8534 109th Street Edmonton, AB
?! WHY NOT ¡¿ Cafe & Bar

Local Chef

With 10 of experience in the industry, appearances on Chopped Canada, Gold Metal Plates, Great Kitchen Party, and Canadian Food Championships Chef Levi Biddlecombe is excited to present his vision to you and all of our guests. 


Local Music

?! Why Not ¡¿ will be continuously supporting Local Music by featuring Edmonton’s best artists from the local rap and hip hop scene; including Peoples Choice Award winning artist Mitchell Lawler, rapper & producer Conch (nominated for Rap/Hip Hop Recording of the Year 2017 & 2018), and talented Producer & DJ Lot D.  


Local Art

?! Why Not ¡¿ is consistently supporting Local Artists by hanging their paintings / artwork on our walls. This art will be for sale as long as it is in the building and 100% of the sale price will be going right back to the artist! So be sure to check out their amazing artwork while you’re here!

Where to find us

?!WHY NOT¡¿ Cafe & Bar

(Across from the Running Room on 109th Street!)

8534 109th Street Edmonton AB

Reservations for any party of 5 & up are recommended.


Lunch Hours (Attila the HUNgry);

Tuesday – Friday: 11am – 2pm

Dinner Hours;
Tuesday – Thursday: 4pm – 10pm

  Friday & Saturday: 4pm – 10pm
We are closed Sundays & Mondays 

Upcoming Events

No upcoming events.


Duck Tots are #13 in the Tomato Top 100!

“Duck tots at Why Not Café are the best damn thing I’ve put in my mouth,” says Donna Barnhardt. “Didn’t ever think I would like duck until I tried duck tots.” says Sasha Nickel. “The vegan the avocado toast and the Brussels sprouts—the sear on them was kick-ass. It’s hard to find quality vegan food with great flavour.” “The flavour profile is off the charts. Levi takes things that were once ordinary and turns them on their head making them extraordinary,” says Caroline Wendtland.


Attila the HUNgry

Chef Levi had owned a food truck Attila the HUNgry for just three years. Though in those three years it was named 

People’s Choice Best Food Truck in Edmonton in 2015.
Attila the HUNgry had served Asian Influenced Street Food for many events such as weddings and Taste of Edmonton as well as serving many great dishes for the city of Edmonton during the food truck season.