We arrived to a very busy Keg at 6:30, during the Victoria Day weekend. We were told about 45 minutes for a table, but we really only waited 20. The bartenders were great, and when our buzzer went off, there was no need to return to the hostess station. She found us in the bar, and prepared with menus, led us to our table.
Our waitress was wonderful, and did an excellent job of describing the menu, and answering out questions. Our steaks were flavorful, nicely charred on the outside, and perfectly cooked on the inside. I have had steaks that were a little more tender (at higher end steakhouses, like Ruth Chris' and Schula's) but all in all, these were outstanding!
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