10 Santa-Approved Alberta Gift Cards
Here are 10 Santa-approved Alberta gift card ideas for last minute shoppers. These presents are AFT team approved and formulated to take the load off your mind at this busy time of year. Why, we’d even LOVE some of these awesome gift cards in our own stockings.
- Purchase the gift a cooking class from Calgary’s Cookbook Co. Cooks. Visit their online class calendar and book an unforgettable date or mother/daughter/father/son night out.
- The Banff Hospitality Collective has gift certificates that are good for 13 restaurants in Banff including High Rollers bBowling and Beer Hall, the new Hello Sunshine Karaoke bar, and the cozy Park Distillery (just to name a few).
- Calgary’s Teatro Group has gift cards that can be sent to a loved one’s inbox or mailbox and can be used at any of their six restaurants including our sweet partners Vendome and Holy Cow.
- With a gift card from Edmonton’s Awn Kitchen your recipient can book for a baking or bread making class.
- Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts gift certificates can be redeemed at any of their three mountain lodges, The Lake House Restaurant or Urban Butcher in Calgary.
- The Calgary 17th Ave Retail and Entertainment District has gift cards for participating businesses on the avenue. Your recipient can eat and shop a whole day away.
- A gift card for a U of A Botanic Garden Twilight Picnic Experience includes an extraordinary gourmet picnic basket and a great evening of live entertainment.
- Gift Cards for the yumminess made by Culina Family of Restaurants in Edmonton can be picked up at Culina to Go in the Oliver Exchange building.
- A Knifewear gift card is the perfect gift for the home chef who needs an upgrade for their kitchen knives.
- And last but not least, an Alberta Food Tours’ gift card can be used to gift the Eat the Castle tour at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel and our Alberta Food Finder food tour games or any denomination you care to give. Finally, you can also send a copy of Food Artisans of Alberta from our Eat Alberta First store.