6 delicious food & drink events coming to Edmonton this November
Hopefully, all the Halloween candy doesn’t ruin your appetite, because the Edmonton food and drink events in November are well worth checking out. From massive festivals to intimate dinners, there’s bound to be something for everyone this month.
Here are the best Edmonton food and drink events in November.
Looking to take your mind off of the changing weather? There ain’t much better than a little rum to warm the sould. Enjoy unlimited tastings of over 75 different rums, and make sure you ask about what tiki drinks are best.
When: November 1
Where: Delta Edmonton South
Let’s say, on the other hand, that you’re ready to warm up for winter. Well then, head down to Favoloso for this five-course meal that might as well be your personal trip to Northern Italy. Wine pairings are included, score!
When: November 2
This massive, weekend-long festival is a great way to dip your toes into some delicious spirits and gourmet foods. After 20 years, you know that the organizers have got the food fest down to a science.
When: November 8 and November 9
Where: Edmonton Convention Centre
Tickets: $22 and up
It’s an open secret that Stags’ Leap is one of the most prestigious wineries in North America. The evening includes a five-course meal Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, and 5 pairings of the wineries best offerings.
When: November 14
Where: Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse
Celebrate the opening of the new Buffalo Trace Room at the Mercer Tavern with a nice little 4-course meal. Plus, they’ve got a cocktail reception to start things off beforehand. Perfect for our feeble attempts at social networking.
When: November 22
Where: Mercer Tavern
Oh, you thought chocolate was only good with coffee or cigars? Think again, powerful businessperson from the 90s. And if you don’t believe us, head to this event for a much more in depth look at what makes a chocolate pairing so great.
When: November 22
Where: Credo Coffee
And that’s our round up for the best food events in Edmonton this November! We’re intrigued by pairing tea and chocolate, and we wouldn’t mind balling out for the risotto dinner. How about you?