Quality Inn West Harvest
17803 Stony Plain Road
Edmonton, AB T5S 1B4
Phone: (780) 484-8000
Fax: (780) 486-6060
17803 Stony Plain Road, Edmonton, AB, CA, T5S 1B4
- Phone: (780) 484-8000
- Fax: (780) 486-6060
Bars & Cafes
At the Twisted Kilt, also known as Magtaggert's Brewing Co., they believe in treating both their customers and employees well; meeting their every requirement with a bit of flair. No wonder then, that is one of the most popular sports bars in Edmonton today. With sexy waitresses and finger-licking delicious pub fare, the bar has the perfect ambience for an evening out with friends. The TVs cast the latest sporting events and the service is friendly.
The Tea Place of Alberta Canada is exactly what the name implies. With over 100 varieties of tea, there is guaranteed to be something for everyone, whether you like it black, green, or white. If regular tea is not your thing there are also specialty coffees, mate, chai, and Italian sodas. Iced bubble tea is available for those days where it's too hot to drink tea. Plus they have lunch specials that offer a full range of soups salads and paninis.
The moment you enter Sherlock Holmes Pub, you are taken over by a totally different world. A one-of-its-kind British pub, Sherlock Holmes Pub looks smack out of the streets of London. Sherlockian memorabilia adorn the walls along with jerseys, photos, soccer scarves, flyers and plaques, but everything else is wood. The lively atmosphere of the bar never dies thanks to karaoke, live music and games. It is a perfect place to just chill out with a large group of friends over pints of beer and regular pub fare. This one at West Edmonton Mall also happens to be the first of three Sherlocks outlets in the city.
Encore re-defines the concept of partying and clubbing. This Egyptian themed nightclub spares no efforts in presenting ultimate entertainment and comfort to its patrons. With six bars spread across four levels, you have plenty of options to choose from. If you are in no mood to party with large crowds, it has private rooms on offer. Encore is the hippest and coolest nightclub across Edmonton. While you are in the city, do check-out this club, located within the West Edmonton Mall.
The much sought after Hudsons Tap House on Bourbon Street is one of the four locations in the City of Edmonton. The place serves pub food made with a tint of the Northern Cuisine in it. Include a meal with a selection of delicacies from their varied menu. As evening nears, an energetic atmosphere sets in as locals flock the place in large numbers. Weekdays feature live musical performances by popular local bands on select days. If you need more details on Hudsons, please check out the website or call them.
Starbucks can be rightly called the pioneer of the coffee movement. The premium coffee here has turned many skeptics into coffee-lovers. They have maintained the quality over the years by using the best variety of beans sourced from different parts of the world. Not only do they sell coffee but also delectable bakes fresh from the oven. The coffeehouses provide a very good atmosphere for relaxed evenings, business meets, dates and casual coffee drinking. This outlet is located within the West Edmonton Mall.
If all the shopping opportunities West Edmonton Mall has provided you with have tired you out, then how about taking a break at Tim Hortons. Located on the second floor of the shopping center, this coffee house provides you with various options, not just in terms of drinks, but also food. You can try some of their baked goodies like bagels and croissants, or go in for something heavier, like soups & sandwiches. The mall entrance nearest to this cafe is number 45.
Gingur Sky Lounge is a cool bar located on the 118 Avenue in Edmonton. A favorite destination of clubbers, it rocks with great music and fun events. 'Dj Nites', parties and theme nights are a regular feature at Gingur. For complete information on the up-coming events, call ahead.
Have a huge craving for ice-creams? Then head to Pinocchio Ice Cream. The father-son duo of Salvatore and Tom have been serving up delicious flavors of ice creams for decades. Flavors being largely, from Italy some of the finest ice creams are made here. Chocolate-cream-cheese-red-wine gelato and white-wine-orange-and-cream-cheese gelato are definitely worth it. Not just ice-creams even sherbets, sorbets and gelato are on the menu. Call for more information.
Tucked into the High Street area is a charming two-story house. This cafe was originally the home of one of Alberta's Attorney Generals. The structure of this 1929 building was preserved and the interior, now decorated in earthy greens and burgundies, is still divided into the small rooms of its original design. Choose from a variety of tapas such as Bruschetta. In the summer, enjoy a beer on the large three-tiered patio.
Just a block or so from the Gallery Walk District is a quaint little coffee house that is a great place to chat over coffee or tea, or to have a light lunch. The Urban Grind offers a large selection of beverages and serves a variety of sandwiches, salads, and desserts. The space is uncluttered and relaxing with only a few tables, some nicely worn couches facing each other over old-fashioned coffee tables, and a few stools by the window.
Duchess Bake Shop creates delicious sweet treats and baked goods that are fit for royalty. On offer are pain au chocolate, éclairs, meringue, and madeleine, that look as great as they taste. Take away a cappuccino and a box of their confections and enjoy it at your favorite spot in the city. Or select a spot by the window for a view of the street bustle. The pristine white walls and elegant furnishing make for a sophisticated ambiance.