|Cuisine Type |||Steakhouse|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Trendy|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Great Wine List|
Profile Last Updated: December 08, 2008
Where's The Beef?
Serving up food in the steak/seafood/pasta vein with a casual contemporary steakhouse setting, this chain of restaurants often fits the bill for an easy and pleasurable family dinner. Pleasurable, that is, as long as there aren't any vegetarians present. While there are some alternative selections to the standard fare such as the chicken fajitas, this is definitely the world of the "I-heart-cows" bumper-sticker fans.
Betcha Didn't Know
The first Keg seared its first cut in North Vancouver in 1971. The concept was created by Vancouver entrepreneur George Tidball who had previously built the first McDonald's restaurant in Canada and established Golden Arches through the Western provinces.
Super Size It
In line with this dining aesthetic is the "Keg Size" feature, whereby you can choose to drink or eat more than you would have ever previously thought possible (gotta love the western world). With 82 locations throughout the nation, there's always a place nearby to rise to the Keg challenge. Good luck!