The place for some of Edmonton's best chai, the cafe is known for putting a twist on traditional Indian and Pakistani dishes while accommodating food sensitivities and diet restrictions. The big, colourful Whyte Avenue locale is one of the various licensed chai bars for this Edmonton original.
Restaurants, pubs and shops line the north boundary of the community, along Whyte Avenue
Parks dot the area made up of single-family homes, condos and low-rise apartment buildings along with various schools, diverse businesses and amenities.
Experience Queen Alexandra
Once home to the much-loved Bee Bell Bakery, the brick building is buzzing once again. This time with a brewery, restaurant and live music venue. Currently, only the upstairs' performance space is open for business, with the other sections opening in the coming year.
A shoe shop obsessed with comfort including specialty kicks for diabetic and arthritic customers. The store is an extension of the owner’s, Neil Banheghi, commitment to footwear. He’s a member of the College of Pedorthics of Canada and holds designations as a Certified Pedorthist and Certified Pedorthic Master Craftsman.
The tastes and products of Latin America. With 100 varieties of dried herbs and spices not commonly found elsewhere in the city, you can get the ingredients to make your own meal or takeaway freshly cooked eats. Service is available in English or Spanish.
Named in honour of former Edmonton Eskimo football great Rollie Miles, the grounds offer space to practice and compete in athletics. There are two soccer fields, an outdoor 400m 8-lane track, long and triple jump sand pits, a javelin, shot put and discus throwing area plus stands for 1000 spectators complete with bathrooms.
A triangular park crisscrossed by paved walkways and dotted by park benches sitting under shady trees. The quaint natural space is named after the former president of the Edmonton Board of Trade and the owner of Edmonton's very first automobile, a 1903 Ford Model A.
Skating and hockey programs, drop-in shinny and public skating are all available at the Tipton Arena. Run by the City of Edmonton, the facility has four dressing rooms, automated skate sharpening machine, vending machines, large lobby and seating for 350 spectators.
A health care complex housing a variety of services. A family medical practice, physiotherapy and sports medicine practice are available by appointment or via walk-in. Occupational Health Services are only accessible by appointment. A pharmacy is also on-site.
A Kindergarten to Grade 9 school providing Alberta curriculum within a Catholic faith context. The school also runs the MTC Hockey Academy program for Grades 4-9. It assists young hockey athletes to pursue their sport and education in a faith-based learning environment.
- 3 Beds
- 4 Baths
- 645 sq.ft.
- 4 Beds
- 1 Bath
- 2 Storey
- 1140 sq.ft.
- 3 Beds
- 1 Bath
- 2 Storey
- 876 sq.ft.