Skip to content

Best things to do in Bonnie Doon, Edmonton

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Road
“Lots of boutique shops are located between 108 and 103 Street along Whyte Avenue. It's Edmonton's spot for eclectic and cool pieces.”
57 locals recommend
Park
“This trail is very popular. Great shelter from the wind as you wind through this trail of bridges and dirt trail around the creek. ”
11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Neighbourhood establishment. They make their own bread. I'd prefer this place for brunch rather than lunch. And then you go check out the second hand bookstore next door or burn off the calories in the ravine. ”
15 locals recommend
French Restaurant
$$$
“Eat a delicious poutine at Cafe Bicyclette or have one of their bagels. They are from St. Viateur’s in Montreal (best in the world).”
12 locals recommend
Water Park
“Beat the summer heat or work on your tan at the outdoor pool in Mill Creek Ravine.”
10 locals recommend
Route
“It's one of Edmo's hot spots for festivals etc. And summertime is is alive with a buzz of people and things to do and see. The fringe, the pride festival, the university campus... There is a lot on whyte. ”
10 locals recommend
Route
““Edmonton’s Official Party Headquarters” Named the “Best Street in Canada”. Within walking distance of our Airbnb.”
9 locals recommend
Bar
“If you prefer an Irish atmosphere, Duggan’s Boundary doesn’t disappoint. They also have live music on Friday and Saturday nights.”
8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Vietnamese food in a friendly, budget friendly location. A two block walk from my location. Take out or eat in and enjoy some great dishes. ”
6 locals recommend
Liquor Store
“The Boonie Doon Mall has all the essentials such as: Safeway, Tim Hortons, a food court, M&M meats, etc… They also have several old school bowling lanes!!”
5 locals recommend
Route
“Whyte Ave is an Historical Site which hosts many Festivals throughout the year. Just blocks from UofA you’ll always have an interesting mix of people to watch. Whyte Ave boasts an eclectic array of shops from music and arts to vintage and kitschy to hemp&stuff and even a farmer’s market. Lots of little foodie places—coffee shops, ice cream parlours, bistros, restaurants, pubs. And a wild nightlife scene. ”
4 locals recommend
Route
“Great for shopping and bar hopping! boutique shops, antique shops, so many bars and restaurants you will have to go more than once!”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This is a quaint little cafe where you can eat locally source food. They also have a liquor license with many types of gin, if that is your thing.”
6 locals recommend
Neighborhood
“Nice walking trails which lead all the way down to the river valley. Nice place to walk, no matter the season!”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This is an extremely small yet very popular higher end restaurant. It’s a great place for a romantic dinner out or for those who are foodies.”
5 locals recommend
Cafe
“An artist run studio and cafe space. This Cafe is connected to a locally run art gallery and studio!”
2 locals recommend