Drop your suitcases at the Alt Hotel Saskatoon and explore these cool spots, all located within 15 minutes' walk of the hotel.
Fashion clothing store for women with many original pieces to discover every season. Bonus: the employees are super friendly. They do not hesitate to share their favorites places in town if you ask them.
A trendy restaurant with the best pizza in town. Good to know: you can make half and half pizzas and taste several flavors. Notice that all pizza have movie names!
Cross the Broadway Bridge to get to the street of the same name. To discover: nice little cafes, great restaurants (Calories, Odla, UNA pizza + wine) and local shops (Wanuskewin Gift Shop, Prairie Proud).
The ideal place if you are looking for original and local souvenirs. Their funny, smart and proud saskatonian designs are printed on t-shirts, hoodies and caps. For man, woman and baby!
Grab yourself a hot coffee and a book and go to the beautiful Kiwanis park, located by the Saskatchewan River, to read quietly under the trees with geese and ducks as background noise. Do not leave without having a look at the magnificent Vimy memorial.
Nice little restaurant whose menu changes constantly, depending on seasonal products. We love their impressive selection of vegetarian options and their delicious omnivorous dishes.
Lovers of quality vintage pieces will be delighted by this magnificent shop. The owner as an eye for great pieces of clothing that she finds in garage sales here and there across Canada. She also turns used fabrics into new pieces.
Ayden Kitchen and Bar and Sticks and Stones - 265, 3 South Avenue and 226, 2 Avenue South
Located within minutes of each other, these two restaurants, members of Dale Mackay's Grassroots group, offer two completely different, but equally delicious menus. At one, you eat cheese perogies, trays of charcuterie and local, seasonal vegetables. At the other, you can have the best ramen soups, steamed buns and fried octopus.
Beautiful little cafe located just across the the busy 20th Avenue. Stop there for an English tea or simply enjoy a chocolate chip cookie or a decadent pastry.
About 20 minutes from Saskatoon by car, this beautiful red farm serves the Saskatoon berry in all its forms: pie, scone, perogies and even chicken wings sauce. You can buy some jam and other products at their on-site store.