Fine dining at reasonable prices, featuring outstanding contemporary cuisine prepared and served by NAIT's Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management students
A new interpretation of fish and chips, blending the traditions of London chippies and East Coast seafood, offering diners a sustainable and health-conscious reimagining
Good Stock opened in 2017 with the aim of showing that “fast food” can also be healthy, plant-based and budget friendly. Chef Jesse Morrison-Gauthier (Baking '07)
Joey’s Bell Tower turns culinary artistry into a spectator sport with their open kitchen design! Pop by for cocktails before heading to a concert or stay for dinner.
Kanto 98st. brings Filipino flavours to Edmonton's growing collection of restaurants focused on street food from away.
A casual space that blends Irish and English favourites with local ingredients and a Canadian twist.
Lux is a modern take on the traditional steakhouse. Come for hip decor and antibiotic- and hormone-free Angus beef aged in house for 28 days.
It's southside southern barbecue: brisket, pulled pork, pulled chicken, all featuring homemade sauces. And, of course, there's bourbon.
Pip serves up charming comfort food in a cozy 28-seat space. Catch their exquisite takes on classic brunch favourites during the day or join them for dinner.
The Red Ox Inn takes an eclectic approach to fine dining, infusing seafood and meat dishes with local ingredients. There are only 12 tables so be sure to call ahead.
Blair Lebsack created a unique concept: cook where the food is. After years of setting tables at a farm near you, he's set up a space based on the same culinary theme just west of downtown.
Rostizado borrows from the diversity of Mexican cooking and its reliance on slow-roasted ingredients.
No meat, no cheese, no problem
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