This Somali restaurant with generous portions is tucked into a tiny office building next to a laundromat. They serve a wide variety of meat, ranging from chicken and steak to the more exotic camel. Try the traditional Somalian breakfast if you are looking for an alternative to eggs Benedict.
Located in the 124 Street business district, Barking Buffalo is a warm and cozy space offering cafe goodies. Salgado Fenwick is next door and offers unique Edmonton-made clothing, jewelry and home goodies.
Block 1912 has long been famed for its selection of desserts and gelato, but the popular cafe also has great coffee, sandwiches and wine. The recent renovation really brings out the charm of this historic spot.
A tiny Ethiopian restaurant with just 8 tables and simple decor, Blue Nile offers a wide variety of meat and vegetarian combos served on injera bread. Don't miss trying the Ethiopian beer with your meal if you're looking for the whole experience.
Pyrohy Dinner – Friday, October 19, 2018, 6103 – 172 Street, Edmonton, ABOur next Pyrohy Dinner is Friday, October 19, 2018, 4:30 – 7:30 PM. Four plated dinners are available to eat in or take home. All plates are served with sour cream, onion, coleslaw,[...]
NIGHT OF FEAR FESTIVAL OCT 19&20, 2018. Our festival boasts some great activities – such as our EPIC & renown haunted house, a surprise new haunt (we don’t want to give away too much), and don’t forget the puzzling, yet creepy escape room – brought[...]
Light up your Friday night in Namao with free food trucks, live graffiti, giveaways & more. Bask in warmth and light on a chilly autumn night at the Namao Shopping Centre night market. For one evening only, we’re celebrating and giving back to our community[...]
Kids love Edmonton’s spookiest Pumpkin Festival of the year. Join us for Prairie Garden’s Haunted Pumpkin Festival, happening every weekend from September 29th – October 31, 2018.Save $2 per ticket when you buy in advance – online!Dress for the weather! Kids ages 10 and under[...]