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You Have 17 Hours To Eat Your Way Out of Edmonton

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1/29/2017
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You Have 17 Hours To Eat Your Way Out of Edmonton?

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When it comes to finding a city in which to celebrate the summer solstice, they don’t come much better than one of my favorite Canadian dest.... Baca selengkapnya di JAWABAN.xyz

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When it comes to finding a city in which to celebrate the summer solstice, they don’t come much better than one of my favorite Canadian destinations, Edmonton. It’s known as the Festival City, hardly surprising as it really is packed with festivals and events throughout the whole year – a mix of Albertan and international festive fun.

Since 2008 the Edmonton Chamber Orchestra has put on a Summer Solstice Festival and this year is no different. Apart from the many great events to go to over the solstice period, one of my main plans is to spend those 17 hours, 2 minutes and 46 seconds of daylight eating my way round this great city.

Spoiled for Choice
Canadians have a real love of good food, and Edmontians have picked up that banner and run with it. There’s a fantastic choice of places to eat, from tasty fast food joints to cool, urban chic cafés, from the classiest of haute cuisine to the fabulous food trucks that dot the streets. It’s kinda hard to work out where to start, but here are some of the places I’ll be checking into as I eat my way around Edmonton.

Breakfast
A mosey down to the French Quarter seems like a good start to get things going. There’s a long day ahead and I need to get stoked up so I can last through to the end of it. Café Bicyclette offers a good choice of breakfast, with a French theme of course. I can choose from chocolate or cheese croissants, or take in an omelette and some fruit salad.

Coffee Break
I need a mid-morning shot of coffee so I’ll drop in to Block 1912 for a shot or two whilst looking through all the events for a long summers day in the city. It’s a lovely European style café, a great favorite with locals in Edmonton. I expect I’ll have to try one of their amazing gelatos at the same time.

Lunch
Hungry again after checking out some exhibitions, so time to head for the LUX Steakhouse and Bar to get my teeth around some superb Angus beef. It’s a good place to hang out with friends at the bar, and plenty of choice of alcoholic and soft drinks.

Afternoon Snack
I’ll need to use a phone app to find where Molly’s Eats Gourmet Food Truck is stationed so I can pick up one of their delicious sandwiches to keep me going strong.

Dinner
I really am spoiled for choice here. I might head for The Common to start with and pick up a cocktail or two and listen to some live music. I could just stay there and enjoy something from the seasonal menu and relax until well into the early hours.

Alternatively I’ll pick up a tasty bowl of noodle soup at Nomiya or drop in at XIX to indulge my love of seafood.

Wherever you go in Edmonton you’ll find fantastic food that will last you through those long hours of the summer solstice.