- For the That '70s Show episode, see The Keg (That '70s Show episode).
The Keg at Yonge and Eglinton in Toronto
|Traded as||(TSX: KEG.UN)|
|Predecessors||The Keg and Cleaver|
|Founded||North Vancouver, British Columbia
|Headquarters||Richmond, British Columbia, Canada|
|Key people||David Aisenstat
|Products||Steak, ribs, chicken, and seafood|
It was founded in 1971 in North Vancouver, British Columbia as The Keg and Cleaver, by George Tidball at one very small, downstairs location in an old industrial building in the Moodyville area of lower Lonsdale and today operates in all provinces (excluding Prince Edward Island) and five American states. The Keg is well known for buying up historic manors and turning them into restaurants. Examples of this are the Keg Mansion in Toronto, and the Keg Manor at the Maplelawn Estate in Ottawa. Also notable as heritage restorations are the Kegs in Kamloops, British Columbia, which was a CN Station and in New Westminster, British Columbia, which was formerly the city's CPR station.
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