As our days get colder and our evening get darker, few things satiate like a big, juicy steak. Vitamin D fixes may work for the day, but iron-rich steak fortifies on those long, chill nights.
Steak Frites Break
Reds Wine Tavern's Canadian AAA beef is aged a minimum of 30 days for maximum tenderness and rich flavours. Try their popular steak frites, with your choice of a six-ounce sirloin, 11-ounce New York, or a six-ounce filet mignon, served with decadent, umami-rich truffle fries.
Crowds flock to King Taps for the sports and the beer - over 50 on tap - along with a menu of elevated pub essentials. Build your own PEI-certified steak, available in three size options with peppercorn sauce or mushroom demi-glace, served with fries and Caesar salad.
Eight-Ounce Striploin and Bacon Caesar Holiday
At the Duke of Westminster, load up on traditional English pub goodness with an eight-ounce New York striploin - the rarer the better - served with a bacon Caesar salad and fries, washed down with a pint of one of their 18 beers on tap. Heavenly.
At Cactus Club Cafe, led by Executive Chef Rob Feenie, the kitchen turns out reimagined steakhouse classics like Peppercorn New York Striploin and Millionaire's Cut, or create your own cut of sirloin, New York striploin, or AAA filet mignon with add-ons like Creole or Pernod peppercorn demi-glace.