Saskatoon has a bit of a reputation for going festival crazy in the summer months. There are multiple festivals every weekend June through August and now it looks like the same can be said for September!
There’s no doubt that the most charming streets in Saskatoon are those built around pedestrians, with lots of small, unique, locally-owned shops. Let’s not, however, be too quick to forget about 8th street. We sometimes lose the charm and brush the whole thing off as parking lots and big box stores, but there are some incredible and defining businesses and landmarks on 8th Street that help make Saskatoon the great city it is.
Live Comedy may very well be in its heyday right now, with comedians selling out…
Saskatoon has a reputation of housing more restaurants and bars than any other city of its size, and to solidify our rep it seems fitting that a few more new spots fire up this spring. I’ll give you the run-through of some recently opened downtown spots to check out if you’re looking to try some new flavours.
Saturdays & Sundays are for enjoying yourself – you’ve worked all week and whether you’re hungover from a big weekend night or not, brunch can be the best way to begin a good day-off in the city. Once you’ve assembled your brunch team, you’ve got a few options to enjoy.
Ask a resident what their favourite part about Saskatoon is, and if they don’t say “the people” they’ll surely say “our river.” So how can you make the most of the South Saskatchewan River beyond just taking great instagram photos from The Broadway Bridge? We’ll tell you!
Coffee is crucial. How is anybody supposed to change the world if they don’t start with a great cup of coffee in the morning? Let’s take your through some of the best coffee shops in a few of our favourite neighbourhoods in the city shall we?