82 Avenue Northwest
Edmontons most trendy street. Full of neat shops, historic buildings, pubs, restaurants, and patios. Very lively and walkable area. One of Edmonton’s entertainment districts.
Best area in City for walking to entertainment, restaurants, and people watching
Cosmopolitan and lively Avenue. Described as the street that never sleeps. Try different cuisines and cozy shops with one of a kind items
Whyte ave is an arts and shopping , entertainment district hosting the fringe festival in August and tons of independent and more recently larger stores to browse. Five minutes away by car.
Whyte Ave is an Historical Site which hosts many Festivals throughout the year. Just blocks from UofA you’ll always have an interesting mix of people to watch. Whyte Ave boasts an eclectic array of shops from music and arts to vintage and kitschy to hemp&stuff and even a farmer’s market. Lots of…
This local shopping area has a wide variety of locally owned boutique's and a wonderful year-round farmers market. It also features many great nightlife venues.
Anchored by the funky, bohemian spirit of Whyte Avenue, historic buildings blend with youthful exuberance to make Old Strathcona one of Edmonton’s trendiest neighbourhoods. The city's celebrated arts and cultural community makes its home here, as does a plethora of unique local boutiques,…
Whyte Ave is the closer option for you if you're looking to go out for a little fun on the town. Multitude of bars and nightclubs here as well as food options and your classic hole in the wall pizza and donair places. During the day theres a bunch of neat shopping options here too!
Great for shopping and bar hopping! boutique shops, antique shops, so many bars and restaurants you will have to go more than once!
Along Whyte Avenue, you will find lots of bars, cafes, and restaurants when you need a rest from shopping.
Whyte Ave: Another local hot spot with everything you need; great eats, many treats, unique entertainment, and plenty of shopping.
Whyte Ave leads to the U of A and U of A hospital. It is packed with bars, trendy restaurants, and fantastic shops.
“The #85 bus takes you downtown and back in less than 10 minutes. The bus stop is only steps from our front door.”
“Excellent variety of both prepared meals and grocery items. 10 minute walk or 5 minute drive.”
“Ah-maz-ing! Best bakery, authentic Italian food & groceries. An absolute must visit!”
“Great place for groceries catering to students, singles and professionals for lunches. Cafe there also for coffee and an outing.”
“Festival Place, Sherwood Park’s cultural centre for performing arts. It hosts Local talent and talent from all over the world. An array of musical and other performances from local highschool plays to world renown professionals all of which have been equally enjoyed. You may be able to pick up a last minute ticket if you are lucky to something when you’re in town, No promises.”