Eatery/Food service

Eatery/Food service

Antonio’s Pizza
#316 – 1 Westmount Shopping Centre
Edmonton, AB
T5M 3L7

Located in the Westmount Shopping Centre food court – come in today for some great Italian eats!

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Boston Pizza
11320 Groat Rd NW
Edmonton, AB
T5M 4E7

A Restaurant and Sports Bar, Boston Pizza is two great concepts under one roof!

Since opening our first location in Edmonton, Alberta in 1964, Boston Pizza has offered guests two experiences under one roof – a family-friendly casual dining restaurant and a separate sports bar with a lively atmosphere. No matter which side you select, Boston Pizza serves up an extensive menu with more than 100 items to choose from.

While we’re famous for our gourmet pizzas made with our signature hand pressed dough, our extensive menu satisfies every appetite with our mouth-watering pasta dishes and a wide variety of, salads, entrées and desserts.

The casual atmosphere, combined with big-screen high-definition TVs in the sports bar, makes Boston Pizza as fun for families as it is for teams and groups of all ages. Most of our restaurants also feature an outdoor patio for those days when guests want to sit back and soak up the sun.

Boston Pizza has more locations, serving more guests annually than any other casual dining concept in the country. Each year, more than 40 million guests are served across more than 380 locations in Canada.
Burger Baron
12425 118 Ave NW
Edmonton, AB
T5L 2K3

Burger Baron makes mouth watering burgers and delicious milkshakes, and has been since 1957!

If you want to try burgers people have been in love with for decades, drop by today!

Try one of our amazing burgers like the Heritage Burger, the Canadian Burger, or the Baron Burger. If you’re not feeling burgers, try our Super Donair, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, or Shrimp Basket!

Order online from any of our Burger Baron locations in Edmonton through SkipTheDishes and get $5 off your first online order over a $20 value!  Use voucher code: WeDeliver5
Dairy Queen – Westmount
13356 114 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB
T5M 4B7

The founders of the Dairy Queen® system were men and women who introduced a new kind of dessert treat and, in the process, developed the foundation of the franchising industry. The history of the DQ® system is a story of a unique product that created an industry.
A Story of Sweet Success
For more than 70 years, the DQ® system’s recipe for success has been simple. It’s been a combination of hardworking people who own and operate restaurants, and great-tasting food and tempting treats served in our establishments.
Our phenomenal story began with the 10-cent sale of a then unnamed product on August 4, 1938, in Kankakee, Illinois. A father and son partnership in Green River, Illinois, had been experimenting with a soft frozen dairy product for some time. They contacted Sherb Noble, a good friend and customer, who agreed to run the “all you can eat” trial sale at his walk-in ice cream store. Within two hours, he dished out more than 1,600 servings of the new dessert.
Back then, food franchising was all but unheard of, but the new product’s potential made it a natural for such a system. When the United States entered World War II in December 1941, there were fewer than 10 Dairy Queen® stores. However, shortly after the war, the system took off at a pace virtually unrivaled before or since. With only 100 stores in 1947, it grew to 1,446 in 1950 and then to 2,600 in 1955. Today, the DQ® system is one of the largest fast food systems in the world, with more than 6,000 restaurants in the United States, Canada and 18 other countries.
Although much has changed in the world and in the DQ® system through the years, one constant has remained: DQ® restaurants are still, and always have been, the place to find kids’ sports teams celebrating a victory, business people on their lunch break and families taking time out to enjoy great food and soft serve treats. And success for the DQ® system is as simple today as it was in 1940. Satisfied customers lead to successful restaurants. Each owner of our independently owned and operated establishments worldwide is committed to nothing less than the “Fan Food not Fast FoodTM” slogan.
Highlights of the DQ® system include:

1940: First Dairy Queen® store opens in Joliet, Illinois.
1949: DQ® introduces malts and shakes.
1951: Banana splits appear on the menu.
1953: First DQ® store opens in Canada.
1955: The Dilly® Bar debuts.
1957: The Dairy Queen®/Brazier® concept is introduced.
1958: The Dairy Queen®/Brazier® food products are introduced.
1961: The Mr. Misty® slush treat cools throats in the warm South.
1962: International Dairy Queen, Inc. (IDQ) is formed.
1965: First national radio advertising sends DQ® message 169 million times a week.
1966: First national TV commercial, “Live a Little,” is aired.
1968: The Buster Bar® Treat bursts forth.
1972: First DQ® store opens in Japan.
1973: Say the word “Scrumpdillyishus®!” and get a Peanut Buster® Parfait for 49 cents.
1979: The DQ® system debuts in the Middle East.
1980: “We Treat You Right®” tagline debuts.
1985: More than 175 million Blizzard® Treats sold in its first year.
1989: Dairy Queen® ranked America’s number one treat chain.
1991: First DQ® store opens in Mexico.
1995: DQ® Treatzza Pizza® and the Chicken Strip Basket make their debut.
1999: Pecan Mudslide® Treat is introduced.
1999: An operator of several DQ® locations in Massachusetts builds the world’s largest blended treat, weighing in at 5,316.6 pounds.
2001: Crispy Chicken Salad is introduced.
2001: The first DQ Grill & Chill® restaurant opens in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
2002: Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA Dallas Mavericks, becomes manager of a DQ® location in Texas for the day.
2003: The Blizzard® of the Month program kicks off.
2004: The MooLatte® Frozen Coffee Flavoured Beverage line debuts in Mocha, Vanilla and Caramel flavours.
2004: Award-winning Dairy Queen® commercials can be seen throughout the country in the system’s first full year of national advertising.
2005: GrillBurgers™ are introduced to consumers on national TV.
2005: The record is broken on June 21, when a new World’s Largest Blizzard® Treat is built in Springfield, Massachusetts. It weighs 8,224.85 pounds and is 22 feet tall.
Discovery Café & Restaurant
#312 – 1 Westmount Shopping Centre
Edmonton, AB
T5K 3L7