our weekly Bao night featuring 2 Baos for $7 and $3 PBR. How bao dat?

March 6

Wing Wednesday @ O2's Taphouse & Grill Ltd
Nov 7 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Bring out your dead!

Come join us for some cheap wings and beers!

**If anyone is coming from the south side, please bring Lindsay!

Mac Sabbath with Franks & Deans and Electric Audrey 2 – Starlite @ The Starlite Room
Nov 8 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Advance tickets available online at, Ticketfly, and Blackbyrd Myoozik.

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You can securely purchase online and receive your e-tickets immediately by using Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, or INTERAC Online.

Doors 8 PM – 18+ No Minors
Concertworks is proud to present…

Mac Sabbath is visually inspired by characters from McDonaldland, the fantasy world which fast food restaurant McDonald’s uses in its marketing campaigns geared towards children.

Performing in elaborate costuming, the band’s line-up consists of vocalist Ronald Osbourne, guitarist Slayer MacCheeze, bassist Grimalice and drummer The Catburglar (alternately known as “Peter Criss Cut Fries”). Musically, Mac Sabbath performs reasonably faithful covers of Black Sabbath’s songs with only the lyrics humorously re-written and re-arranged. For example, the band’s repertoire includes such parodies as “Pair-a-Buns” (“Paranoid”), “Frying Pan” (“Iron Man”), “Sweet Beef” (“Sweet Leaf”), “Never Say Diet” (“Never Say Die”) and “Zipping Up the Uniform” (“Symptom of the Universe”).

Although all of the band’s lyrics focus on the umbrella topic of fast food, Mac Sabbath takes a decidedly satirical and condemnatory perspective on the corporate food industry, addressing areas such as fast food’s negative health effects and lack of nutritional value as well as genetically modified food, consumerism and low wage “McJobs”.

Manager Mike Odd stated in an interview “As much as Mac Sabbath is a part of the fast food culture, the idea here is to warn you of the evils of fast food, not to endorse it”.

Based out of Los Angeles, CA but born from the bowels of Outer Space,
Mac Sabbath is here, and it is time for a dinner rock revolution.

Mac Sabbath

Franks & Deans

Electric Audrey 2

Anniversary Buffet @ Padmanadi Vegetarian Restaurant
Nov 9 @ 12:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Time goes by so fast!! Can’t believe we are turning sweet 16 this Friday!!
To celebrate we must have the items that have made where we are today like Ginger Beef and Curry Chicken!!

$20/ person
No Reservations.

To commemorate Remembrance Day, portions of net earnings on that day will be donated to the Poppy Fund by the Royal Canadian Legion used for the care and benevolent support of Veterans and their dependents.

See you all Friday!!!!

All is Bright on 124 Street @ Shop 124 Street & Area
Nov 10 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

NEW date and location!!!

The 124 Street Business Association’s “All Is Bright” Festival is an outdoor, culturally unique event that celebrates the coming of the winter season in Edmonton and lighting up the night through illumination, fun, and live entertainment. On November 10th we would like to kick off the holiday season by showcasing that 124 Street is the premier destination for food, fashion and art in Edmonton.

Our festival is FREE and everyone is welcome, including our furry friends! You betchya – our event is also pet friendly.

We will be moving from the South Pole of 124 Street, to its North Pole at 108 Ave and 124 Street.

The main site events will take place from 4PM to 8PM, with the “Light Up Ceremony” taking place at 6PM. The Beverage Gardens will remain open until 9PM.

Event details:

Parking information and locations:

Dark’s Bday Dinner
Nov 10 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Okays it has been decided
Fionn Maccool’s 5:30pm
13580 137 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5L 5E9

Cant wait to see everyone ^_^

Isolato MudMaker Days Alone @ Rendezvous Pub
Nov 11 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 12 @ 1:00 am
Rock band from edmonton alberta canada.New album out soon!
What a first show! you guys killed it!
Days Alone is a hard rock band. We’ve been together since high school (2001) minus a couple hiatus’ and embrace the power and solidity in being a 3 piece.

Doors 8pm Show 9pm Cover $12 18+
Happy Hour all night

Bao Tuesday @ Baijiu
Nov 13 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm

BAO TUESDAY! Our weekly Bao night featuring 2 Baos for $7 and $3 PBR. How bao dat?

March 6

SOLD OUT Edmonton Canada – Forward Thinking Neil Gaiman @ Shaw Conference Centre
Nov 13 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Circle your calendars! EPL in partnership with the Edmonton Community Foundation and the University of Alberta Libraries are excited to present award-winning and best-selling author Neil Gaiman as part of the Forward Thinking Speaker Series on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the Shaw Conference Centre.

The #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than 20 books, Neil Gaiman is known for works such as contemporary fantasy novel American Gods, young adults’ story Coraline and children’s novel The Graveyard Book. His Sandman comics have been called groundbreaking, and he is known as a creator of not only fiction and comics, but also of screenplays, song lyrics, poetry, journalism and multimedia works. A self-described “feral child who was raised in libraries”, Gaiman describes his varied art as: “I make things up and write them down”.

Tickets will be available for $20 – $40 starting at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12 on Eventbrite. All proceeds will support the revitalization of the Stanley A. Milner Library.

EPL cardholders have two ticket options:
General Admission: $20
Preferred Seating: $40

All seats are first come, first served within all sections. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., please arrive early for best seats.

*Please note that you do need an Edmonton Public Library card to purchase tickets OR a ME Library Card ( if you’re a member of another Alberta library.