Edmonton restaurants that closed their doors this winter

Mar 17 2022, 7:45 pm

The restaurant industry is always a demanding one, so while we know that some eateries inevitably need toĀ close their doors, it’s always hard to seem them go.

Some of these spots were revived with a new concept, while others sadly closed permanently. It’s been a difficult year for hospitality, but hopefully things are looking up with restrictions having been lifted.

Here are some notable EdmontonĀ restaurants that closed in the winter of 2022.

Pho & Bun


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The dining room here closed after more than 14 years of service. The owners were looking for a new building to move into but ultimately couldn’t find anything that worked.

Ohana Donuts


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This sweet spot, known for the delicious 100-layer cronuts they used to serve, closed this winter.

Juneā€™s Delicatessen in Highlands

Juneā€™s Delicatessen was a Jewish-inspired deli and a fixture in the Edmonton community. The pandemic was a “huge factor” in the closing of this spot, but luckily the ownership has been hopeful about planning for a new space hopefully sometime soon.

Prairie Fish ā€˜N Chips

This spot closed for good in mid-January because of pandemic problems, but also overfishing and supply issues. The business for this team just simply was not sustainable anymore.

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