One day in Edmonton: Project WILD finalist Jeremy Grey

Where the singer-songwriter goes for vegetarian eats in the city

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If you're looking for an edgy country sound and recommendations on edgy vegetarian eats, look no further than country singer-songwriter and Project WILD finalist, Jeremy GreyJeremy Grey’s roots run deep in the pastures of Alberta, where he grew up on a ranch in Barrhead County. From a young age, he spent his days riding bulls and honing his roping skills for the local rodeos, but it was when he first picked up a guitar that he found his true passion. Much like his authentic songs, Grey's love for great vegetarians eats is also authentic. 





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Farrow makes the most unbelievable and unique breakfast sandwich and the coffee is strong! They are set in a tiny room, feeling like an old house, which gives it an always busy feel.



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Sugarbowl. the food is fantastic, the atmosphere is always amazing, and they carry a huge selection of craft beers, which I love! The building is situated a few steps from the river valley and neighbouring the old Garneau Theatre.



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Cafe Mosaic. The veggie burger is delicious and they make vegan wings in-house, which are always a go-to, being a vegetarian. Located on Whyte Ave., the atmosphere holds an eclectic vibe and friendly faces.


There is always a cozy feeling at the bar at Empress Ale House, while live music is playing. The bartenders hold a '70s style look and have the best recommendations for beverages.