REGISTER NOW TO JOIN US FOR #ABplate2021

We are currently accepting early registration for Alberta on the Plate 2021. 

Early registration is an indication of intent to participate; however, we will follow up with you in the spring for final confirmation.  Restaurants that do not confirm at that time will be removed from the list for participation in the 2021 festival.

What you need to know about becoming a participating restaurant

Alberta on the Plate is open to all types of restaurants and food service operators across the province where Alberta farmed, produced or processed ingredients are utilized year-round.  This includes:

  • Fine dining
  • Fast casual
  • Cafés
  • Pubs
  • Delis
  • Breakfast spots
  • Caterers
  • Food Trucks

Not sure if you fit?  Contact us!

In order to participate, a restaurant (or food service provider) must meet these minimum requirements:

  • The restaurant is in Alberta.
  • The restaurant is in good standing with Alberta Health Services.
  • The restaurant features local ingredients on the menu throughout the year (not just for the festival).
  • The restaurant is committed to offering at least one (1) of the fixed-price menu options for the festival period.

Cost of registration is currently under review for 2021.

You can pick from our list of options for whichever best suits your needs, and however many you want to offer.  Each menu must include at least THREE local producers/farms, as well as a recommended local beer/cocktail/mead/fruit wine (not included in pricing). 
 
Menu options for 2021 are currently under review. 
You can absolutely use existing dishes to build your menus; however, we encourage you to incorporate something new and different as well to keep your menu exciting! 
 

Absolutely!  Caterers can participate as long as you have a business licence, a predetermined pick up location that will remain the same throughout the program, and all food prep, storage and transportation takes place in an approved commercial kitchen and follows AHS regulations.

We love all cultural influences and cuisines!  As long as your menu(s) have at least 3 local ingredients included, you are good to go!  Alberta itself is made up of so many different cultures, we are thrilled to have a similar variety represented on the plates as well.

Nope! However, we do encourage you to add a recommended non-alcoholic local beverage, such as a craft soda, juice, tea, etc.

We are currently accepting early registration for Alberta on the Plate 2021. 

Early registration is an indication of intent to participate; however, we will follow up with you in the spring for final confirmation.  Restaurants that do not confirm at that time will be removed from the list for participation in the 2021 festival.

What you need to know about becoming a participating restaurant

Alberta on the Plate is open to all types of restaurants and food service operators across the province where Alberta farmed, produced or processed ingredients are utilized year-round.  This includes:

  • Fine dining
  • Fast casual
  • Cafés
  • Pubs
  • Delis
  • Breakfast spots
  • Caterers
  • Food Trucks

Not sure if you fit?  Contact us!

In order to participate, a restaurant (or food service provider) must meet these minimum requirements:

  • The restaurant is in Alberta.
  • The restaurant is in good standing with Alberta Health Services.
  • The restaurant features local ingredients on the menu throughout the year (not just for the festival).
  • The restaurant is committed to offering at least one (1) of the fixed-price menu options for the festival period.

Cost of registration is currently under review for 2021.

You can pick from our list of options for whichever best suits your needs, and however many you want to offer.  Each menu must include at least THREE local producers/farms, as well as a recommended local beer/cocktail/mead/fruit wine (not included in pricing). 
 
Menu options for 2021 are currently under review. 
You can absolutely use existing dishes to build your menus; however, we encourage you to incorporate something new and different as well to keep your menu exciting! 
 

Absolutely!  Caterers can participate as long as you have a business licence, a predetermined pick up location that will remain the same throughout the program, and all food prep, storage and transportation takes place in an approved commercial kitchen and follows AHS regulations.

We love all cultural influences and cuisines!  As long as your menu(s) have at least 3 local ingredients included, you are good to go!  Alberta itself is made up of so many different cultures, we are thrilled to have a similar variety represented on the plates as well.

Nope! However, we do encourage you to add a recommended non-alcoholic local beverage, such as a craft soda, juice, tea, etc.

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