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Jul 26, 2005 02:20 PM

Prince George eats.... moved from Canada board

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Any hounds out there with Prince George chow tips to share? I grew up North of there and am going home to see my parents next week. Would like to take them out for dinner at some point, and would like something great, but not too adventurous since my father is a meat and potatoes kind of guy.

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  1. I would take them to Ric's Grill on George Street. Although it has now become a chain with Kelowna, Kamloops and Calgary locations, the quality of the food is excellent, service is good,decor is modern and the menu has a wide variety.


    1. I thought I'd revive this thread since I'm going to be moving to Prince George for a while. Are there any good non-chain restaurants? (Come on, there's got to be something more interesting than a Ric's Grill...)

      Any good local restaurants/delis/bakeries/markets... anything?

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      1. re: charliel

        Hey charliel,

        While not spectacular, these are usually good bets in PG:

        North 54 - 1493 3rd Avenue
        Waddling Duck - 1157 5th Avenue (new management and menu)
        White Goose Bistro - 1205 3rd Avenue

        Google for more details. All are pseudo-French.

        I've eaten at all three and not been let down - though stay away from the lamb at the White Goose. Otherwise, you're pretty much stuck with pub food, I'm afraid.