We will contact you as soon as we have an available seat.
110, 10816 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB, T2J5N8
people, with Minors
Thank you for choosing Caesar's Steak House Willow Park. If you are unable to book an online reservation for the time and date of your preference, or for parties larger than 6 people please call us directly at 403-278-3930. All reservations before 7:00 PM have two (2) hour limits. If you need more time, please reserve at 7:00 PM or later, or let us know when you reserve, and we will do our best to extend your dining time. Please note, that we do not guarantee a specific table and will try our best to accommodate all special requests.
Credit card details are collected for all New Year's Eve reservations. $30 per guest will be charged to your credit if less than the number of reserved guests arrive, or fail to cancel within 24 hours prior to your booking time.
“In a city where beef is King, Caesar’s Steakhouse is a Calgary tradition.” Captivating diners since 1972, Caesar’s is undeniably old school. In rich surroundings of burgundy leather, golden hues, dark wood finishes and an open flame grill that evoke a sense of nostalgia, the setting is not the only thing that defines Caesar’s, but rather a complete experience. We have always served the best aged, individually cut to order and charbroiled beef that Alberta has to offer paired with accompaniments to match any Emperor’s feast. Classic cocktails, a wine list from our Wine Spectator award winning sommelier, and the art of service including tableside food preparations – a memorable night is assured. For our renewed Willow Park Village location, a glamorous new look for the Dining Room and Lounge was revealed. Now featuring an exciting new look, this traditional steak house is ready for the next generation of Calgary’s movers and shakers laying claim to their own table in our stylish Dining Room and sexy Lounge. Private and semi private areas are available. “A steak dinner is more than just a meal; it can turn into a ritual of sorts, best performed not by a restaurant, but by an institution.”