Restaurants in Moose Jaw


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  • Harwood's
    A jewel nestled onto the flat surface of the Canadian prairies, Moose Jaw is rich in frontier history. Adventurers can take tackle the downtown streets on foot, getting an up-close look the murals that enliven the fronts of shops and buildings and highlight important moments in Moose Jaw history. Guests looking to give worn-out feet a break can make the rounds aboard a trolley or rest in leafy trees of Crescent Park. A vibrant art scene flourishes amid the cozy coffee shops, with concerts and local artist galleries attracting aesthetes' and visitors' attention. Lady Luck makes an appearance for favored gamers at Casino Moose Jaw, which is directly connected to Temple Gardens. Open seven nights a week, this hopping gambling den houses more than 200 slot machines and table games such as poker and blackjack. The design and layout of the casino were inspired by art-deco designs of the Roaring Twenties and provide countless hours of gambling antics.
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    24 Fairford St E
    Moose Jaw, SK CA
  • Renate's Tea Time
    Restaurant/Cafe with integrated Tea Retail Store. European & North American Desserts made on site, fresh food served with a smile in a european inspired relaxing setting.
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    125 Main Street North
    Moose Jaw, SK CA
  • DK Sushi House
    DK Sushi House treats its guests to colourful plates of sushi made from crispy tempura and fresh seafood, as well as savoury udon and bento meals of beef short rib, pork, and teriyaki chicken. Each elegantly plated dish is both a delight to eat and a pleasure to behold—slivers of orange salmon swim into floral patterns, morsels of white tuna float on boat-shaped party trays, and bites of red snapper are wrapped up in rolls of rice. Sake and cocktails complement traditional eats, as well as updated creations such as sushi pizza—fresh sashimi laid upon a disc of crispy rice.
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    224 Main Street North
    Moose Jaw, SK CA
  • Joey's Seafood Restaurants'
    When Joe and Theresa Klassen first founded Joey’s Seafood Restaurant in 1985, they were simply looking to create a friendly neighbourhood eatery that served made-to-order seafood. Though the company has since expanded to more than 69 franchises across Canada, it still falls under the leadership of its founder, who frequently develops new strategies for growth and expansion while continuing to supply each location with fresh, Pacific-based seafood. Joey’s offers two distinct dining experiences: full-service restaurants (designed for families and their hungry sock puppets) and quick-serve places (designed for younger generations). At the quick-serve eateries, foodsmiths dole out a smaller menu of fried fish and shrimp. The full menu includes seafood entrees such as sautéed PEI mussels, blackened Pacific snapper, and Joey’s famous fish 'n' chips—fillets of halibut, cod, or haddock dunked into a secret-recipe batter and then deep-fried in canola oil. Nationally, the company supports the Alzheimer's Society of Canada through local and national fundraising efforts. Since 2000, its franchises have collectively raised more than $950,000 for the organization.
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    2599 Quance Street
    Regina, SK CA
  • Arby's
    The chefs at Arby's stack sandwiches with slow-roasted beef, made in-house every day, and other tasty treats from a multifarious menu stocked with sides, snacks, and desserts. The classic roast-beef sandwich, a time-honoured favourite of thinly sliced roast beef housed inside a sesame-seed bun ($2.99), moonlights as the pièce de résistance in the Sandwich Hall of Fame. Monuments to cheesy excess take form in the beef 'n cheddar combo, which decks a toasted onion roll with Arby's red-ranch sauce, a drool-inducing pile of roast beef, and warm cheddar cheese ($6.99). In addition to reigning over the empire of roast beef, Arby's also holds power in the fiefdom of chicken with poultry-packed sandwiches such as the chicken bacon and swiss, in which a crispy or roasted chicken-breast fillet lounges atop a honey-mustard-smothered toasted bun ($5.39).
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    2140 Victoria Avenue
    Regina, SK CA
  • Daisy's Pantry
    Daisy's Pantry whips up wholesome breakfast and lunch fare culled from owner Darla Saunderson's family recipe book. Delightfully devoid of artificial ingredients, a fortifying soup and sandwich combo props up afternoon slumps. Options change daily and are relayed via Daisy's Pantry's Facebook status updates, but past duos have included a creamy mushroom soup and meatloaf sandwich with caramelised onions and homemade chipotle barbecue sauce ($8), and Italian meatballs stacked across freshly baked ciabatta bread, draped with melted mozzarella and served alongside a bowl of potato soup ($8). Diners can also assuage a sweet tooth with post-meal pastries such as cinnamon buns, whoopie pies, and seasonal pies ($3.00). After devouring a to-go lunch combo, dispose of debris guilt-free with 100% biodegradable potato fiber-based takeout dishes and cutlery.
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    1221 15th Ave
    Regina, SK CA