Burger Baron whips up a menu of fresh fare made to order, featuring its eponymous meaty morsels along with other casual eats such as fish 'n' chips, salads, and frosty desserts. Tongues genuflect in adoration when granted a flavourful audience with a triple King burger ($6.99), whose three layers arrive in mouths cloaked in bacon, cheese, and a tomato. The grilled-chicken burger ($5.19) twitterpates taste buds with its flame-licked poultry patty, and the fish 'n' chips ($7.49) gives landlubbing eaters an excuse to don an eye patch and peg leg without being stared at by coworkers. Diners can also eschew bun-encased comestibles for nibbles of the taco salad ($5.99), which gives forks a chance to strut their stuff as they ferry their zesty cargo from plate to expectant mouth. Mandibles overheated from fervid munching can cool down with soothing sips of a creamy milkshake ($3.29). Protein-packed feasts can be consumed at Burger Baron or collected for takeout to eat on the go or to supply mobile food fights with ammunition.
Atlantis Coffee is an espresso bar that carries premium coffee beans used to prepare the highest quality beverages by our team of baristas. We not only have a selection of pastries to accompany your coffee beverage, for lunch we have paninis made in-house with your choice of soup or salad.
Applause! Dinner Theatre’s production of The Miner and the Madame, a rollicking two-act musical comedy set in the Old West to hit modern songs, turns a night of theatre into an interactive experience for audience members. Fill up on a hearty, Western-themed buffet dinner before digging into the tale of a be-boozed and be-brothelled mining town resisting a modesty makeover that could save it from going ghost town. Seasoned musicians and actors steer the play to an ear-luxuriating apex set to hit songs from Reba McEntire, Toby Keith, the Beatles, and more. Sip on an included nonalcoholic drink (or spring for a drink with an extra kick for an additional charge), while silver miners, madames, and even servers prompt gravitas and grins with their entertaining banter and napkin macramé. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. and the show includes two 45-minute acts with intermission.
Taco Time's cooks assemble selections from their menu's variety of Mexican offerings, including tacos and burritos. Skilled tortilla artists combine seasoned ground beef, cheddar cheese, veggies, and sour cream on flat flour canvases to create Super Beef burritos as eye-catching as Mona Lisa's diamond grill ($4.09–$6.79). Quesadillas layer beef ($5.69) or chicken ($6.69) between a salsa tortilla, and taste buds mine soft flour or crisp corn tortillas to excavate beef ($1.99), chicken ($3.39) or veggie ($1.99) taco fillings. For dessert, diners weave edible laundry baskets out of the cinnamon crustos' flour tortilla strips coated in cinnamon sugar ($1.49).
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).