We’ve all driven through towns with same old restaurants that you have at home – the plaza even looks the same. Thankfully, the Tri-Region has a number of locally owned and operated restaurants that will get anyone’s mouth watering…
1) The Loft at Sandyview Farms
If you’re looking for a off the beaten path spot to have a little brunch or lunch on the weekend, the Loft in Spruce Grove might just be the place for you and your friends. Located above the Sandyview Farms deli, the Loft carters to the bacon loving brunch crowd. Serving the same meat that it sells in the deli below the Loft is defiantly a little gem tucked away to the west of Edmonton.
The Loft dawns a traditional breakfast menu serving your classic style breakfast of eggs, either thick cut bacon, cottage roll style ham or sausages, home-fries, and toast. The breakfast menu has a little something for everyone’s tastes. The blueberry perogies come as a highly recommend alternative to the traditional breaky and come in servings of either 4 or 6.
The Loft is busy place during the weekends but is worth the wait in line. Head over to their Facebook page to stay up to date on specials in both their deli and restaurant upstairs. See The Loft’s menu >
2) Jack’s Drive-In
Serving the community of Spruce Grove for over 50 years, Jack’s is your burger chain alternative with that old school vibe. The menu hasn’t changed for decades and neither has the quality or service. Serving up burgers, fries, handmade milkshakes and an assortment of other fast food goodies, Jack’s Drive-In is a great off the beaten path spot to grab a family meal or a friday night snack with your friends. Have a look at Jack’s menu >
3) Something Else Restaurant
Get a little taste of Greece as you step into Something Else Restaurant, a greek inspired kitchen in the heart of Spruce Grove. The upscale casual appeal of this restaurant is great for a fine family meal, a birthday celebration or a romantic date. Something Else services Greek cuisine with your usual classics like moussaka, souvlaki, paithaika and the dishes are prepared like they just came out of mom’s kitchen, only adding to their tasty and authentic greek cuisine.
While Something Else caters to greek fan there is much more on their menu. Offering great pasta dishes and pizzas can also please the italian leaning palate. Discover Something Else’s menu >
4) Homesteader’s Kitchen
Food is at it’s peek when it’s straight from the farm and at Homesteader’s Kitchen (pictured at top) you’re standing on top of a mountain. The Homesteader’s Kitchen follows the philosophy that the closer your food is to nature and the farm, the better it tastes. Keeping their meals natural and wholesome, this kitchen let’s their ingredients speak for themselves. Open 7 days a week from 11:00AM – 3:00PM and serving breakfast on the weekends from 9:00AM – Noon. Step into your grandmother’s kitchen and enjoy a nice bowl of soup and a sandwich or a beautifully hearty pasta dish. Make sure to save some room for pie which are made fresh daily. Take a look at Homesteader’s menu >
5) Bing’s #1 Restaurant
This western Canadian-Chinese restaurant has been in Spruce Grove since 1970 and is currently in it’s third generation of ownership. Catering to both Chinese traditional favourites like wonton soup, ginger beef and spring rolls (which are all made in house) and western classics. Featuring a great selection of sandwiches, hamburgers, and bread cutlets and a full Chinese inspired menu, Bing’s #1 caters to any taste your table might have. Have a look at Bing’s full menu >
6) Basile’s 2 For 1 Pizza
There’s nothing better than dialing up the pizza man on a Friday night and waiting for those steaming hot pies to come to the door. No dishes no hassle, it’s perfect. The only thing that can get in your pizza eating way is the mess of pizza flyers you have on your counter, but not now. Basile’s 2 For 1 Pizza is arguably the best in the area. With ample toppings and a perfect crust this pizza shop should be taking your top spot from now on – plus you always get two pizzas and who could complain about that. See Basile’s menu and delivery number >