Choose from Four Options
- $12 for $24 worth of lunch for two or more
- $24 for $50 worth of lunch for four or more
- $20 for $40 worth of dinner for two or more, valid Sunday—Thursday
- $38 for $80 worth of dinner for four or more, valid Sunday—Thursday
- See the regular menu.
The Cheesecake Cafe
Amid simmering pans and bubbling pots, The Cheesecake Cafe's chefs fold fresh ingredients into a variety of contemporary Canadian favourites, from hand-breaded seafood and slow-roasted pork shoulder to certified Angus steaks grilled to order over an open flame. This commitment to freshness also extends to the restaurant's side dishes; each day, chefs mash their potatoes, slice and fry the shop's signature chips, and craft vegetable dishes using only the highest quality seasonal greenery.
Of course, with a name like The Cheesecake Cafe, you'd be right to expect a serious interest in the sweeter side of dinner. For dessert, bakers whip up a sweeping array of cheesecakes, earning the restaurant the award for best dessert from Vue Weekly multiple years running. They fashion their cakes from scratch using reliable ingredients and recipes specified by their Red Seal baker, Michael Duguay; Philadelphia Cream Cheese and Callebaut chocolate from Belgium often join gourmet accents ranging from fresh blueberries to Bailey's cream.
As chefs busy themselves in the kitchen, their diners await meals in a bright dining room, clinking glasses of fruity mojitos. In addition to cocktails crafted by the bar's seasoned mixologists, guests can also sip pints of Rocky Mountain Red Ale brewed by Alberta's own Alley Kat Brewery.