Fort Saskatchewan Travel Guide

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Fort Saskatchewan Restaurants

  • by drmartin281 Written Jul 21, 2006

    Being a solo traveler, I ate in the Lounge area, so my experiences represent that segment of the place. The menu has a broad range for being a "pizza place". You can get steak, ribs, pasta, salads, asian-american fusion, pizza (of course). I recommend this as a first stop in town for the business traveler or family visiting in town. The other half of the place is a normal eatery, and is probably a good place to take a family to eat, since the menu is broad enough for the most picky eater.

    The waitstaff, especially the barstaff were very instrumental in me feeling comfy in this town, as they were a wealth of knowledge on the local places to go for other food and nightlife.

    Thursday night seems to be the busiest, as they have a karaoke setup that night.

    Favorite Dish: The pasta. Any of them are pretty good. On certain days they do a special for those that want to custom make with their choice of pasta and sauce that are quite inexpensive.

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  • by drmartin281 Written Jul 21, 2006

    Small mom and pop shop. Lot of art and gifts from Newfoundland for sale right off the walls. Was clean and presentable, the staff are friendly. Prices are reasonable and portions are sized to feed a hungry man.

    The menu is not complete seafood, and you can find yourself having a steak or some other items if you want as well.

    Favorite Dish: They claim the best fish and chips in town, and even though I'm not a fan of this dish, I found that they did indeed make one that I liked.

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Fort Saskatchewan Nightlife

  • by drmartin281 Written Jul 21, 2006

    Attached to the Lakeview Inn and Suites, it was easily accessible for a beer or two here and there. You can get food from the Mojo's Restraunt next door if hungry as well. Pretty normal place. A pool table, jukebox and a bar. Seemed to be quite a mix of people from all over, and seems to be a traveller's bar with a mix of a little of the locals as well.

    Ask for a Hawaiian Monkey shot. It's a creation of one of the bartenders, which goes down easy, but still has some kick. It's a light tasting drink, and is refreshing after a beer or two to clear the pallete.

    Dress Code: I think pretty much it's a "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service" place.

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Fort Saskatchewan Transportation

  • by drmartin281 Written Jul 21, 2006

    If you fly in to Edmonton and are heading to Fort Saskatchewan for any amount of time, you'll find that you either will need a rental car, or will have to get a pricey taxi ride there, and use the local Taxi service in town.

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