The nice thing about living in the province of Alberta is the offerings for food you get to experience in almost all corners of the place. In every small town, you will be able to find food establishments offering farm fresh dishes making you want visit them for second time around.
The Saskatoon Farm - 80181 338 Avenue East, De Winton
Located to the south of Calgary is The Saskatoon Farm. This stop offers delectable and authentic Mexican dishes, where food is grown by Mexican farmers who take pride in their fresh picks. Aside from the excellent dishes, you can also check out the fresh fruit preserves, which you can bring home and you can take a sip of their heart warming hot drinks from its cafe.
The Millarville Farmers' Market - Box 68, Millarville
On the other hand, if you are looking for some artistic and handmade cups, plates, saucers, and other wares, a place to check out within the area is The Millarville Farmers' Market. You will also find plenty of fresh dishes and produce here.
Twin Butte General Store & Mexican Restaurant - Box 461, Twin Butte
If you want to enjoy the beautiful view of the mountain while enjoying a big mug of beer with some nachos on the side, a good place to stop by would be the Twin Butte General Store & Mexican Restaurant. They serve many great Mexican dishes and never short you on the beer.
The Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market - 10310 83 Ave NW Edmonton, AB
The Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market is considered to be Edmonton’s first, and perhaps best, indoor farmer’s market. The farmers market boasts over 130 vendors every Saturday. They offer a wide array of hand-made goods and locally-grown produce. Those who visit the market are likely to find specialty foods such as jewelry, home decor, handicrafts, clothes, purses, shoes, tableware and nearly anything else you can envision! One of the most interesting things about the farmers' market is that if you stop by on any given week it is likely to be different as the vendors are always changing.
Chuckwagon Café - 105 Sunset Boulevard NW, Turner Valley
At the Chuckwagon Café they take pride of their signature beef recipes. If you have not tried their burger yet, you are missing out. The cows they use are home-grown, which gives you the peace of mind to know you're eating the freshest beef possible. Everything served here is organic.
Almost every corner of Alberta is worth a stop. You will always find something interesting to bring home and something that will satisfy your craving while you're there.