Little Brick Cafe and General Store is hidden in the Riverdale area in a residential area. The old brick house was built in 1903 and has so much character and charm. This is the former family home of J.B. Little, the owner of the brickyard that used to call the area home and
provided bricks to Edmonton’s most historical buildings.
As I walked in here, I felt like I was trespassing into someone’s home but don’t worry, as you walk through the fence to the entrance, you’ll know its ok.
I love all the patio seating with all the picnic tables spread out. This would make such a good event space for the Summer.
They don’t take reservations but there is plenty of space. Just go early if you have a very large group. The space is very cozy and cute. You order everything up at the counter and they’ll bring your food to the table.
I had to get a latte for the morning as my pick me up for the day. It was a good latte with a nice latte art on top. Very good espresso used in it that is pretty smooth and rich.
Thick Cut Bacon Eggs Benny
It is pricey at $16, but it was so delicious. It has bacon, Gull Valley vine tomato, apple cider hollandaise and soft-boiled Four Whistle Farms free-run eggs on toast.
The eggs were perfectly soft and oozed out all over the bennies to bring all the elements together. That bacon just melts in your mouth and filled me with so much joy. You can tell the ingredients they use is pretty high quality.
They also have pastries too if brunch if a bit too heavy. My friend got a blueberry scone and it was massive. You can see all the berries that is used in it.
Overall, this spot is an absolute gem serving up brunch. It’s the cutest spot to catch up with friends and have some good treats. Highly recommended.
10004 90 St NW, Edmonton