Where To Eat In Edmonton?

Where to Eat In Edmonton - Padmanadi

Padmanadi is a family-friendly vegan restaurant in Downtown Edmonton. Steps away from the home of the Edmonton Oilers, Padmanadi serves Pan-Asian cuisine in a bright, simple and fun space. 

Where to Eat In Edmonton - Tres Carnales Taqueria

Tres Carnales Taqueria is a local favorite - serving up traditional tacos made using quality, upscale ingredients. Located in the ICE District, Tres Carnales Taqueria is only steps away from the home of the Edmonton Oilers.

Where to Eat In Edmonton - Sabor Restaurant

Located in Downtown Edmonton's Ice District - where the Edmonton Oilers play - SABOR provides guests with an atmosphere reminiscent of an upscale European café. 

Where to Eat In Edmonton - Mercer Tavern

Mercer Tavern is the place to be before and after Edmonton Oilers games. Set in one of Edmonton’s oldest buildings, this rustic-chic hangout is located downtown in the city's Warehouse District.

Where to Eat In Edmonton - Bar Bricco

Bar Bricco is one of Edmonton’s most popular Italian restaurants. This trendy eatery serves up authentic Italian starters, pasta, cheese and cured meats. 

Meat YEG - Edmonton Restaurants

As we travel all over to watch sporting events around the world, we are on a constant adventure to not only cross stadiums from our bucket list, but to indulge in the culture. That includes the unique food and eating at the top Edmonton restaurants that the city has to offer. Sports Travel is definitely Elite Sports Tours strong point, however we also have a ton of experience and knowledge of the top Edmonton restaurants and things to do when traveling to visit an unfamiliar city. Edmonton is a popular travel destination for hockey fans, as they are home to one of the best players in the NHL, Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers. With a brand new arena built in 2016, Rogers Place is one of the newest hockey arenas in the NHL.  The Elite Sports Tours team traveled to Edmonton, Alberta to watch the Toronto Maple Leafs at Edmonton Oilers in some Saturday night hockey in Canada. But first we had to make a stop at Meat For Dinner - YEG - Located in Old Strathacona just on the other side of the North Saskatchewan River.