For over 30 years, family-owned Craigs’ Way Station has welcomed guests with an extensive family-style menu that emphasizes Alberta beef but also includes pastas, chicken dishes and sandwiches. Their classic Canadian favourites suit all tastes. ‘Legendary’ all-day breakfasts make Craigs’ a popular destination on lazy weekends or before a day of mountain activity. Service is friendly and the bottomless coffee pours freely during a leisurely breakfast or lunch.
This newly renovated Canmore restaurant features comfy booths, a stone fireplace, and timber post and beam interior. From its perch on north Bow Valley Trail, large southwest windows boast beautiful Ha Ling Peak and Rundle Range views.
Breakfast: eggs Benedict (traditional Canadian or mushroom); nine omelettes; vegetable scrambles; blueberry pancakes; Belgian waffles; 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 (mushrooms, bacon, melted cheddar); the Canadian (bacon and cheese); veggie burger
Salisbury Steak; Roast Beef Dinner; Veal Cutlet; Hot Beef or Hamburger; Liver and Onions; all with homemade gravy
Fish and Chips; Beef Dip; Sirloin Steak Sandwich
Sandwiches: grilled ham and cheddar; toasted BLT; clubhouse; patty melt (homemade burger, fried onion, swiss cheese); Monte Cristo (chicken breast, ham, swiss cheese, French bread dipped in egg batter and grilled)
Pastas: fettuccine Alfredo (chicken option); spaghetti marinara; baked lasagna; all served with garlic toast
Desserts: berry cheesecake; chocolate blackout torte; apple and blueberry pie (with ice cream option); carrot cake
Childrens menu available
Mains: breakfast $7.50 to $20; lunch and dinner $9.50 to $21; kids’ menu $5 to $7.50
Drinks: wines $23, $7 by the glass, four choices; local, domestic and import beer $5.15 to $5.75; bottomless coffee and tea; soft drinks with a free refill