All the Vendors Coming to Avenue’s 2023 Best Things to Eat and Drink Market

On July 22, shop for local ice cream, coffee, baked goods, sauces, spices and more.

Clockwise from top left: Canela Bakery, Abbey's Creations, Saffron Street, The Spice Bar YYC, Vresh Foods and Bridgeland Distillery are a few of the vendors that will be at the Best Things to Eat and Drink Market. Photographs by Steve Collins and Jared Sych.

Calgary foodies, rejoice! Avenue is proud to present the return of the Best Things to Eat and Drink Market, sponsored by Section 23 and hosted in its new community, Rangeview.

Shop, sip and sample a curated selection of sweet treats and savoury delights recognized in Avenue’s annual Best Thing to Eat and Drink lists from the past three years, as decided by Avenue editors and local food writers Carmen Cheng (@foodkarmablog) and Chanry Thach (@thehungrygnome).

Rangeview is Calgary’s first garden-to-table community and a hub of agricultural urbanism right in our city. During the market, you can pop into the Rangeview show homes and community greenhouse for tours and stop by the Section 23 booth for swag and giveaways.

Avenue’s Best Things to Eat and Drink Market is open to the public and free to attend, no registration required. Attendees will be entered to win door prizes, including food and drink products and gift cards thanks to our vendors. The market runs July 22, 2023 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is located at Rangeview Drive S.E.

 

Here’s a look at all the vendors you can shop from at the Best Things to Eat and Drink Market

This list will be updated as more vendors are added/if the vendor list changes

 

Abbey’s Creations

 

Ambrosial Cheesecake Shop

 

Bridgeland Distillery

 

Crickle Creek Coffee Co.

 

Daniel’s Dill Dip

 

Hearts Choices

 

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Hung’s Noodles

 

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Latin Food Specialties

 

Ma Pies

 

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Monster Sauce

 

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Pasta La Mano

 

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Pie Junkie and Bakery

 

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Pioneer Butchery and Charcuterie

 

Saffron Street

 

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Seven Spice

 

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Shef’s Fiery Kitchen

 

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Soffritto

 

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The Spice Bar YYC

 

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Vezorla Olive Juice Inc.

 

Vresh Foods

 

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[Note: This story has been updated to reflect that Calgary Banchan, Canela, Unimarket and Saltcraft Meat Co. will no longer be market vendors.]

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