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.
For those who are tired of the same-old hamburger or chicken with your meal, there are plenty of interesting meats to choose from at restaurants around the city. Local meats like bison and elk can be satisfying or more exotic versions like alligator can pique the interest of your taste buds. [Image credit: iStock.com/nvelichko]
This fall, you’ll want to trade in sunny patios for warm restaurants with roaring fires. Here are several options to make the transition to the cooler weather a little cozier. 
The days of the speakeasy bar being a necessity may be gone but the feeling of those establishments still lives on. Visit any one of these Edmonton bars or lounges and take in the cozy space, the well-crafted cocktails and the overall ambiance and nod to the days of the speakeasy. [Image credit: iStock.com/VectaPhoto]
While 2016 is the Chinese year of the monkey, in Edmonton restaurants it’s the year of the duck. Finding its way, in a multitude of forms, onto the menus ofEdmonton’s hippest and most popular restaurants, check out the following duck dishes to whet your appetite for this rich, fatty poultry. [Image credit: iStock.com/ALLEKO]
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]
Smoking – food, that is – is on the rise. Smoke from fruit woods like cherry and apple and hard woods like maple and oak enhance the flavour of meats – think brisket, ribs and salmon – but it’s also used increase the flavour profile of cheeses, vegetables and cocktails.  Many of Edmonton’s best restaurants are utilizing this cooking technique to offer patrons a unique flavour experience. [Image credit: iStock.com/tycoon751]
A patio doesn’t have to be big to be great; it only needs good food, music, beer and company. Edmonton has a ton of awesome patios – ranging from big and small – to choose from to enjoy the beautiful weather this spring and summer. Take your pick! [Image credit: iStock.com/georgecosminmarin]
Alberta is known for its beef, and Edmonton’s independent restaurantshave some of the province’s best steaks. Ranging from rib eyes and tenderloins to strip loins, these restaurants win at creating delicious, complex and savoury steak dishes. [Image credit: iStock.com/Lisovskaya] 
Edmonton Downtown Dining Week takes place from March 11 to 20, 2016 at a variety of fantastic restaurants. For 10 days only, sample multi-course meals at some of downtown’s best restaurants for jaw-dropping prices. These are 10 of the top restaurants offering decadent dinners for the special price of only $48.
Edmonton Downtown Dining Week takes place from March 11 to 20, 2016 at a variety of fantastic restaurants. For 10 days only, sample multi-course meals at some of downtown’s best restaurants for jaw-dropping prices. These are just 10 of the restaurants offering spectacular three-course dinners for the low price of only $28.
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