There’s going to be at least one more gorgeous weekend in the books for Edmonton and it’s the perfect time to hit up the newly popular ‘accidental beach’, check out one of the many new Korean Shaved Ice shops opening up in Edmonton or check out some of the events coming up – like the night market in Beaumont, where you can shop from 70+ vendors, including some of our favourites like Chartier.
Here’s what dates you should be going on this weekend in Edmonton
Beaumont Night Market | Saturday
This fantastic market that you can browse while you drink, and get entertained with live music, turns into an adults only oasis after 8 o’clock on Saturday night. You can enter the vintage costume contest, shop vendors like Chartier, local breweries and shops, and eat, eat, eat.
Foodie Bike Tour | Saturday
Is your idea of hanging out on a Saturday made better when you combine eating and cycling? The Foodie bike tour will take you around town, cycling to each location where you can experience new restaurants and flavours. Use the code ‘last2dates2017’ to save 20% off of the ticket price, this is one of the last two dates of the 2017 season.
What the Truck?! | Saturday
It’s your last chance of the season to experience What the Truck!? and the food trucks that come with it. Explore the many food trucks, but remember to make a plan before you go – about what you want to eat and where you want to eat it from. Show up early, think lunch rather than dinner, if you want thinner crowds (and to make sure you get everything you want to eat). Remember, the menus are posted ahead of time for you to choose from – and bring a friend to make those lines more bearable, or to divide and conquer.
All you can Eat Taco Buffet | Sunday
Deluxe taco bar buffet with toppings and sides! Weekend buffet includes bottomless less fountain drink! It’s $18 for adults, and you can come hungry and eat all that you can as part of the fun afternoon out where you’re going to get stuffed with tacos, and it’s not even Tuesday. Lucky you.
Block Party | Friday
On September 8 from 5:30 til 9 p.m., St. Anne Street (from Perron Street to St. Thomas Street) will be closed to traffic and instead be home to fun, food and live entertainment – all for you!