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Craigs’ Way Station


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1727 Mountain Avenue
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For over 30 years, family-owned Craigs’ Way Station has welcomed guests with comfy booths, a stone fireplace, and timber post and beam interior. The extensive family-style menu emphasizes Alberta beef but also includes pastas, chicken dishes and sandwiches. Their classic Canadian favourites suit all tastes.

Service is friendly and the coffee keeps coming. ‘Legendary’ all-day breakfasts make Craigs’ a popular destination on lazy weekends or before a day of mountain activity. From its perch on north Bow Valley Trail, large windows boast Ha Ling Peak and Rundle Range views.

Menu Samples

  • Voted “Best Breakfast” by Canmore newspaper readers
  • All Day Breakfast: traditional Canadian, chicken or mushroom eggs Benedict; 10 omelette choices; mozza or veggie scrambles; blueberry pancakes; Belgian waffle; French toast
  • Homemade Soups: baked potato; clam chowder; soup of the day
  • Salads: garden, Caesar with chicken option; clubhouse
  • Homemade Beef Burgers: loaded with toppings; the works, the Canadian and the mountain burger
  • Salisbury Steak; Roast Beef Dinner; Veal Cutlet; Hot Beef or Hamburger; Liver and Onions: all with homemade gravy
  • Rustler 10-ounce Alberta Steak: choice of side dishes
  • Fish and Chips; Beef Dip; Steak Sandwich
  • Pastas: fettuccini Alfredo (chicken option); spaghetti marinara; baked lasagna; chicken or veal parmesan
  • Desserts: berry cheesecake; chocolate blackout torte; apple and blueberry pies (with ice cream option); carrot cake
  • Kids’ Menu ($5 to $7.50): includes chicken fingers; fish and chips; kids’ burger; one egg omelette
  • Value-priced daily breakfast, lunch and dinner specials

Mainsbreakfast $7.50 to $19.50; lunch and dinner $9 to $20; kids’ menu $5 to $7.50

Wine: $23 by the bottle; $7 by the glass, four choices; beer $5.15, $5.75 for premium bottles

6 am to 9 pm


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