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Restaurant that serves T-Bones in YEG

nsstampqueen Aug 26, 2013 11:36 AM

Is there such a thing? I've searched quite a few menus online and we've done some in person research but don't seem to be having any luck locating anywhere that serves a T-bone steak anymore.

Has this gone the way of the dinosaur? I have a friend here from Ireland who dreams of trying a good old-fashioned Alberta beef T-bone. While we'd prefer it to be in Edmonton, seeing as he's based out of near Red Deer and we travel all over to see each other due to work schedules, we're willing to try elsewhere if we have to.

Any suggestions?

  1. anonymoose Aug 27, 2013 04:19 PM

    Ruth's Chris has T-bone listed on their menu but I think they're USDA, not Albertan.

    Why not buy some and bbq at home?

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      danysedai Sep 13, 2013 10:12 AM

      Violino has a huge T-bone steak for two on their menu "Bistecca alla Fiorentina" . No idea if their beef is AB beef.

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