Real Estate Update from ARET
Alberta Real Estate Team • CENTURY 21 Platinum Realty HIDDEN GEMS MOST DON’T KNOW ABOUT ^ in Edmonton Dadeo Want a taste of the Big Easy, but don’t have the money for a plane ticket? Head over to Dadeo New Orleans Diner at 10548AWhyte Ave. This local gem is shrouded in New Orleans-style decor with a ‘50s diner vibe. Grab a po’boy, a bowl of gumbo, or a slice of key lime pie for a taste of the American South. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 11:30am to 10pm, Friday and Saturday from 11:30am to 11pm, and Sunday from noon to 9pm. The Sugar Bowl The Sugarbowl has been providing a unique atmosphere and delicious food to the Garneau and University communities and Edmonton as whole since 1943. In this time it has taken many different shapes, from a burger joint in the 40s and 50s to a coffee house through the 60s and 70s, finally evolving into the full-service bistro and neighborhood pub that you know today. Kinnaird Park, at 77 St and Jasper Ave Gorgeous views overlooking the river valley, across from Riverside Golf Course. It has a 4.3 loop trail, rated moderate. Heading East you can hardly believe that you’re in the middle of the city, as you walk through a ravine surrounded by trees and beautiful nature scenery. Heading back West, there are paved trails with views of Downtown, and hoodoo-like formations. Plus it’s dog friendly!
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