Friday, June 15, 2012
We wish you were here in Saskatchewan - the food is great!
Start your day off right at Poached Breakfast Bistro. It’s an oasis of tranquillity and luxury.
Have lunch on the deck at Prairie Harvest Café. The food is fresh, local and delicious with lots of vegetarian and vegan options.
In the afternoon, why not tour Paddock Wood Brewing Co. or LB Distillers? I highly recommend Paddock Wood’s London Porter. And LB Distillers’ liqueurs are made from local, organic fruit.
Now, if you’re ready for an afternoon snack, you have several excellent options.
You can stroll down Broadway Avenue, pick up some cheese from the Bulk Cheese Warehouse or some salsa from Las Palapas Mercado, and munch on a whoopie pie from Crave Cookies and Cupcakes.
Alternatively, head over to Earth Bound Bakery on 8th Street East for a coffee and croissant. All the baked goods are made with local, organic ingredients.
Then head across the street to SaskMade Marketplace to pick up some Saskatchewan food products. I highly recommend the Three Farmers camelina oil, Petrofka Bridge apple cider vinegar, the organic flour from Daybreak Scheresky Mill, and the dried mushrooms from Prairie Infusions.
Duck Duck Goose. You’ll enjoy the eclectic atmosphere that includes a chandelier and matching wall sconces from a hotel in Cairo.
P.S. The Saskatoon Farmers’ Market is a community treasure. From eggplants and cherry tomatoes, to macarons and seabuckthorn gelato, there’s something for everyone.
For more ideas, check out:
Great Saskatchewan Food Products
Great Food Places in Saskatoon
Riversdale: Great Food Places
Broadway: Great Food Places