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WELCOME TO THE HIGHLEVEL DINER – home of our award-winning cinnamon buns, Fish and Chips MondaysTurkey Tuesdays, Ukrainian Thursdays, Short Ribs SaturdaySunday Night Prime Rib Dinner, our legendary Weekday Breakfast  served Monday through Friday starting at 7:30 a.m., and our famous weekend Brunch Menu served Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 a.m.   We also have extensive gluten free menu choices for those of you who are unable to tolerate wheat protein (gluten) or wish to choose gluten-free items (click this link for details), and there are many vegetarian options on all of our menus.

RIDE ‘N DINE:  Calling All Bike Gangs!!!  Starting Sunday, April 26, in support of Earth Day, healthy living and the city’s initiative to encourage us to ride our bicycles, we are offering a 10% discount to anyone who arrives at the Diner with their “stylish” bicycle helmet under their arm.  We now have three handy bike racks right outside the Diner, so there’s lots of parking.  One is under the lamp post beside the bridge, and two are on the street just down from the Diner.

SHORT RIBS SATURDAY:  Our talented chefs have created a delicious meal of succulent, wonderfully prepared short ribs for you to enjoy every Saturday night.   Click here for details.

ART AT THE DINER: For the month of July we present a series of paintings, mostly of our beautify city including the Highlevel Bridge, by talented Edmonton painter, Elliot Engley.  For more details about the artist and to see an example of his work, see our Art at the Diner web page.  Here is a sample of what you will see when you are next at the Diner.

If there was something that you wished to purchase from our previous artist, Lori Frank, you can contact her through her website,  www.lorifrank.ca..

YOU GOTTA EAT HERE:  The cast and crew of the Food Network’s show were at the Diner on the weekend of July 13 & 15, 2012. They spent Friday (all day) in the kitchen filming the preparation of several dishes and then on Sunday they spent the day in the dining room talking to our customers.  You can also view the entire segment on their website: You Gotta Eat Here – Highlevel Diner.  Click on the Season 2 link just above the list of segments, and scroll down until you see the episode called Tess, Tibetan Kitchen Cafe, Highlevel Diner. Then sit back and enjoy. The diner’s segment starts at the 20-minute mark.

The Lonely Planet website lists us as #2 in their list of things to do in Edmonton.   Click here to see their review.

Warm, comfortable and welcoming

Warm, comfortable and welcoming

The Highlevel Diner has been serving healthy, hearty, delicious food in a comfortable atmosphere for over 31 years.  Our chefs make all our menu items “in house” using ingredients produced locally wherever possible.  Big Rock Traditional Ale is on tap and we have a nice selection of reasonably priced wines with everything available by the glass.  The Diner, with its city view, revolving art show featuring local artists, antique furnishings and warm ambiance, is a comfortable place to spend time with friends or to have a quiet meal by oneself.

We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner – 7 days a week.  See our regular hours here.  We are located at 10912 – 88 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta (directly south of the Highlevel Bridge, just east of the U of A).  Phone:  780-433-0993 or 780-433-1317.  There’s free parking in our lot right across the street.  Click here for more information about parking.  Click here for a map of our location.

Please take a moment to browse our site – use the top menu and “Take the Tour” to enjoy our homey, comfortable surroundings.  Check out our menus and our daily specials.   You might want to order a dozen of our mouth-watering cinnamon buns or muffins to take home with you.   If you are one of our many regulars, look and see “What’s New“.   And be sure to read about our local suppliers – we take great care to purchase our food from responsible growers who care as much about nutrition and health (both yours and the planet’s) as we do.

You are always welcome at the Highlevel Diner.