Not everyone is a morning person but I’m sure you’ll turn into one with the right food. Edmonton has an abundance of delicious places that serve breakfast in the morning or even all-day for those afternoon snoozers. These places are the reason why you should get out of bed. They serve breakfast all week long, not just on the weekend as brunch!
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day - so you should eat like kings and queens each morning. Whether you are looking for something hearty after a night on the town, or an excuse to not have to cook in the morning, these places will give you the jump-start you need to face the day.
Buttery and flaky goodness, a croissant is possibly the best thing since ... sliced bread? Actually, the croissant’s ancestors date back well before sliced bread. Regardless, known as a “Viennoiserie” or a Vienna-style pastry, the croissant gets its name from its crescent shape, or croissant in French. So there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, the history of the best breakfast pastry has been served. Bon appétit!
With any dietary restriction, people often think skipping out on the standards sacrifices flavour, but being vegan isn’t about giving something up – it’s about embracing the natural flavours and experiences that the earth can give you. Luckily, Edmonton has some serious vegan game and offers some delicious vegan breakfast and brunch options. [Image credit: iStock.com/margouillatphotos]
Welcome 2017 with a hearty, decadent brunch, lovingly prepared by a chef (zero work, zero clean-up for you), Whether you celebrate with your family or a close group of friends, a festive brunch is the perfect way to wrap up the holiday season and start the New Year.
After the presents are unwrapped, continue your 2016 Christmas celebration with a lovely brunch at one of these Edmonton restaurants. Whether you prefer a buffet or a multi-course set menu, there’s a brunch out there to satiate your need for eggs and holiday cheer.
Nothing quite says brunch like a bagel with lox and a schmear (spread). This bread product has been around for hundreds of years and originated in Poland in the early 17th Century. Whether you prefer the Montreal‐style (smaller and crunchier) or the New York‐style (puffy and moist crust) of bagels, you can enjoy your bagels any way you like.
We’re talking about cinnamon rolls, buns, squares, swirls, bites and twists. Made with cinnamon, brown sugar and sweet dough, they may or may not include raisins, pecans, walnuts and cream cheese icing (or any combination thereof). Whether you’re celebrating Cinnamon Roll Day on October 4, or just like to indulge, just go ahead and enjoy it!
Smoothies are an easy way to get extra fruits and veggies in your diet. But don’t let all that healthy stuff fool you, smoothies bring the flavour, from sweet to sour and everything in between. Check out the nutrient-packed smoothies as these shops.
The French take on the American pancake, the crêpe is a very flat pancake served with a variety of fillings – some sweet, some savoury. Although probably the simplest French recipe, it’s rather easy to make a less-than-stellar crêpe, so we’ve scoured the city to find you the best and most delicious around. Bon appétit!
Crêpes are more than just really thin French pancakes; they are pillowy soft clouds of dough gently cradling some of the most delicious combinations of ingredients on the planet. Whether you prefer your crêpes with savoury or sweet toppings, these restaurants are sure to satisfy your craving.
Doughnuts are more than just fluffy little pillows of dough doused in sugar. OK, that is all they are, but they are still the best thing to happen to humankind. These Edmonton bakeries and restaurants whip up the best doughnuts in the land.
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