27
Dec
2020
Posted by: In: David Egan, Edmonton, Edmonton restaurants, Edmonton Transit Hotel, news, Transit Hotel, Transit Hotel restaurant, Transit Smokehouse & BBQ

New restaurant set to open in Edmonton’s iconic Transit Hotel – Edmonton

A new restaurant in Edmonton’s iconic Transit Hotel is days away from opening. The historic building on Fort Road and 66 Street closed in 2017 after being part of the area’s fabric since 1908. But in 2019, David Egan and his business partner signed a 20-year lease and began…
04
Nov
2020
Posted by: In: 880 Edmonton features, Bottega 104, Canada, COVID-19, Downtown Business Association, Downtown Dining Week, Eat Local, Edmonton food, edmonton small business, Local Food, novel coronavirus, OurYEG, Restaurant, Shop local, Small Business, Support Local

Downtown Dining Week in Edmonton aims for busy closing weekend – Edmonton

After being cut short due to COVID-19 restrictions, a popular Edmonton festival is back to help give the restaurant industry a boost. Downtown Dining Week is typically held in March but was one of the first festivals shut down after Alberta’s chief medical officer of health ordered the closure…
06
Sep
2020
Posted by: In: Bison, Canada, Consumer, Coronavirus, COVID-19, dance performances, Playground, Renovations, Reopening, Restaurant, Trails, Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Wanuskewin Heritage Park reopens after being temporarily closed for roughly 6 months – Saskatoon

The parking lot at Wanuskewin Hertitage Park featured visitors in it for the first time since March. The park temporarily closed its doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic and renovations. The renos are part of a $40 million project that is nearly complete. Upgrades include those to inside the…
31
Jan
2019
Posted by: In: California, Donald Trump, maga hat, MAGA Hat Ban, Make America Great Again, Make America Great Again Hats, news, Restaurant Bans MAGA Hats, silicon valley, World

Possible ‘MAGA’ hat ban draws controversy for California restaurant – National

A possible change to the dress code policy at one California restaurant has drawn controversy after the chef-partner tweeted that people wearing “Make America Great Again” hats would not be served. The new ban was tweeted out by Wursthall Restaurant and Bierhaus’ chef-partner J. Kenji Lopez-Alt. The restaurant is located…