Happy Father’s Day

Father’s Day is approaching rapidly. Alcan Smokehouse has set aside this Saturday, June 18th,  for high-fiving the dads and grandpas in our lives.  So, what does Alcan do to celebrate?  Did a brunch for Mother’s Day, and everyone saw and tasted that we had a few more tricks up our sleeve than smoked meat.  But a brunch does didn’t fit our vision for the dads…..so..we looked at the one thing that guys have been asking for, a steak! Succulent, meaty rib-eyes on are on the menu for Saturday night.  But to make it even more special, come on down for fresh oysters.  We are going to cook them in the smoker for an unbelievable taste.  Add to those, a few other touches, such as a slow smoked baron of beef, served up as a beef dip in freshly baked french bread; lobster risotto, and stuffed portabello mushrooms. All of this will be on top of our regular menu, so it’s going to be a busy night for Andrea, Terrill, David and the rest of the kitchen crew, and our hard working servers.  We are open from 4:00 to 11:00 on Saturday night, so there is a time open to please everyone!  Every dad or grandpa who attends that night will be entered into a draw to win a gift card from Corlane Sports.  Spend your Sunday relaxing and let Alcan do the cooking on Saturday.  Reservations are recommended, so call early at 250 782 4114 and book your table.

One thought on “Happy Father’s Day

  1. T w.

    I was very happy to prepare the steaks that night it was a pretty amazing display of succulent beef . An honest amount of effort made in preparing each meal and a very promising kitchen staff good luck Alcan S.


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