Which Stony Plain Road & Area restaurants are open for take-out and delivery?

Stony Plain Road & Area Restaurant Update 

Please see the following information on the restaurants that are part of our BIA. Some restaurants may be temporarily closed. Please pay attention to a restaurant’s hours of operation before placing an order. 


Astros Restaurant
10038 167 Street NW T5P 3W4

Take-out: 780.484.6707

Delivery: SkiptheDishes


Ban Thai
15726 100 Avenue NW T5P 0L1

Pickup Orders: 780.449.9345

Delivery: Skip the Dishes 

Website/Menu:

https://www.bangkokkitchenthai.ca/


Boston Pizza
180 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

Delivery/Pickup: 780.429.9999

Order via website:

https://bostonpizza.com/en/index.html

* Curb-side pickup available, free delivery or 15% off take-out orders 


Brado’s Pizza 
15648 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 3Z4

Take-out and delivery: 780.483.1736

Menu:

https://bradospizza.ca/


Bucas & Pastas
16516 100 Avenue NW T5P 4Y2

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Café Rista
14213 103 Avenue NW T5N 3Y6

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Deep Dish Chicago Pizza (West End Location) – 16203 Stony Plain Road 

Pickup & Delivery: 780.413.8866

Website/Menu:

http://cddp.ca/


Chopped Leaf
114 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


Earls – 9961 170th Street 

Take-out: 780.481.2222

Delivery: Skipthedishes 

Website/Menu:

https://earls.ca/

*20% off your order for take-out

*30% off food for healthcare workers and first responders, available for take-out only, and excluded from 20% off your take-out order.


Guru Restaurant
17021 100 Avenue NW T5S 1T9

Delivery & Take-out: 780.399.8210

Website/Menu:

http://gururestaurant.com/westend/ 

*Free delivery in the Edmonton area and 10% off take-out orders. Visit their Instagram page (@guru_restaurant) to see their Lock it Down Menu, available until April 30 for pick-up only.


Hap’s Hungry House
16060 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 3Z9

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


Il Forno
14981 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 4W1

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Island Café & Bistro
9923 170 Street NW T5P 4S2

Take-out: 780.481.0884

Delivery: SkiptheDishes 

Website/Menu:

https://www.islandcafebistro.com/

* Closed Mondays 


Joey Restaurant 
130 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

Curb-side pick-up: 780.487.8060

Delivery: Doordash 

Website/Menu:

https://joeyrestaurants.com/


Kazoku Ramen
16518 100 Avenue NW T5P 4Y2

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Lava Rock Grill & Sushi
110 Mayfield Common NW T5P 4B3

Take-out: 780.760.1210

Delivery: Uber Eats 

Website/Menu:

https://www.facebook.com/LAVArockYEG/


Little Village – A Tiny Greek Kitchen
14816 Stony Plain Road NW T5N 3S5

Take-out: Call or text 780.719.6424 

Website/Menu:

http://littlevillagecatering.ca/


Mucho Burrito
184 Mayfield Common NW  T5P 4B3

Delivery: SkiptheDishes, Uber Eats, Doordash

Website/Menu: 

https://muchoburrito.com/


Olive Garden
10121 171 Street NW T5S 1S6

Take-out: Order online on their website or call 780.484.0700

Website/Menu:

https://www.olivegarden.com/home


Only the Good Stuff
15135 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 3Y2

Delivery & Take-out: 780.930.1789

Website/Menu:

https://www.facebook.com/OGSYEG/


OPA Souvlaki
17008 100 Avenue NW T5S 2E7

Take-out: 780.443.1242

Delivery: SkiptheDishes

Website/Menu: 

https://opasouvlaki.ca/


Pho Binh Vietnamese Restaurant
15055 Stony Plain Road NW T5P 4W1

Take-out: 780.444.7841

Delivery: SkiptheDishes 

Website/Menu:

https://www.pho-binh.com/


Ricky’s All Day Grill
9917 170 Street NW T5P 4S2

TEMPORARILY CLOSED 


Sushi Garden Japanese Restaurant
10401 Mayfield Road NW T5P 4C8

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


Tasty Tomato Italian Eatery Inc.
14233 Stony Plain Road NW T5N 3R4

TEMPORARILY CLOSED


*If your Stony Plain Road & Area restaurant is missing, please contact
communications.spr@gmail.com 

Weekly COVID-19 Update – March 31, 2020

Dental Emergency During COVID-19? Azarko Dental Clinic is Here for You. 

As COVID-19 continues to take its toll on the City of Edmonton, many normal activities such as going to the dentist has has to be postponed. But, what about emergencies?  For Stony Plain Road’s very own Azarko Dental Group, their experienced Edmonton dentists offer same-day urgent care appointments and services for a wide range of dental emergencies. 

What is a dental emergency? 

Knocked out teethGum & mouth pain
Broken or lost fillingBitten lip or tongue
Cracked or Broken teethJaw Pain
Severe toothacheWisdom tooth pain

“It’s important to continue to treat dental emergencies,” states Dr. Andreas Azarko, “In addition, we are trying to do our part to help prevent a trip to the hospital ER and the spread of the virus.” 

Right now, the medical system is under tremendous strain during the crisis and helping decrease ER visits is beneficial so that hospitals can be available for COVID-19 patients and other serious medical conditions. 

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, Azarko Dental Clinic has streamlined their team and process to focus on only treating dental emergencies in accordance with the protocol set forth by the Alberta Dental Association & College and the Minister of Health. Their patients are screened over the telephone with respect to COVID-19 symptoms and recent travel. Wherever possible, the first line of treatment is through tele-dentistry and management of pain with medicine, without an in-office appointment to limit the spread of COVID-19. 

In emergencies where medications alone are inadequate, Azarko Dental Clinic has extensive screening and infection control measures in place. Some of these measures include: temperature screening for fever, diligent waiting room disinfection, immediate and ongoing hand sanitization for patients, and social distancing. For procedures where an aerosol is generated, enhanced PPE is mandatory, including N-95 respirator masks, gowns, gloves, protective eyewear and many more precautions are in place. 

Azarko Dental Clinic is located at 14938 Stony Plain Road, for more information you can visit their 
website here.


Support lines

If you believe you have COVID-19 or have in contact with someone who has COVID-19, please call 811.

If your business is temporarily closing or if you have general questions or concerns for the city, please call 311 for non emergency inquiries. 

If COVID-19 has taken a toll on your mental health, please reach out to the Canadian Mental Health Association at 211 to be connected with a service that can help you. 


If your business is temporarily closed during the COVID-19 outbreak: 

If your business will be closed temporarily here are some things you can do to ensure safety. 

1. Set up a surveillance camera at your place of business. 

2. Contact 311 and update your business phone number, address, and contact information. 

3. When contacting 311, ask for EPS to keep an eye on your business as it will be empty. 

4. Check your voicemail regularly.



Thingsthatareopen.com

Did you miss our post on ‘Things that are open’? This website highlights Edmonton businesses that are open during the COVID-19 outbreak and informs Edmontonians how they have adapted to serve customers. If you have not yet already, please register your businesses for the
website here.




Important Information for Businesses

During this time, it can be hard to keep up with the daily updates from the different levels of government. While it is reassuring to see the insights and resourcefulness of both the provincial and federal governments, this is a difficult time for many to try to keep their businesses alive and cash flowing. At your BIA, we are here to help provide you with accurate and up-to-date information in an accessible way while you maintain your business. 

Effective Friday afternoon Premier Kenney announced the forced closure of all non-essential retail businesses and personal services. If you want to see if this includes your business, please check it out 
here.

Please note: This means if you offer personal services, you must close operations; if you are selling products or are a restaurant you can still offer web or phone orders via delivery or curb-side pick-ups.

The Federal government updated the wage supplement on Friday, increasing the amount of support from ten per-cent to 75%. To qualify for this program you need to illustrate that your business has a reduction in revenue of at least 30%. To find out more 
click here.


Important Links

Government of Alberta – 
Support for Employees and Employers

Government of Alberta – 
Support for Albertans

Government of Alberta – 
Restrictions on gatherings and businesses

Government of Canada –
Economic Response Plan

Government of Canada – 
Support to Businesses



Weekly COVID-19 Update

Variant Edition Comics: A Stony Plain Road Business’ response to COVID-19

Variant Edition Comics is one of the many businesses on Stony Plain Road that have quickly adapted to the new normal that is associated with COVID-19. For Danica and Brandon, owners of the comic and graphic novel shop, they started their business with a simple idea: comics should be for everyone. In August of 2016, Variant Edition Comics moved to their current location on Stony Plain Road at 10132 151St. This new location allowed them to expand and change from a store with a dream to a community with a purpose. Together, with their wonderful customers, they built a space where a wide variety of stories are experiences and enjoyed – and where all are welcome!

Since the COVID-19 outbreak in Edmonton, Variant Edition Comics has been quick to communicate with their customers. As of March 18, 2020, the store has confirmed they will be closed on Mondays in addition to their usual Tuesdays. They will be open Wednesdays to Sundays, with regular hours until further notice. Brandon and Danica will be switching who is working in the store, and who is working from home. This will be done to keep things running both in-store and online, as well to limit their time out and about.

The store will be offering their usual $4.00 delivery but are waiving the fees for all purchases over $30.00. This delivery covers all of Edmonton, and surrounding areas will be served, but at less frequent intervals. Please contact them about timing. There is also an option for curbside pickup for customers who are not comfortable with coming into the store, with a portable payment option. The store will continue with their usual cleaning regimen.

An interesting feature that Variant Edition Comics will be doing for their customers is offering flexible self-quarantine packages for customers who might not know what they want to read but are bored nonetheless while in self-isolation. Danica and Brandon will work within your budget and package up a selection of graphic novels you might find interesting based off a few questions regarding the feel of what you’re looking for! They will also be running a daily 15-minute check-in video, streaming to their Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube pages. These will take place Thursday to Sunday at 3:00PM MST, and Tuesday to Wednesday at 8:45PM MST.

UPDATE: Diamond (the only single issue comic distributor) announced on March 23rd that they will not be sending any new product to shops for the foreseeable future, asking publishers to stop shipping product to them. While this means Variant Edition (and all other comic stores) will not be getting single issue stories from Diamond in the near future, Variant Edition WILL be getting in any and all new and old graphic novels from other distribution sources, and service will remain uninterrupted.

For more information visit Variant Edition Comics online!


Resources for Businesses:

Government of Canada

The federal government’s Resources for Canadian Business page provides one-stop info for business and employees.  Read more 
here. 

Corporate Income Tax

• The Alberta government has deferred corporate income tax balances and installment payments from March 19 until August 31, 2020. Read more 
here. 

Utility Bills

• The Alberta government has provided support measures to allow commercial customers to defer electricity and natural gas bill payments for the next 90 days, regardless of service provider. Read more 
here. 

Business Loans and Credit

• The federal government has announced that they will increase the credit available to small, medium, and large Canadian businesses. A new Business Credit Availability Program will provide more than $10 billion of additional support to businesses experiencing cash flow challenges through the Business Development Bank of Canada and Export Development Canada. Read more 
here.

•The federal government announced that the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) will lower the Domestic Stability Buffer by 1.25% of risk-weighted assets, effective immediately. This action will allow Canada’s large banks to inject $300 billion of additional lending in to the economy. 

• ATB Financial small business customers can apply for a payment deferral on loans and lines of credit for up to 6 months.

• ATB Financial small business customers can access additional working capital.

• ATB Financial agriculture and other business customers can access support on a one-on-one basis. Read more 
here.

• Customers of other banks should check with their bank provider, as Canada’s large banks have confirmed support, but have not yet released details. Read more 
here.

Property Tax

• The City of Edmonton is examining property tax relief measures.

Business Tax

• The City of Edmonton is examining business tax relief measures.

BIA Levy

• The City of Edmonton is examining BIA levy relief measures.

Non-profits

• The Alberta government has said that charitable and non-profit groups will immediately receive an additional $60 million to support seniors and other vulnerable populations disproportionately affected by COVID-19.

Wage Subsidies

• The federal government will provide eligible small businesses a 10 per cent wage subsidy for the next 90 days, up to a maximum of $1,375 per employee and $25,000 per employer. Read more 

here.


Important News: