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A new way to experience 7-Eleven: licensed restaurants open in Edmonton
Seven locations in Alberta have been transformed into licensed restaurant formats. Photo: CNW Group/7-Eleven Canada

Been to a 7-Eleven lately? A few are going to look very different starting this week, when licensed, sit-in locations hit Alberta.

Seven locations in Alberta are expanding, so adult customers can enjoy their freshly-heated pizza or hot dog with beer, wine, seltzers or coolers by dining in, ordering takeout or delivery. 

The participating licensed restaurants are:

  • 8210 - 160 Avenue, Edmonton
  • 6975 Ellerslie Rd., SW, Edmonton
  • 1704 Millwoods Rd South, Edmonton
  • 14110 - 127 Street, Edmonton
  • 4602 - 50th Avenue, Rocky Mountain (dine-in and takeout only; no delivery)
  • 101 West Haven Blvd., Leduc
  • 10002 Franklin Avenue, Fort McMurray

"We're excited to open and welcome customers into more licensed restaurants in Alberta," said Marc Goodman, VP & GM of 7-Eleven Canada. "Our customers have been huge fans of our first location and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive."

To celebrate, 7-Eleven Canada is hosting grand opening events at the newly licensed restaurants on December 9th and all adult customers are invited. From 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., guests can enjoy samples of 7-Eleven's Crispy Classic Chicken wings, 'hot from the oven' Pizza as well as Alberta craft beers, and also enter to win a gift basket filled with goodies. 

There are three ways to enjoy the new 7-Eleven Canada licensed restaurants: Dine in, from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., takeout, also from 11 to 11, seven days a week, and delivery (through UberEats, DoorDash or SkiptheDishes).

7-Eleven says staff at these new licensed restaurant formats are ProServe trained and will be able to recognize signs of intoxication, know when to refuse service to customers, prevent over-consumption, and abide by the ID check standards to ensure all customers are at least 18 years of age.

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