Private Functions

Amenities include; private entrance, reception area, bar, seating for up to 50 people and cocktail reception style service for up to 75 people.

Private Bookings Dinner Buffet $37.00 Lunch Buffet $23.00 Canapés Set Menu

Call 780-452-7333 to book a reservation. The Common is an 18+ establishment.

GUEST LIST

Please be advised our guest list only includes no cover until midnight, it does not include priority entrance so we advise coming early in case the evening is busy, email reservations@thecommon.ca for info.

We answer all emails personally so as to book you the best possible experience, we will reply as soon as we can.

For the last couple of months we have been working with Alley Kat Brewing to craft a collaboration beer!

From it’s inception, this collaboration has been a brilliant chance to get a behind-the-brews look at one of Edmonton's OG craft breweries. Beginning with a tour of the brewery back in November, and onto brainstorming sessions and test batches, this has been amazing experience!

About the Raspbeary Beret:
Inspired by the impending spring (polar vortex be-gone) and the hit Prince song, we introduce the Raspbeary Beret, a malty full-bodied raspberry sour.

Launch Party:

The Raspbeary Beret will launch Friday March 8th at The Common from 5-7:30 along with an Alley Kat tap takeover. Free samples of our collab beer will be available from 5-7:30, and an Alley Kat prize will be drawn at 7:30. Tap takeover includes: The Prairie Pounder Penhold Pilsner, Ivory Dragon Double IPA, and Main Squeeze.

Where to find Raspbeary Beret on tap:

Edmonton:

The Common // Alley Kat // Arcadia // Cartago // Metro Billiards // Next Act (bottles) // Northern Chicken // Otto // Plaza Bowling

Red Deer:

Bo’s Bar and Grill

Lacombe:

Cilantro & Chive

Growler Fills will be available at:

Alley Kat // Little Guy Liquor (Sherwood Park) // Beer Shak // 7 Degrees // Sherbrooke // Liquor on McLeod

Bottles for Sale:

Sherbrooke // Liquor Depot - select locations // Color de Vino // City Cellars // Keg n Cork


By Clare Rolf

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