From Farm to Table and Tap
Visit these agri-tourism operations in Saskatoon and area to experience the bounty of the land on your plate and in your glass. Take a day trip and meet the farmers and producers who are working to bring your food and drink to table and tap.
245 Valley Road, Saskatoon
Black Fox Farm & Distillery was started by John Cote and Barb Stefanyshyn-Cote with the intent of connecting people to agriculture. The Cotes grow 90 per cent of their ingredients on the farm. Acres of fresh fruit, flowers and grains are harvested and distilled into award-winning gin, whisky and liqueurs.
5 km S of Saskatoon on Hwy 219
Established in 2016, Crossmount Cider Company has grown into the largest craft cider company on the Prairies, producing hard apple cider from 100 per cent Canadian apples. Tour the 1,500-tree apple and 500-tree pear orchard and taste five delicious flavours of cider.
Farm One Forty, near Vanscoy
21 km W of Saskatoon on Hwy 7 to Vanscoy, and 4 km S on Grid 762
Farm One Forty is all about connecting people with real food, and owners Arlie and Brett LaRoche do that by hosting farm-to-table dinners and farm tour lunches. Tours offer a glimpse into daily life on the 140-acre farm. Guests can stroll out to the pasture, mingle with the animals and explore the gardens where most of the dinner ingredients are grown and harvested.
801 Broadway Avenue, Saskatoon
Odla – a unique, farm-direct restaurant and market – is the brainchild of Arlie and Brett LaRoche, who also own Farm One Forty. The holistically managed farm supplies the restaurant with its meat, grains, honey, fruits and vegetables. Chef and co-owner Scott Dicks creates seasonal menus inspired by the fresh ingredients.
Petrofka Orchard, near Waldheim
*Closed for the 2022 season
54 km NW of Saskatoon on Hwy 12
Petrofka Orchard is a 19-hectare fruit orchard and vegetable farm located along the North Saskatchewan River. Its main fruit crops include apples, plums, sour cherries and haskaps, used in over 58 gourmet products for purchase at the onsite Country Store. Enjoy a meal on the deck of the Prairie Sensation Café, or explore 1.5 km of trails that lead to the riverfront beach or picnic spot.
1621 – 8th Street E, Saskatoon
SaskMade Marketplace partners with local farmers, processors and artisans to provide a wide range of gourmet ingredients, grocery items, souvenirs and gift baskets. The marketplace is the perfect destination for tourists and locals to experience (and eat) all that Saskatchewan has to offer – from saskatoon berry jam to bison jerky.
Sunnyside Dairy, near Martensville
20 km N of Saskatoon on Hwy 12
Sunnyside Dairy’s creamery has the distinction of being the only place in the province to offer “milk on tap,” where customers can fill their own reusable glass bottles and jars. Its farmyard market sells beef and pork, as well as a variety of food products made onsite and from other local farmers and growers, including perogies, pies, soups, cabbage rolls and baking.
629B – 1st Avenue N, Saskatoon
Taste the difference of handcrafted breads and pastries that are baked in a wood-fired brick oven at The Night Oven Bakery. The bakery stone mills its own flour from organic Saskatchewan heritage grains, and uses seasonal ingredients from local producers to create delicious products.
Wolf Willow Winery/Camp Wolf Willow, near Outlook
56 km S of Saskatoon on Hwy 219, and 14 km W on Grid 764
With views of the South Saskatchewan River, tour the orchard, participate in some fruit wine tasting and enjoy pizza on the patio at Wolf Willow Winery, one of Saskatchewan’s newest wineries. Stay overnight and glamp in a luxury canvas or wooden A-frame tent at Camp Wolf Willow.