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About Mcleod Tavern
McLeod Tavern located in the heart of Edmonton on the corner of Rice Howard way and 100 st. At McLeod Tavern you can to expect to enjoy great steaks and entrees, with a extensive appetizers menu to share. Warm , genuine hospitality, and excellent service will give guest a unique experience. Located only 4 blocks from the new Rogers Arena with plenty of parking available within a block of McLeod’s. Makes us a great stop for dinner before and drinks after the event.
Edmonton, AB T5J 0C3
Contemporary American, Steak, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 5:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Wednesday: 5:00pm - 12:00am; Thursday - Friday: 5:00pm - 2:00am:
Saturday: 5:00pm - 2:00am
Sunday: 5:00pm - 12:00am
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT MCLEOD TAVERN CATERS TO AN 18 YEARS OF AGE AND UP CLIENTELE (IN ACCORDANCE WITH AGLC LAW) AT ALL TIMES.
100 Street & Rice Howard Way
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Urban house beats nightly and live DJ spinning Fridays and Saturdays!
Plenty of direct street parking spots (free after 6pm) and three neighboring covered and/or heated underground parkades. Parking is $3 after 6pm. Mcleod is located less than a block from the convenient downtown pedway system.
Steps away from major bus and LRT routes
Private Party Facilities:
The Loft is a semi private area that can accommodate 55 guests for a seated dinner and 80 guests for a standing reception. The entire room at Hundred can accommodate 200 guests seated and up to 500 standing.
Private Party Contact:
Natalia Pociurko: (780) 425-0100
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Dancing, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please visit our Facebook page for upcoming events and promotions
Mcleod Tavern Ratings and Reviews
This restaurant has been closed for few weeks it seems. It was embarrassing to take my client upto the restaurant and find it closed. Opentable should not have confirmed this appointment. I hope you can keep your information up to date about the restaurants. Thank you.
My review is for Open Table and not McLeod restaurant.
I had a reservation for 6 people to eat at this restaurant and when I arrived, the restaurant was closed for renovations much to my surprise. I had to scramble to find a suitable restaurant for 6 people at the last minute near the Theatre. Furthermore, when I tried using OpenTable to make a new reservation, I couldn't unless I cancelled the previous reservation. The only way to do that was to call a restaurant that was CLOSED!
There needed to be better communication between the restaurant and OpenTable and reservations should not have been made in the first place.
Booked McLeod Tavern to have dinner before the Theatre. Showed up at the reservation time only to see signs on the door that they are closed for renovations. After going to several other nearby restaurants that had no openings we were able to get a table at Craft were we had a nice dinner. Thank you Craft. Will never book Mcleod Tavern again.
It took 30 min to get our drinks half of our drinks. The others were drinking red and the waitress came back with a wine list with the majority of the wines crossed off with a sharpe marker and asked us to pick from this list "the real list of the wine they actually have"
It took an hour to get our food, and when it came it all came at once. Appetizers, salads and mains all at once.
I asked for the mains to be send back and remade fresh in 20 min when we were done our appetizers and salads but was told "when the food is out, the food is out" by the manager who didn't seem to care at all about the service of his restaurant.
So all of our food got cold as we ate our appetizers, while other waited and kept asking for cutlery.
DONT eat at this restaurant. We had a very pleasant meal at State and Main the night before. They were very busy and despite the slow service the manager there bought all of our drinks for us!
We had made the reservation for a big group and yet they were not prepared, they only had one server for us and she couldn't handle it all on own. We waited 1.5 hours just for or wine ! Everyone was super upset and disappointed as we got there 1130 and didn't get food until130-145 and some meals were wrong we just didn't say anything as we had to be back at conference and now we're going to be late. We didn't think needed 2.5 hours for lunch. Disappointing and won't be eothing there again or recommending it. It's to bad
I expected more of the ambiance. It lacked greatly as the high ceiling and lack of design looked like a styled-up Costco Warehouse. Ordered BBQ Chicken Flatbread. Tasty, but not spectacular. M&M's flatbread is comparable. Ordered Steak & two eggs. The first go, my medium rare steak was well done. The second go, my medium rare steak was rare. From one extreme to the other. Not even the salad had much for creativity. The eggs they did right, but all I asked for was sunny-side up. McLeod Tavern is not for me or anyone else if I'm asked about it. We did get the mini donut fondue. It was good, but by that time I was done with McLeod.
My sister, friend and I made reservations at McLeod Tavern to have dinner and drinks before the Matchbox 20 concert at Rogers Place. Upon on entering we were greeted by the hostess who brought us to our table, we waited 8-10 minutes before a waitress ecame to our table to take our drink order. We order 3 Sangarias, they weren't horrible, but for 10 dollars a drink you'd expect fresh ingredients versus a brownish lemon for garnish. We continued to order, with hopes of this experience taking a positive turn. We ordered two appetizers, the perogies and nachos. The perogies weren't bad, but the nachos were horrible! The chips tasted like they had been cooked the previous the day, the cheese on the nachos was dry and tasteless. The sour cream they had given for dipping was a different colour on the top layer than it was in the middle, indicating perhaps it had been left out for too long. At this point, we hadn't eaten the nachos, and called a manager over to discuss our experience. We communicated with the manager that we weren't happy with the quality of the food, he then moved forward on the notion that we "didn't like the food"; to be honest, I've received better food and service at Smittys. The manager was condescending and assumed no accountability. I hope this experience is rectified, and moreover improvements are made for future patrons.
The food was great! The service on the other hand, horrible. We were ignored because we didn't order drinks. The bus boy who brought us our food had to bring us plates and the host had to refill our water. Waitress didn't come back until we commented that we hadn't seen her in a while. Not asking for much, but some cutlery, napkins and maybe plates (we had nachos) would have been great.
Had an awesome meal at McLeod Tavern. Wait staff was excellent! The food was unique and delicious! We started with the baked goat cheese. I have dreamt of that goat cheese ever since! I think it is now my favourite food and will definitely be back to try it again.
Coming in at 11:30 there wasn't many people there. It was however quite cold in the restaurant and even after they turned the heat on it took 15 minutes to warm up. But as soon as the door opens - cold again. Had the steak special, really filling for the price - seasoning on the steak was lacking so not sure I would have it again. The server was really nice and checked in on us and was attentive - although if we were all cold I can't imagine how she felt as her outfit didn't have any sleeves.
For a weekday lunch downtown we expected the service and the food to be quicker. The restaurant wasn't full but it took over 35 minutes to get our food. We wanted to flag down our server but she avoided us until we got our food. My steak was nothing but fat and over done. Couldn't tell her that because she avoided us. I loved Hundred and thought we would try Mcleod Tavern. Not going back.
We booked a table here based on the menu posted on OpenTable. When we arrived, and were seated, we were surprised at the sports bar atmosphere, having expected a moderate dining experience. And then the menu wasn't the same as the one we'd seen on Open Table. It was seriously "dumbed down". My companion couldn't find anything on the menu that appealed to him. After asking some questions it turned out that the restaurant had changed format a while back, and nobody had bothered to update the menu on OpenTable. We had a drink and then went elsewhere to eat.
We made a reservation as it was a Friday night and there were 6 of us. Our server seemed bored/distracted/uninterested - we are all over 50, so perhaps not the age group they are hoping for. Food was very dull - considering there are several other established good food spots, I would have thought they would have tried to have better than average food. We got several drinks each, and ordered 6 appetizers and actually some of the food went back as it was not very tasty.
Won't be back which is a shame as the location is very cool and close to work.
Service, food and atmosphere were just okay. We were able to get in and out quickly we were going to the citadel. Menu is ok. Nothing unique or really interesting. food quality was pretty good, my vegetables were very undercooked and I like them crisp. Salmon was nicely cooked. Butter chicken was tasty.
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