Edmonton Downtown Dining Week takes place from March 10 to 19, 2017 at a variety of fantastic restaurants. For 10 days only, sample multi-course meals at some of downtown’s best restaurants for jaw-dropping prices. Take some time out of your busy schedule to indulge in a special lunch for only $15 at one of these spots.
While women are frequently the ones cooking at home, more often than not, restaurant kitchens are run by men. In honour of International Women’s Day, we’re putting the spotlight on women-led kitchens. Some of Edmonton’s best restaurants feature the culinary expertise of female executive chefs. [Feature photo: Kathryn Joel of Get Cooking]
Who’d have thought Edmonton would have a vibrant French community? Well, ‘tis true. Francophones are thriving in this cold metropolis, and these restaurants are here to show that you don’t have to be French to enjoy the cuisine. Alors mes amis, bon appétit!
In April 2016, Conde Nast Traveler's Readers' Choice Awards for the Best Pizza in the World: The Top 14 Cities for Pizza placed Edmonton at number eight on the list. With a diverse number of fantastic pizzas to choose from, including hand-tossed, wood-fired pies with white or red sauce and fun toppings ranging from pineapple to pine nuts, you're sure to find one you adore. Buon appetito!
Hotel restaurants usually fall into two camps: those that only a hotel guest would dine at and those that draw people from all over. These Edmonton hotels house restaurants have established themselves as dining destinations that are well worth the trip, even if you aren’t staying at the hotel.
Korean cuisine consists primarily of rice, vegetables and a variety of meats. Common flavours include kimchi (a pickled vegetable prepared in a variety of ways), fermented bean paste, soy sauce, pepper flakes, and more. Korean restaurants are also known for their barbecue, which you can cook right at your own table.
Just because you’re about to sign a deal or need to talk logistics over lunch doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy what’s on your plate. These Edmonton restaurants offer an ideal environment for doing business without sacrificing taste or pleasure - and, they're speedy, too. [Image credit: iStock.com/nicolebranan]
Vietnamese food ranges from massive bowls of steaming vermicelli noodles covered in veggies and protein to thick salad rolls or incredibly savoury broth and noodles. No matter what you order, it’s always delicious. These Edmonton restaurants have the city’s best Vietnamese cuisine, pho’sure.
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