The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Vaughan
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One of the most reputable steakhouse chain in Canada, the quality food and the service are amazing. The restaurant is keeping creating new dishes to cater to the needs of costumer. Highly recommended!
Aged beef, shellfish & happy-hour specials are the mainstays at this clubby yet casual chain
Aged beef, shellfish & happy-hour specials are the mainstays at this clubby yet casual chain.
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