Scenic Route to Alaska’s Guide to a Stellar Weekend in Edmonton

May 1, 2022

Edmonton is a city that is brimming with unique cultural experiences, delicious culinary endeavours and trendy locales! The Edmonton-based musical trio, Scenic Route to Alaska, has offered up their top picks of places to eat and must-do experiences that make for a jam-packed weekend in the city, no matter the season.




Get your day started with a late breakfast at one of Farrow's locations across central Edmonton. They focus on using local ingredients, bringing in some of the best coffee from independent roasters from all over the world, and a menu that is constantly changing. You'll be set to kick off your day with a burst of energy. Must try: The Grick

Keep the fun going by catching a show at one of Edmonton's local music venues. From The Starlite Room (a staple venue in the heart of the downtown Edmonton) to 99ten (this venue is underground, literally) the Yardbird Suite (the perfect spot for you jazzy folks), there's something for everyone!


Grabbing brunch at Mill Creek Café is the perfect way to start off your Sunday morning! This family-owned, local gem is steps away from the namesake Mill Creek ravine. You can sit and enjoy your breakfast in the café, or grab something to go and wander the trails with a latte in hand.

If one thing is for sure, it's that Scenic Route to Alaska are BIG golf guys. If they're not playing shows, you'll most likely find them perfecting their swings at a local course in the summertime. In the winter you'll catch them playing a game of shinny at the ODR (outdoor ice rink).

End the day with a sunset charcuterie picnic in the park! Stop in at the Italian Centre Shop, where you'll find their famous European deli brimming with the widest selection of meats, cheeses and antipasti, as well as their heavenly desserts. Then make your way to Hawrelak Park, one of the jewels of Edmonton's beautiful river valley. In the winter time, bring your ice skates and slide along the frozen pond under the stars!