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Bumpers The Beef House

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Rundlestone Lodge, 537 Banff Avenue
403.762.2622
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A Banff tradition since 1975, Bumpers is now located in the Rundlestone Lodge on Banff Avenue. Despite the move, the restaurant continues to maintain its steadfast dedication to AAA Alberta beef and the all-you-can-eat salad bar that is included with main dishes.

Atmosphere

Patrons appreciate the timber and rock décor, comfy booths, long group tables and eye-level fireplaces. Window-side tables offer wooded park views, while the lounge has a huge rundlestone and copper fireplace, striking bar, big screen sports and drink specials.

Menu Samples

  • Breakfast: traditional Canadian; Pancakes or French Toast with Fresh Fruit; Breakfast Wrap with Salsa; Eggs Benedict; Steak and Eggs; Hot Buffet (20 items)
  • Lounge Menu: wings (hot, BBQ, salt and pepper); nachos; prime rib steak sandwich; beef dip
  • Bumpers Famous Salad Bar (choice of 25 items): included with all mains or enjoyed as a meal on its own; vegetables, tossed greens, meats, potato salad, pasta salads, tomato/feta/onion salads, six dressings, dinner rolls
  • AAA Alberta Beef Steaks: ribeye, New York striploin, filet mignon or top sirloin
  • Slow Cooked Alberta Prime Rib: 7- to 16-oz cuts
  • Pile-O-Bones: beer-based Montreal steak sauce
  • Baby Back Ribs: housemade honey BBQ sauce
  • Grilled Chicken Breast: honey BBQ, sweet and sour or teriyaki sauce
  • Combos (with seasonal vegetables and choice of side): meat lover’s (prime
    rib and back ribs); Bumpers (prime rib and chicken); chicken and ribs
  • Beef Burger on a kaiser bun with sautéed mushrooms
  • Canadian Mountain Stew: Alberta beef, vegetables, red wine gravy
  • West Coast Salmon: 8 oz, oven baked; with lemon dill butter
  • Rocky Mountain Trout: 6 oz, oven baked; with lemon pepper, basil and garlic
  • Pastas: baked lasagna, baked spaghetti, fettuccine alfredo, lobster ravioli
  • Desserts: cherry whiskey cheesecake; lemon lavender cheesecake; gluten-free mint chocolate torte; carrot cake

Mains$21 to $44, $8 to $10 children, $24 seniors; salad bar only $14; lounge menu $10 to $23; breakfast $8 to $16, buffet $15, child $7.50

Drinks: wines $37 to $75, $8.75 to $11.75 by the glass, 20 choices

Breakfast 6:30 to 10:30 am, to 11 am weekends
Dinner 5 to 10 pm; lounge 4:30 to 11 pm
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