This popular Canmore restaurant and bar features a pub-style menu that offers pan-Canadian and southern BBQ favourites. All dishes are made in-house from scratch; staff accommodate special diets. There is a big selection of craft beers and an open-to-view wine cellar. Visit the website for reservations.
The impressive multi-level, timber-frame Iron Goat Pub & Grill features two-storey windows, a large terraced south-facing patio and a west-facing deck on the upper floor. Stunning mountain vistas that feature the iconic Three Sisters may be the most striking of all local restaurants. The Iron Goat’s décor includes images and artifacts that honour Canmore’s railway and mining heritage.
Bruschetta Duo: Traditional diced tomato and basil on toast with blood orange balsamic reduction; Deep Woods with multigrain bread, cream cheese, and chili infused olive oil over sautéed mushroom blend
Tuna Poke: raw Ahi tuna in sesame oil and soy sauce with wonton crisp
Stone Oven Pizzas: chicken and goat cheese with prosciutto and spinach; the true Canadian for meat lovers; Capricious with braised lamb shank; Vesta with black olives, tomatoes and cheese; longhorn with smoked brisket, caramelized onions and barbecue sauce
Smokey Calamari: peppers, pineapple tomato sauce and banana pepper aioli
Blackened Chicken Carbonara; Shrimp and Chorizo Pasta with Parmesan
Sustainable Beer Battered Fish and Chips; Maple Pecan Salmon
Alberta Game Meatloaf: bison, elk and lamb served with mashed potatoes
Bison Burger: Brie cheese, blueberry aioli, onion, arugula on ciabatta bun
Alberta Baby Back Ribs; Hand-Cut Prime and Angus Steaks
Smoked Platter: brisket, pork and chicken leg with jalapeño cornbread
Dessert: Rundle paw (housemade cinnamon-sugar dusted pastry topped with blueberry, whipped cream and maple syrup)
Mains: $14 to $37; kids’ menu $12 with veggies and dip, drink and dessert
Drinks: wines $40 to $98, 34 choices; $9 to $15 by the glass, 12 choices; 16 beers on tap, including The Iron Goat’s beer of the moment; craft spirits and cocktails