Feature Neighbourhood: Edmonton's 104th Street Promenade

Credit: EEDC

Stretching from the former railroad tracks to the North Saskatchewan River, Edmonton’s 104th Street Promenade is a historic enclave, not to mention cosmopolitan hood. Newly opened Rogers Place is making this district a hot spot for visitors and locals alike. Punctuated with locally owned businesses, you’ll find an abundance of boutiques and galleries just waiting for you to explore.
  • Every sign has a story at the Neon Sign Museum, the first museum of its kind in Canada, where historic signs are affixed to a red brick (TELUS) building.
  • Operating in downtown Edmonton for over a century, vendors at City Market must either make it, bake it or grow it themselves. Running outdoors from May to October, Edmonton’s original farmer’s market heads to City Hall during the winter months. 
  • With so many olive oils to choose from, might as well hit the tasting bar at Evoolution to determine your favourite.
  • Nosh on elevated Italian cuisine at Corso 32. Afterwards, indulge your sweet tooth at Jacek Chocolate Couture.

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