A newcomer to Edmonton's independent food scene The Marc serves up traditional offerings of classic French bistro fare. The daily fresh board offers up worthy specials that compliment this vibrant and bustling room. The Marc has quickly become a must visit as guests delight in rich duck confit and enjoy hefty pours of cheap and cheerful.
Relax at the bar and enjoy a special pour or grab a quick plate at the communal table. Join your friends and allow us to take you to France for a few hours.
WOODWORK is a collaboration between Chef Mike Scorgie and Barman Andrew Borley.
The name WOODWORK pays homage to the intersection of our passions for wood-fired cooking and barrel-aged spirits.
Located in Edmonton's historic McLeod Building at 10132-100 Street, WOODWORK is currently under construction and will be open fall 2013.
The Creperie is a unique affordable French Style Restaurant.
Voted most romantic, the Creperie’s atmosphere is cozy and warm with small intimate rooms and flickering candle light.
The perfect destination for all your “Celebration of life” whatever it be for 2 or 20 and more.
Private or semi private rooms available for groups of 10 to 54.
Specializing in savoury crepes filings with seafood, chicken, beef and vegetarian selections, and Country French Comfort Entrees with weekly features.
Gluten free menu available.
Soyez des nôtres pour un repas français simple, délicieux et rafraîchissant dans le Quartier francophone!
Come join us for delicious and refreshing French-country fare in the French Quarter!
Here at La Boheme you will find an elegant ambiance that will enrich your dining experience. We have beautiful private dining facilities for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries or business affairs with seating from 8 to 40. You can choose from a selection of five unique rooms. Have a party in the Wine Cellar, which is designed in oak and seats up to 18 people, or the Tango Salon, with its collection of tango photographs and open dance floor. Our restaurant features sensibly priced, classical and contemporary cuisine elegantly prepared in the French tradition. Bon appetite!
At The Chateau Louis we strive to provide the freshest top quality products available. Our beef is Alberta Triple A, the wild sockeye salmon is from B.C. , the lamb is local Alberta. All sauces, salad dressings and desserts are freshly made in the hotel kitchen.
We believe that meals should be enjoyed and not rushed. Good food takes time to properly prepare and we will endeavour to make every meal memorable.
Executive Chef Lorne Soles