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Regina city guide


For the seared Diefenbaker trout

The chef-bartender team behind Ayden in Saskatoon touches down in a city-centre heritage building. Date-nighters and large groups of co-workers order cocktails like the eight-ingredient pinot-noir-based I Heard It Through the Grapevine from a barman so exacting, he’s launched his own bitters company. Tender seared Diefenbaker trout preens on a creamy bed of fresh peas, asparagus and three-grain risotto; raspberry soufflé tastes of ripe fruit transformed into a passing cloud.

Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar

For the charcuterie

Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar’s cassoulet brings the richness of the region’s soil to the fore with local lentils, wild rice and shiitake mushrooms. Slather some Saskatoon-berry mustard on the house-cured charcuterie.

Naked Bean Espresso Bar and Café

For the cold (or hot) brew

Get your daily java fix with locally roasted beans from Caliber Coffee Roasters. Order a creamy cold brew prepared with dark-roast coffee and coconut milk poured over ice. Then treat yourself to homemade cookies and gooey cinnamon buns. Watch the chalkboard menu for specials like the fall favourite Pumpkin Chai Tea Fog.

Malty National Brewing

For the small-batch IPA

This microbrewery specializing in small-batch IPAs, stouts and unusual ales is a family-friendly neighbourhood hub where furry friends are also welcome. Playfully named beers are released regularly, so ask the staff for a sample of seasonal creations, such as the fruity Cactus Joose New England IPA. Or opt for a pint of smooth, citrusy ale called Sports – the ideal companion to a heated game of cribbage.

Bodega Tapas Bar

For the hip-hop brunch

Located inside a historic home with a wraparound patio and twinkling lights, Regina’s original tapas bar is the perfect place for a nightcap. Grab a stool and wind down with a spicy Dirty Diana cocktail – a mix of Hornitos Reposado tequila, Cointreau, sriracha, brine, simple syrup and lime. Come back for Huevos & Hip-Hop – a twist on Saturday brunch where a DJ spins old-school hip-hop jams while guests enjoy dishes like the a$apbenny, a plate of eggs Benedict named after the rap group A$AP Mob.

RCMP Heritage Centre

For a history lesson

Arrive for the 12:45 parade to witness an irascible sergeant major inspect the cadets’ uniforms; then, at the museum, learn how the iconic red serge has evolved over the years. Discover the Force’s history at the barracks, where Mounties have trained since the 1885 inception of a mounted police force. Interactive videos from the Arctic reveal a snowmobile-riding, fur-laden officer that few have seen before.

Wascana Centre

For the totem poles

Sweat out a six-kilometre run around Wascana Lake, the centrepiece of this immense park, passing colourful wildlife (red-winged blackbirds, western painted turtles) and a historic totem pole nestled among the willows and walnuts of the park’s forest. The less athletically inclined might prefer marvelling at the beaux-arts Legislative Building before culture-hunting inside the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and MacKenzie Art Gallery.

Hillberg & Berk

For the jewellery

In 2013, Queen Elizabeth II was given a tourmaline brooch by homegrown designer Rachel Mielke, and now you can have your own majestic moment at the jeweller’s flagship store. Working with 150 precious-stone varieties, Mielke has created a jewellery line that’s nearly as ubiquitous in Regina as green football jerseys. Go for the H&B sparkle-ball earrings from the Roughriders collection to truly fit in.

Traditions Hand Craft Gallery

For the souvenirs

Glass artist Jacqueline Berting’s famous wheat sheaves (individual crystal stalks inspired by her 14,000-sheaf installation) can be found at this boutique gallery, where every piece of glass, ceramic and wood has been crafted in Saskatchewan. Gift your friends back home the grain-elevator-shaped beeswax candle, but keep a Rodney Peterson lathe-turned, boreal-forest-inspired birch vase for yourself.

Hotel Saskatchewan

For the royal treatment

The provincial capital was still reeling from the 1912 Regina Cyclone when this grand railway hotel opened in 1927, and the Victorian-inspired suites still get the royal treatment with imperial-blue wallpaper and gilded trimming. The on-site barbershop has been serving up hot-towel shaves since 1948, while the best shoeshines in the city are available in the hotel lobby. Modern touches include the in-house patisserie as well as the twice-weekly Fresh Sheet dinners, with all ingredients purchased from the Regina Farmers' Market. It’s worth writing home about – just drop your letter in any of the original gold-plated mail chutes.

Delta Hotels Regina

For the location

In the heart of downtown Regina, this 248-room property is only steps away from the city’s main attractions, including the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Mosaic Stadium. After a day of exploring, unwind at the day spa, just off the main lobby, or take a ride down the three-storey waterslide. Upgrade to a club-level suite for a complimentary breakfast buffet and afternoon hors d’oeuvres served in the exclusive lounge.

Temple Gardens Hotel & Spa

For the relaxing spa

Escape the bustle of the city for a spa retreat less than an hour outside of Regina. The geothermal water beneath Moose Jaw might have been discovered by accident in 1910, but Temple Gardens doesn’t leave relaxation up to chance. After a soak in the outdoor pool, treat yourself to a wild Canadian rosehip body wrap or a Saskatchewan-mined salt exfoliation. An evening water-yoga class will work up your appetite for on-site restaurant Harwood’s local fare (try the pork ribs in a smoked Saskatoon-berry balsamic glaze).

Info about getting from the airport, public transportation and more.

Getting from the Airport

Although there is no public transit service to and from Regina International Airport, taxis operated by Capital Cabs are affordable and conveniently located just outside the terminal doors. The 10-minute ride to downtown will run you about $15. Uber is available to pick up passengers from the commercial lane in the short-term parking lot across from the terminal building.

Public Transportation

Regina Transit provides affordable and reliable service on 21 bus routes across town. Buses also offer a Night Stop program that allows passengers to get off between regular stops to avoid having to walk long distances in the dark. One ticket costs $3.25.


Taxis in Regina are not usually hailed on the street. It’s better to call one of the local companies to arrange transportation.

Capital Cabs: 306-791-2222
Co-Op Taxi: 306-525-2727
Regina Cabs: 306-543-3333

Weather in Regina

Friday few clouds
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Saturday broken clouds
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Monday overcast clouds
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Tuesday light rain
-2°C Oct 27, 2020
Wednesday broken clouds
6°C Oct 28, 2020
Thursday few clouds
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