104th Street Feast

104th Street Feast

104th Street Feast

A new and fun food concept launches in September on 104 Street. Called the 104th Street Feast, the concept is the inaugural outing for Edmonton Food Tours, a new company offering walking food tours of Edmonton neighbourhoods.

The food tour, which profiles Edmonton’s spectacular City Market, starts out with a full-on Ukrainian brunch, care of chef Brad Smoliak of Kitchen by Brad (located just a block from the market at 10130 105 St.). Then, well-sated, we gather at the south end of 104 Street and begin our tour.

Together, we’ll stop at key market vendors, sampling their wares (think cookies by Confetti Sweets and dumplings by Honest Dumplings) and hearing their remarkable stories. Along the way, we’ll tell you things about the market and its history that will astound and amaze (yes, it’s better than a trip down the midway). We’ll also stop in at non-market vendors, including Jacek Chocolate Couture, for more treats. We finish our tour at 1 p.m. at deVine Wines.

Edmonton Food Tours is part of Alberta Food Tours, which started in Calgary 10 years ago. The owner is Calgary food writer and broadcaster, cookbook author and culinary tour leader, Karen Anderson, who also expanded the company into Canmore this summer.

You’ll start with a satisfying brunch and add several delectable treats to that.


Our tours take place in rain or shine. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes for walking.


This tour is for ages 14 and up and all fitness levels.


Tours run Saturdays 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Your ticket price includes payment, tip and tax to all our vendor partners so all you have to do is relax and enjoy.

What to Expect

We meet at Kitchen by Brad on 105th St. You’ll be welcomed with fresh coffee, a hardy Ukrainian breakfast and chef’s demo that you’ll never forget. With happy bellies we’ll walk a block to the 104th St. market and taste our way through our favourite vendors with fruits, chocolate, Newget, cookies, dumplings, bison and more. We’ll toast our great morning with a wine tasting.

Escape the tourist areas as our local guides share the history and adventure of this amazing city.

Kitchen by Brad

Chef/Owner Brad Smoliak is a culinary legend in Edmonton.

Jacek Chocolates

Jacqueline Jacek is a “cocoanista” and bean to bar chocolate maker who presents a “new line” of fashionable chocolates with each season.

Fruits of Sherbrooke

Bravo for these community volunteers who use the bounty of Edmonton’s fruit trees to produce these jams and jellies and then use the profits to feed school kids.

Honest Dumplings

Chinese dumpling goodness reimagined for this millennium.


Italian treats lovingly made in Edmonton.

Confetti Sweets

Oscar-nominated cookies? You bet and we’ll be munching on them.

Gull Valley Growers

Vine ripened heritage tomatoes that taste like summer year-round

Medicine Man Bison

Taste our indigenous species – the great bison of Alberta.

Ocean Odyssey Inland

Sustainability and seafood. They taste great together as you’ll see.

deVine Wines and Spirits

Here’s where we’ll toast our day together.

More information and to book: EdmontonFoodTours.com