Dining places

Edelweiss Café - a tasty touch of Switzerland!Barbara and Nick Rindisbacher moved from Switzerland to Canada 20 years ago and started farming. Barbara always has had a passion for cooking. She dreamed about a little café for a long time. After both of their children left a long dream had come true. Last Valentine day doors opened Edelweiss Café. The Café is small but very cozy with a little touch of Europe. The menu is simple but delicious. "Everything we offer is made from scratch, mostly out of my mom’s old cookbook. My motto is to serve you only what’s healthy and good for your soul” – says Barbara. They serve delicious coffee with homemade flavors. Did you try an Affogatto? You need to give a chance! Barbara supports local businesses by selling their products: - Christine’s organic Whole Wheat Flour from Mill in Togo. - Handmade cards made by Barbara and Lisa. - Honey right from Langenburg. - Pottery from different Potters around the area. - Fresh bread from another local farm "Farmer Maid Fruits & Grains”. If you would like to have a private party or a special event Barbara takes reservations. "I am happy to serve you and make your visit at the Edelweiss every time unique and unforgettable” – says Edelweiss Café owner.
Check Edelweiss Café Facebook page every morning and you will know what she prepared for you today!
 
Buck’s Co. Tavern - For a Buckin' Good Time!
There was a short time frame when Langenburg didn’t have place to hang out. Lorinda & Jason Buchberger listened to the communities needs and on February 2010 opened newly renovated "Buck’s Co Tavern”.  "We wanted the community to have a place to go relax, unwind and hangout with friends” – says Lorinda. They were right. Today Buck’s Co Tavern is the popular Langenburg bar. People like to come here, grab a drink play a game of pool or shuffleboard, or the VLT's, meet their neighbors. The Bar organizes all kinds of live entertainments, drink & food specials while watching a hockey game on TV, various themed evenings, hosting different community events such "Chase the Ace”, "Horn Judging”. However, one of the important aspects of the bar is the friendly people that work here and the tasty & affordable homemade food. Every day they serve lunch & supper specials, Thursdays they have wing nights, on Tuesday is a steak special.  Buck’s Co Tavern can organize for you a Christmas party, birthday party or a fundraiser. Just give a call. You can take advantage of their take-out service too. Lorinda & Jason supports the community by sponsoring kid’s activities, golf tournaments, curling bonspiels they are corporate sponsor of Langenburg Warriors. They have 9 wonderful employees (Boedy Buchberger, Julie Friesen, Errin Goebel, Paul Mack, Melanie Polding, Destiney Melnychuk, Kellie Friesen, Jason Poppenheim and Jenn Moir) which creates that cozy atmosphere and why people like Buck’s Co Tavern so much!

Horizons Café & Boutique - city feeling in small town!
One of the only things Owner Kimberly Mitschke missed from city life after moving to small town Langenburg as a teacher in 2012 was the specialty coffee shops. After teaching for a couple of years, she decided it was time for Langenburg to have one of their own—which lead to the opening of Horizons Café & Boutique in the winter of 2014.Serving Peruvian organic fair-trade drip coffee, and a large specialty drink menu including lattés, iced cappuccinos & espresso, Cafe also offers healthy, homemade lunch options including daily soups, sandwiches & wraps. All of their sandwich bread is locally sourced from Moe’s Bakery in Spy Hill, and all of their desserts, muffins, cinnamon buns & snacks are made from scratch. Horizons also cares about their customers health needs and offers non-dairy alternatives (lactose-free, soy & almond milk) along with the option of gluten free bread. They are able to take pre-orders for both dining in and taking out, along with table reservations over the phone. Kimberly’s passion for teaching remains with her, and this is why she decides to carry high quality educational toys in her boutique including the well-known Melissa & Doug brand. There is something for all ages though, as the boutique also carries gift ideas for adults including JR Watkins & Epicure products. The boutique also focuses on handmade, local items made from a variety of Saskatchewan vendors including Prairie Path Creations, Lily Raine, Skye's Inspired Designs & many more! Stop by and grab some fresh, homemade, delicious lunch paired with your favourite coffee, and say hi to Kim, Megan & Shannan at this cozy & modern café!
Golden Bowl Restaurant - authentic Chinese kitchen! Multiple generations of the Li family moved half way around the world, transplanting their lives from Hong Kong area to Saskatchewan in 2005. When they found a Chinese restaurant for sale, they seized the opportunity to start a family business. In 2008 they opened Golden Bowl Restaurant. All family members help out: Jim (dad), Jin (mom), Matthew (son), Jenny (daughter in law), Kim (daughter) and Wendy (niece). The family also runs Fitness (available 24 hours) and Leisure Centre in Langenburg too in the old Trent's Building. Golden Bowl Restaurant menu is authentic Chinese and traditional Canadian food. The hamburgers are done from scratch, which is rare nowadays. The Li family wants to note the restaurant has a full breakfast menu and are planning for more dinner nights in the near future. They are inviting people to come for breakfast and try their delicious Hot Cakes! They take reservations for Christmas or other events. When asked about supporting local...."Of course, you give back to local people, because you live here" - answers Kim to the question. They are supporting local businesses through purchasing product in town and by donating money to different projects. "We love and value our customers" - says Kim smiling and pointing to customers pictures on the wall. The Li family are grateful for local people's love and support!