Steak tartare, made from raw, chopped up steak seasoned to perfection, is a European delicacy. It’s often served with crostinis or rye bread, but some chefs create daring variations of the dish. While it takes a dash of courage to try it, once you do, you’ll be hooked. These restaurants serve up the most delectable tartares in Edmonton.
While there’s nothing wrong with a big, loud restaurant, sometimes you’re just not in the mood for all that hub-bub. When you feel like having an intimate conversation with a friend or partner or crave some quiet with your meal, a smaller establishment can offer some respite. These Edmonton restaurants all seat 60 people or less, making them the ultimate spots for a cozy dinner. [Image credit: iStock.com/hlphoto]
To have the perfect dining experience, there has to be a balance of quality food, impeccable service and an inviting atmosphere. The restaurants listed below have hit at least one of these must-haves completely out of the park. When it comes to a warm, welcoming dining environment, they will not disappoint. And, don’t worry, we’re confident they’ve got the other elements in the bag too! [Photo: Hardware Grill]
Canada Day takes place on a Friday in 2016, so take advantage and stay up for the traditional fireworks show that happens over the gorgeous North Saskatchewan River. Celebrate Canada’s birthday with a pint or two, and a bite to eat at these Edmonton restaurants, all with great views of or close proximity to the 11 p.m. fireworks spectacular. [Image credit: iStock.com/ValaGrenier]
Summertime in Edmonton is one of my favourite parts of the year. There’s never a dull moment. Pretty much every weekend, there’s something to do, or something going on. And, of course, along with these festivals and events comes FOOD! Here is a list of my favourite festivals and events in Edmonton during the summer. [Image credit: iStock.com/Ivanko_Brnjakovic]
Not every Dad is Ron Swanson; some don’t do the meat thing, and that’s awesome. Whatever his reason – maybe he’s a huge fan of George Stroumboulopoulos and follows anything he does – thank him for being your dad by taking him out for an awesome meal. [Image credit: iStock.com/Lauri Patterson]
Dads are a tricky bunch to thank. What do you get them? A card? Socks? A firm handshake? While those are good options, how about you treat him to a darn good steak instead? [Image credit: iStock.com/Lisovskaya]
Night owls who want to hang out just a little past their bedtime need a place to hang out too, even if they don’t want to have a boozy drink. Skip the bar and relax with a yummy, non-alcoholic drink at these late-night cafes.
Valentine’s Day may be a tad over-commercialized and over-hyped but it’s still fun to celebrate, especially if you also love food. Edmonton restaurants are whipping up some sensational meals in honour of Cupid, so take advantage of this special day as an excuse to dine out.
Ever want to go out for some nice drinks, but want something a little more than just typical pub food? Then a gastropub might be for you. They focus around both food and drinks so you can get the best of both worlds!
Between deciding what to wear, how to act and what to say, first dates can be nerve-wracking experiences. It can be as terrifying as it is exciting to take someone out the first time; the last thing you need is for your choice of restaurant to be a flop. Choose one of these top first-date dining options so you'll have one less thing to worry about.
Quality, quality, quality - I can’t say it enough. What makes a restaurant consistently good is the quality of food, attention to detail and the level of service provided. The following restaurants have been serving up delicious eats for years and know what it takes to keep you coming back for more.
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