Duration: 3:30-6:30pm Thurs&Friday
Location: Jasper Avenue and the heart of downtown Edmonton's dining delights.
18 years of age and older
*Price is $115 plus GST & EZtix fee. Group size is limited to 12. Tours occur rain, shine or snow. Price includes tabs, taxes & tips to vendor's staff. Gratuities for our guide are appreciated - at your discretion. Tasting stops are subject to change
Minimum age is 18 years for this tour. Non-alcohol beverage tastings can be arranged as needed.
We can accommodate gluten-free vegetarian and most SERIOUS dietary restrictions with advanced notice
Wear comfortable shoes for walking and be prepared for weather as we tour rain or shine
Meet us at one of Edmonton’s finest hidden gems for a palate awakening. Enjoy a leisurely walk along Jasper Avenue – with a little side trip to the ICE district – savouring a mix of sweet and savoury tastings at five of the city’s premier dining establishments and one bonus tasting.
Please your palate with ample “knife and fork” food and beverage pairings while your brain soaks up stories of the history, art and culture of this bustling city and former fur trading post.
French inspiration meets Alberta's finest ingredients.
Kitchen by Brad
Here we'll go in chef Brad Smoliak's culinary lab to see what's cooking and taste something extraordinary - with Ukrainian flare.
Brayden Kozak cooks up comfort food classics.
Enter the historic Mercer Building and find yourself a happening Hong Kong bar with scintillating dishes and cocktails to match.
Cocoanista Jacqueline Jacek designs a new line of chocolates each season and we'll taste the latest in fashionable chocolate at her downtown atelier.
Confederation Lounge at The Fairmont MacDonald
Alberta's signature bison and craft beers sampled with a glorious river valley view and elegant service to cap off the tour.
Please be sure to let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restrictions (e.g. if you are vegetarian, have celiac disease or severe food allergies) This is one of the questions you must fill in before you can purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can usually accommodate your needs.
Parking is available at each tour’s starting location. After your purchase tickets, you’ll receive emails with parking suggestions.
The tours are held rain, shine, or snow. The walking distance between the establishments on the tour is very short and we will enjoy our tastings inside in the event of poor weather. Please check the weather conditions for your days event and dress appropriately – including footwear.
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Amelia T - TripAdvisor
I loved the tastes that we had along the way and left feeling satisfied and well fed.
Three Saturdays this summer, our guests will challenge chef Brad Smoliak with produce sourced at City Market 104 St then we'll enjoy lunch.