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Are we sensing a theme? Alberta beef is beautifully complemented by a bold Caesar, so the drink is a mainstay of steakhouses around the city. A beloved grilled meat landmark on Macleod Trail, Smuggler’s kicks its Caesar up a notch by adding horseradish (by request) and tossing in a pickled asparagus spear.
A number of entrees are available gluten-free at this landmark steak and seafood complex on Macleod Trail just south of Chinook Centre. When in Rome, do as the Romans: order the GF prime rib sandwich served with veggies, fries and garlic toast.
A steakhouse landmark just off Macleod Trail and Glenmore Trail Southeast, this plush, dark-wood-appointed dinner den proffers The Land Burger for your Burger Fest approval. Its pretzel bun grips an eight-ounce Alberta beef patty and a goodly amount of slow-braised pork belly. Additional burger furnishings include pickled wild mushrooms, a fried egg, gruyere, frisée and a splash of truffled aioli.