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7-Eleven Canada licensed restaurants to open in Edmonton area

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Seven locations in Alberta have been transformed into licensed restaurant formats and adult patrons can now enjoy freshly prepared meals from 7-Eleven Canada with chilled beer, wine, seltzers or coolers by dining in, ordering takeout or delivery. (CNW Group/7-Eleven Canada) Photo: CNW Group/7-Eleven Canada

Edmonton – A handful of 7-Eleven locations in Alberta are expanding their restaurants into licensed locations with dine-in seating area.

This means customers can have chilled beer, wine, seltzers or coolers when they dine in, order takeout or order delivery.

To celebrate, 7-Eleven Canada is hosting grand opening events at the seven newly licensed restaurants in Edmonton, Rocky Mountain, Leduc and Fort McMurray on Dec. 9.

“This is another way 7-Eleven Canada continues to innovate and provide our customers with even more convenient ways to shop, snack and now, dine-in. We’re excited to open and welcome customers into more licensed restaurants in Alberta,” says Marc Goodman, vice-president and general manager of 7-Eleven Canada.


All 7-Eleven 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, the company said in a news release.

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