La Bosco Bakery and Café review

A New Café Joins Old Strathcona review by Ariel Delorme La Bosco Bakery and Café, doing a unique French-Korean twist on desserts and coffee, is a brand-new shop in the surrounding industrial area three blocks south of Whyte avenue. With wheelchair accessibility and...

Route 99 Diner review

Edmonton’s classic 50s style family diner photo: www.walkableedmonton.com review by Analea Zimmermann This week I had the pleasure of revisiting an old favourite, Route 99 Diner. Seven years ago, I made my first visit to the diner with my dad. Some of my fondest...

Cafe Mosaics Review

If you want a chill place to eat with local art and a comfy atmosphere, Cafe Mosaics is a great place to go photo: exploreedmonton.com Review and photos by Vivian Poon After six months of socially isolating, I missed the experience of sitting down and actually dining...

Al Salam Pita Restaurant: guest review

“Al Salam Pita Restaurant is a place where…you will fall in love with the food.” photo: Al Salam Review by Zoravar Dhanju, student writer in the University of Alberta WRITE 297 program. For the seven years that I lived in the Middle East, in Oman and...

Have Mercy restaurant: guest review

 How one Southern Kitchen Lasso’d My Cowpoke Heart photo: Have Mercy Review by Tom Kunz, student writer in the University of Alberta WRITE 297 program. “Have Mercy” Review: Erik, Garett, and I settled on the Have Mercy restaurant for a few simple reasons. We knew...
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