Edmonton Foodie Events

There are so many options of what to do in Edmonton, especially if you are a food lover. Maybe you want to master a new foodie skill, try out some amazing dishes, or learn about wine and food pairings? There are plenty of fun ways to fill your schedule with exciting foodie events in Edmonton.

La Oliva Gluten-Free Kitchen

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10575 114 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3J6

Chances are, you or someone you know has a gluten intolerance. These folks will help you learn how to create delicious gluten-free options that aren’t short on taste at all! From learning how to bake gluten-free bread, to cooking Italian dishes gluten-free, you’ll find that you can create every type of food, with their help.

The Pan Tree

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550-220 Lakeland Dr, Sherwood Park, AB T8H 0N6

Located in Sherwood Park, this kitchen store offers a wide array of courses that will keep foodies coming back for more. Whether it’s your knife skills you’re looking to improve, or you want to try making a Robbie Burns dinner, or try your hand at sausage making finally, this place has got the course you’re looking for, and all at a reasonable price.

Kitchen by Brad

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101-10130 105 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 1C9

For some truly unique cooking classes, or some fabulous wine events and talks, head here. Perhaps you’ve always wanted to know how to prepare fish the way they do in Iceland? Or you want to try a blind wine tasting, paired with house made food? Brad really knows how to kick the typical food class up a notch.

The Marc Restaurant

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9940 106th Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 2N2

Held in mid-January every year, Alsace week celebrates all things from this region of France that is so unique. The German influence here means that you have a great variety of foods, like tarte flambé, the Alsatian version of pizza and delicious wines to sample.

Sorrentino's Bistro-Bar

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10162 100 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 0P5

Every year, Sorrentino’s restaurant group hosts their popular Garlic Festival. It’s a celebration of everyone’s favourite stinky bulb, as well as a fundraiser for Sorrentino’s Compasion House, which hosts women undergoing treatment for breast cancer. Every one of the restaurant’s locations host various garlic-related events, giving you the perfect reason to come together with like-minded foodies while enjoying some fantastic garlicky dishes and helping a good cause.

William Hawrelak Park

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9330, Groat Rd NW, Edmonton, AB T6G 2A8

Every August long weekend, Hawrelak Park comes alive with pavilions and booths from countries all over the world. You can sample gelato from Italy, crepes from France, poutine from Canada and more, all in one afternoon. There’s also cultural dances and other activities, but, really, it is the incredible international tapestry of cuisine that draws foodies to the park year after year.

Albertans are lucky. Great historical landmarks and gorgeous landscapes are never more than a short drive away. Touring the province is a perfect excuse for a single day getaway, long weekend trip or an extended vacation. With spectacular parks, wineries and dinosaur bones, Alberta offers some of the best sight-seeing in the world for the price of a tank of gas.
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You and your girls can have a great night out without blowing your paycheque on alcohol. In fact, a lot of these activities go down better without the tequila shots. You’ll need coordination to dance and reflexes for paintball in order to have the best time. Edmonton’s got plenty of ways to enjoy a dry night out, so set a date with your besties for a different kind of fun.
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