Battista’s Calzone Company broke ground in Edmonton in October of 2010 and quickly established a solid reputation as a delicious purveyor of – as its name suggests – calzones. A calzone, for the uninitiated, is a bit like a pizza that has been folded in half, baked, and then eaten like a sandwich. Six flavours prevail on Battista’s concise menu; the most popular three feature homemade meatballs, spicy Italian sausage, and Italian cold cuts. A nutella version slathers tender dough with rich chocolate-hazelnut spread and fresh
One of the first entries into our Hudsons Canadian Taphouse Photo contest, Alex sends us her reasons why birthdays are best celebrated at Hudsons. Courtesy of Hudsons Canadian Taphouse and YEG Food Guide, we're proud to present Alex with a $25 GC.
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Enter Credo and you are greeted by a sky-high wall of windows, striking artwork, the bustle of multiple baristas working behind the counter in a perfectly choreographed dance, and the scent of freshly ground coffee beans. Credo is one of a scant few Edmonton coffee shops that brews Intelligentsia beans. This direct trade coffee follows a strict philosophy of environmentally friendly growing practices, fair prices for farmers, and exceptional quality of taste and aroma.
A certain building, just northeast of the perpetually busy 75 street and 82 avenue intersection, has housed an inordinate number of food-related businesses that range from the Buddha Bowl to Juggs Pub. The location seems to bear a curse, since no restaurant has persisted for even a minorly appreciable amount of time. Sabu Sushi Bar is the building’s latest occupant, and they are a tenant worthy of a long term relationship.