Sweet And Tender-loin Hooligan.

Written by Esquire
November 2, 2012


If I ever end up with a disease, I hope it will be The Gout. Anything with a THE in front of the name demands respect. The gout is commonly referred to as the rich mans disease or the disease of kings. Maybe it is just me, but this makes it sound totally awesome. That is why at least once a year I put the gift cards my parents give me each Christmas to good use and dine at the Keg. I drink red wine like it is going out of style, and I order the filet mignon wrapped in bacon.

Fact: Hollandaise sauce is a condiment for a king. Tread carefully, arteries close instantly once you consume this magical sauce.

The Keg. [mp3j track="Sweet And Tender Hooligan - The Smiths@Sweet And Tender Hooligan.mp3"]  

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The Keg. See Ya Tonight.

Written by Esquire
November 26, 2009

The new roof top patio for drinks in Yaletown is pretty nice. If you must dine, the prime rib is tasty, and only runs $19.99.  I have ordered all the other cuts of steaks in the past but I can't help but to go back to prime. Something else to check out, a nice little snack option: The Prime Rib sliders. They are on the lounge menu, and come in at only $8.95.  The price of a Keg Ceasar. Hit up some of that sour dough bread as well and thats all you will need. Eat for under $10. Who would of thought? Not me dog.

The Keg. Yaletown, Vancouver.

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Appies All The Time. Snack well, friend.