104 Street Feast

Duration: 3 hours

Location: We meet at Kitchen by Brad - across from the Coast Plaza and Beaver Hills Park on 105th St.

Adult

$115*

CAD

*Price is $115 plus GST and EZTix fee. All sales are final. Non refundable. Tours occur rain, snow or shine.

Join us Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to brunch and munch our way through one of Edmonton's favourite culinary hubs.

  • Starting with brunch at Kitchen by Brad - you know you're in for a treat.
  • Enjoy Edmonton’s iconic foods, including authentic Ukrainian perogies, farm fresh tastings and treats for your sweet tooth.
  • Learn about the history, art and culture of Canada's most Northern City.
  • Your ticket price includes payment, tip and tax to all our vendor partners so all you have to do is relax and enjoy.

You'll start with a satisfying brunch and add several delectable treats to that.

Our tours take place in rain or shine. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes for walking.

This tour is for ages 14 and up and all fitness levels - though there is a lot of standing.

Tours run Saturdays 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.


What to Expect

 

We meet at Kitchen by Brad on 105th St. You’ll be welcomed with fresh coffee, a hardy Ukrainian breakfast and chef’s demo that you’ll never forget. With happy bellies we’ll walk a block to the 104th St. market and taste our way through our favourite vendors with fruits, chocolate, Newget, cookies, dumplings, bison and more. We’ll toast our great morning with a wine tasting.

Start with a hardy helping of Edmonton's Ukrainian food heritage & let our guides share tastings of our favourite stalls at 104 St market

Kitchen by Brad

Chef/Owner Brad Smoliak is a culinary legend in Edmonton.

Jacek Chocolates

Jacqueline Jacek is a "cocoanista" and bean to bar chocolate maker who presents a "new line" of fashionable chocolates with each season.

Fruits of Sherbrooke

Bravo for these community volunteers who use the bounty of Edmonton's fruit trees to produce these jams and jellies and then use the profits to feed school kids.

Honest Dumplings

Chinese dumpling goodness reimagined for this millennium.

Newget

Italian treats lovingly made in Edmonton.

Confetti Sweets

Oscar-nominated cookies? You bet and we'll be munching on them.

Gull Valley Growers

Vine ripened heritage tomatoes that taste like summer year-round

Medicine Man Bison

Taste our indigenous species - the great bison of Alberta.

Ocean Odyssey Inland

Sustainability and seafood. They taste great together as you'll see.

deVine Wines and Spirits

Here's where we'll toast our day together.


Where to Meet

We'll meet inside Kitchen by Brad at #101, 10130 - 105 St and we end just one block away. It's opposite the Beaver Hills Park on 105 St.

Meeting Location

10130 105 St
Edmonton, AB, Canada

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Have questions? Here's the most frequently asked.

The tours are recommended for ages 14 plus. Children 13 and under may not have the attention span to participate and listen attentively to our vendor’s stories.

Gratuities are greatly appreciated by our tour leaders if you feel they’ve done a great job. The standard gratuity in the service industry is 15%-20%.

Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations. Our tour leaders will point out the “comfort stops” on each tour as it progresses.

Edmontonians are used to all sorts of weather so the tours are held rain, shine, or snow. In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. However, we advise to check the weather conditions for your day’s event and dress appropriately.

You should bring with you a camera and a small bottle of water. When it’s really hot out, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body and a lightweight pair of sunglasses. During the cooler seasons it’s important to wear an extra layer of clothing and consider bringing gloves and a hat and scarf as Edmonton is Canada’s most Northern City.

Still have questions?   Visit our FAQ page to submit your own

Guests learn where their food comes from and how it is prepared and a tour leader shares stories about the neighbourhood’s history and culture.

Madeline Cummings, The Edmonton Examiner, April 2016