When in the Queen CityGet to know the Queen City by checking out these favourite local hangouts:
Stop by 13th Avenue Coffee House for yummy vegetarian fare, fill up on treats at Chocolate by Bernard Callebaut, get fit with Bodhi Tree Yoga or spend an afternoon shopping at Seed Sustainable Clothing, Uforia Muse, Argento and Paper Umbrella.
The Artful Dodger Cafe & Music Emporium
Live music, comedy shows, contemporary art gallery, whiskey and wine bar, plus pizza made in an artisan wood-fired clay oven – there’s a lot to love at the Artful Dodger.
Classic comfort food, 20 beers on tap, and what’s quickly becoming the best brunch in town. Victoria’s Tavern is a welcome addition to the downtown eating scene.
Located approximately 20 km outside of the city, Wascana Trails is a hidden gem. This scenic valley with 15 km of trails is a top spot for locals to enjoy nature. Hike or mountain bike up and down the trails to get the blood pumping and see great valley views.
Regina Farmers’ Market
Fresh and local is the order of the day, and the Regina Farmers’ Market has those in spades. Every Wednesday and Saturday, the City Centre Plaza is bustling with activity as locals and visitors stock up on quality Saskatchewan goods.
It’s a feast for the senses! One of Regina’s newest craft breweries, Rebellion loves supporting local causes, and is not afraid to experiment with locally sourced food and drink. With rotating taps, there’s always something new to try, whether it’s by grabbing a pint in the tap room or by filling up a growler to take home.
Many Regina residents take a stroll around Wascana at least a few times a year. Reginans take great pride in the beautiful man-made lake and surrounding park that is home to many festivals and events year round.