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The 31 Most Instagrammable Spots In Saskatoon

Calling all Instagram enthusiasts — you know who you are. Although you might not admit it, if you see a great spot for an Insta, that becomes the number one priority on your list. Even if you're out for din and seriously hungry AF, as soon as your food comes, you're taking photos before you take your first bite.

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If you're looking for your next place to make an Insta post, look no further. Saskatoon's gorgeous scenery, adorable cafes, and Insta-worthy buildings should be your next pit stop. Likes are sure to be coming your way if you check out these most Instagrammable spots in #YXE.

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Delta Bessborough // 601 Spadina Crescent East

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Little Bird Patisserie & Cafe // 258 Avenue B South

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Bill's House of Flowers // 712 Broadway Avenue

Bus Stop Refreshments // 421 21st Street East

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The University Bridge // Clarence Ave & College Drive

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Broadway Beach // Under the Broadway Bridge

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Collective Coffee // 220 20th Street West

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Drift Sidewalk Cafe // 339 Avenue A South

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Meewasin Trail // South Saskatchewan River Valley

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Vimy Memorial // 500 Spadina Crescent East

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Fable Ice Cream // 635E Avenue H South 

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Garden Architecture // 315 Avenue A South 

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The University of Saskatchewan // College Drive

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The Yard & Flagon Pub // 718 Broadway Avenue

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Saskatoon Farmers' Market // 414 Avenue B South

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Broadway // Broadway Avenue

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Cranberry Flats // Range Road 3055

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The James Hotel // 620 Spadina Crescent East

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Una Pizza + Wine // 707 Broadway Avenue

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Innovation Place // 15 Innovation Boulevard 

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City Perks // 801 7th Avenue North

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D'Lish By Tish Cafe // 702A 14th Street East

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The Berry Barn // 830 Valley Road

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Poached Breakfast Bistro // 259 2nd Ave South 

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Spadina Train Bridge // South Saskatchewan River

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Ayden Kitchen & Bar // 265 3rd Avenue South

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Dutch Home Garden Fashion // 1818 Central Avenue

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Crave Cookies & Cupcakes // 802 Broadway Avenue 

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The Broadway Cafe // 814 Broadway Avenue

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Forestry Farm Park // 1903 Forestry Farm Park Drive

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River Landing // Spadina Crescent East

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