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Warm up with our “Anti-Freeze” tour on March 1 & 2, 2018

Thanks to our friend Liane Faulder of the Edmonton Journal for including our Anti-Freeze food tour in her most recent Eat My Words Blog post. You can read it here. The details: Friday, March 2, 2018 – 5 – 7pm, $89/person plus GST and ticket fee. Price includes all food, beverages, tax and tips to the vendors. Please note: Because we sold out our March 2 tour, we’ve added a Thursday March 1 tour – same timings, same places. Thank you Edmonton!  We meet at The Marc for a surprise French appetizer treat with wine, go to Wishbone to enjoy chef Brayden Kozak’s famous Napa Cabbage Slaw and finish with meat treats with Kitchen by Brad’s Brad Smoliak. There will be beverage pairings with each stop and everyone leaves with some Jacek Chocolate to ensure sweet dreams. With this much camaraderie…

Edmonton’s 104th Street is a magical place in the summer

Edmonton’s 104th Street is a magical place in the summer. With numerous cafes spilling out onto the sidewalk, it is a hot spot for people watching, while also offering the perfect opportunity to indulge in a range of high-quality food and drink. You can sip cocktails while sampling tapas at Tzin Wine and Tapas, relish a craft brew with poutine at Blue Plate Diner, or choose from a selection of Canadian and international cheeses at Cavern, paired with a glass of thoughtfully curated wine. Perhaps the best way to get a good sense of 104th Street is to visit the bustling City Market held every Saturday between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. between the May long weekend and Thanksgiving. Some 20,000 visitors will join you of a pleasant day. All of you will be able to pick up a great…

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