5 Things We’re Excited to Eat and Drink This November

This month, try stuffed chicken wings, vegan cinnamon buns, an over-the-top milkshake and more.

Vegan Cinnamon Buns from Canela Bakery


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This vegan bakery recently moved to a storefront in Inglewood, so pop by to check out its new space and enjoy a treat. Living up to its name (canela means cinnamon in Spanish), Canela’s cinnamon buns are a must-try item here (you wouldn’t even know they are vegan if you weren’t told). With flavours like chai pecan, Oreo and a classic roll, there’s something for everyone here.

1319 9 Ave. S.E., 403-226-4199, canelayyc.ca


Power Wheels Hazy IPA from Eighty-Eight Brewing Company

After quickly selling out the first of its small batch series in January, Eighty-Eight Brewing decided to bring back this fan favourite IPA. Not too bitter like some IPAs and fantastically smooth to drink with lots of tropical flavours, Power Wheels is expected to be available in the taproom into January (or until it sells out again).

1070, 2600 Portland St. S.E., 403-452-5880, eightyeightbrewing.ca


Rochetta Milkshake from Regrub x Chunk’d


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Regrub recently collaborated with local cookie company Chunk’d to create a few new milkshake flavours. The result? This decadent Rochetta milkshake topped with an exclusive Ferrero Rocher cookie with chocolate and walnuts, and complete with gold flakes.

625 11 Ave. S.W., 403-700-0912 and 901 64 Ave. N.E., 403-700-0912, regrub.ca


Hot Chicken Tenders from Flirty Bird


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Flirty Bird has added hot chicken tenders (featuring all the same great flavours you get in its chicken sandwiches) to its menu. This eatery is pretty serious about spice, so be prepared with plenty of napkins to wipe away the sweat. Try the chicken tenders at Flirty Bird’s locations in Bridgeland and Marda Loop, and keep an eye out for more locations popping up around the city soon.

827 1 Ave. N.E. and 2006 34 Ave. S.W., flirtybirdchicken.com


Gyoza Wings from Kamado Izakaya


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These chicken wings from Kamado Izakaya, a pop up inside of the newly re-opened Tea House, aren’t your typical chicken wings. These wings are stuffed with ground chicken and other ingredients to simulate a gyoza filling. Deboning and stuffing the wings takes a deft hand, so appreciating the work that goes into this dish is part of the experience.

1213 1 St. S.W., kamadoyyc.ca

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