Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Drumheller. Drumheller /drʌmˈhɛlər/ is a town within the Red Deer River valley in the badlands of east-central Alberta, Canada. It is located 110 kilometres (68 mi) northeast of Calgary. The Drumheller portion of the Red Deer River valley, often referred to as Dinosaur Valley, has an approximate width of 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) and an approximate length of 28 kilometres (17 mi).
Things to do in Drumheller
4 based on 559 reviews
We visited the Last Chance Salon at in later July. I had tried to go a few years before however it was closed for renovations. It was nice warm day. We sat on the outdoor patio. Very busy for a Friday noon time.The history is amazing with all the vintage artifices. Service and food were good. Need more washrooms though.Very popular for motor bikers and travelers. Live entertainment on select weekends. It's a must see and visit if you pass by WayneWe appreciate you taking the time to write a review...and happy you enjoyed the history, area and food. As for more bathrooms....the saloon/hotel are over 106 years old, we donât have any space to add toilets. Weâve tried port-a-potties and they go unused .
4 based on 617 reviews
Started with the waitress spilling my beer on phone and table she then forgot to put are food order in so two tables that came in after use were enjoying there meal while we were having the waitress explaining to us how she forgot to put are food order in to the kitchen we finely goatee meal fish and chip worst I ever had soggy burnt went to pay needed to get out of this place but they were not finished with us they short changed me on my change brought to manager/owner attention he had no comment absolutely a terrible experienceHi S F.I apologize for the service you described, it is not up to our standards and we would like a chance to look into this. Please share the details at [email protected] so that we can follow up with the team involved and make it better next time! Thank You
4 based on 91 reviews
We went in for the above and the service was slow. We finally ordered and got our food. The food was OK, not great. The bar had been recommended by our hotel. There were lots of TVs to watch and lots of locals eating and drinking.
This small restaurant sits on one of the main streets in Drumheller, and you could easily miss it in favour of the noisier Vintage Lounge and Grill beside it (same place, two sides). We ate at the kitchen portion of the establishment twice during a recent trip, and both times we were very happy with it. The kitchen restaurant is still a bit loud with music, but is otherwise comfy with large booths. The service is friendly and prompt and the food is simply well above what you might expect from a small place in a small town. We had their lasagna, which is out of this world and made with their own sweet, spicy tomato sauce. Delicious. I am still dreaming about it! We also tried the burgers, and they were excellent indeed, with yummy fries. If you are in Drumheller at supper time, this is the restaurant in town to try.
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