Nightlife in St. Albert


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  • Bacchus Cafe & Wine Bar
    Bacchus Cafe & Wine Bar's rotating menu complements the freshness of ingredients used, many of which are sourced from local suppliers. Visitors rest in a vibrant, art-filled space, lounging like child princes on couches and stools while enjoying delectably prepared tapas. Evening diners nosh on light items, such as an herb-crusted, Italian-style sardine ($6), oven-baked between crusty bruschetta and melty mozzarella, or a truffle oil-kissed mushroom and spinach crostini ($13). Meat-seeking taste buds pen four-verse love-raps for the calamari, prawn, and chorizo, served with sautéed onion, garlic, and peppers ($15), or the spice-marinated bison meatballs, bursting with mozzarella and baked in tomato sauce ($17).
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    21 Perron St
    St. Albert, AB CA
  • The Pint
    If you're in the mood for wings or ribs, you're in luck at The Pint. That's because the pub whips up the classic bar cuisine 40 different ways thanks to sauces ranging from the sweet Mongolian BBQ to the mouth-on-fire Liquid Fire. Thirteen different dry rubs such as Kentucky bourbon, parmesan and herb, and Cajun grant a welcome twist on the usual spices, and dipping sauces including tzatziki and guacamole join classics ranch and blue cheese. But The Pint doesn't just do wings and ribs. In keeping with its name, it pours a wealth of beers to pair with menu items that run the gamut from poutine and nachos to fiery blue-cheese burgers and halibut 'n' chips.
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    10125 109 Street Northwest
    Edmonton, AB CA
  • Ceili's
    Ceili's Irish Pub & Restaurant boasts two levels of revelry-inducing real estate outfitted with more than 400 seats from which patrons can enjoy live music, authentic Irish flavours, and frothy beverages. Ceili's preps palates with a hearty drink menu of premium domestic drafts ($6.75) and imported pours including Irish favourites such as Guinness and Harp, each served in a proper drinking glass to evoke the beer's true flavour quality and sweating behaviours ($7.75+).
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    10338 109 Street Northwest
    Edmonton, AB CA
  • Hudsons Canadian Tap House
    Hudsons Canadian Tap House serves up traditional pub grub infused with a northern point of view. Appetizers challenge hunger's oppressive rule with options including yam fries ($8) and traditional or boneless chicken wings, bathed in house sauces such as Forty Creek whisky barbecue and 4th Degree ($11 for a single order, $20 for a double). The signature steak sandwich tops a flame-grilled, 7-ounce Certified Angus Beef sirloin with sweet-onion twigs, then clutches it between toasted garlic panini ($10), and the fish 'n' chips ($15) silences any lingering stomach growls by piling hulking slabs of flaky haddock atop golden fries. Though not included in today's deal, patrons can slake their thirst and muster the courage to yodel at an attractive stranger with frosty mugs of beers across Canada, ranging from Alberta's own Alley Kat Aprikat wheat ale to Quebec's St. Ambroise oatmeal stout.
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    8882 170 St NW
    Edmonton, AB CA
  • The Bothy Wine & Whisky Bar
    Stranded by bad weather in Scotland's rugged hills, an 18th-century shepherd might have taken refuge in a bothy—a small, quaint hut—to wait out the storm. Inspired by that image, the owners of The Bothy create the same sense of warmth and refuge by offering guests warming drinks and hearty, sumptuous cuisine. House specialties include savoury steak pies, haggis that Edmonton Journal described as "first rate and beautifully oat-ey," and plates of cheese and charcuterie to pair with wine and Scotch whisky. Wood accents and earthy colours set an inviting scene at both the Calgary Trail location and the newer location on 124th Street.
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    5482 Calgary Trail Northwest
    Edmonton, AB CA
  • Lion's Head Pub
    Nestled inside the Radisson Hotel in Edmonton, the Lion's Head Pub treats visitors to relaxing evenings of sipping craft brews while playing billiards and darts, or watching sports on a big-screen TV. The cozy tavern captures the look and feel of an old corner pub in the British Isles, with notes of stained glass and dark-varnished wood surrounding a sturdy bar, rugged brick walls, and exposed wood-beam rafters in the dining area. Barkeeps pour pints of ale and lager from Irish, British, and North American brewers, perfect for pairing with a hearty feast of flaky, golden-brown fish 'n' chips.
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    4404 Gateway Blvd.
    Edmonton, AB CA
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