Edmonton restaurants that closed this spring

In the spring, many new restaurants opened in YEG, but unfortunately many restaurants in Edmonton also closed this spring.

Some of these closed places hope to reopen one day, others have disappeared for good and some do not know what the future holds for them. We will surely miss all of them, especially as a few were among the most popular places to eat in the city.

Here are some notable Edmonton restaurants that closed this spring.

burger fight

Burger Brawl, a trendy video game-themed burger smash, has sadly closed its doors for good.

Serving sides, cocktails, beers and a wide range of creative burgers, this local spot was a favorite among many diners here in Edmonton.

There were over 10 different wild burger creations to choose from, with names like Dark Samus Burger and Sonic Burger.

Each was entirely original, with inventive and indulgent toppings loaded onto the crushed patties.

Address: 10505 106th Street NW, Edmonton


Sky of Langano

Langano Skies was one of Edmonton’s most popular family restaurants.

This Ethiopian restaurant, known as one of Edmonton’s best African restaurants, is sadly closing its doors after serving Edmonton for 18 years.

The food menu here included tons of entrees and veggies, from sambusa starters to tibs and hot dishes with platters that offer various flavors and traditional items.

Address: 9920 82nd Avenue NW, Edmonton


Blackbird Coffee

The Blackbird Cafe was one of Edmonton’s most popular cafes.

Known for being so much more than a cafe, this espresso-style neighborhood cafe had amazing food and killer drinks.

Located right in the heart of the Crestwood community, the focus here was on making artisan food and drink.

“After nearly eight wonderful years, we are sad to announce the permanent closure of Café Blackbird,” the cafe said in a recent Instagram post.

Address: 9640 142nd Street NW, Edmonton

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