Known for its classic western cuisine and cowboy country feel, the Longview Steakhouse serves up the finest cuts of Alberta beef to visitors searching for an authentic Foothills experience.
The family-run restaurant has been in business for 24 years and is currently ran by brothers Karim and Samir Belmoufid.
Karim described Longview as a beautiful rural community nestled in the Foothills at the base of the Rocky Mountains.
He said the community has that small town feel you’d expect on the prairies.
“It’s a tight knit community where a lot of the ranchers are from generational ranches, and everyone knows each other,” he added.
The steakhouse moved into its new location on Longview Hill two years ago, and Karim said the restaurant’s feel is reflective of the region.
He said visitors can take in the gorgeous view of the mountains and surrounding ranch lands while dining in an authentic country environment.
“The new restaurant was designed in a way to reflect nuances of western hospitality (with) a farmhouse ceiling, floral table cloths and rustic wood finishing,” he added.
Along with the gorgeous views and warm atmosphere, Karim said visitors from all over come to sample some of Alberta’s finest steaks.
Karim said he only serves Alberta beef sourced mostly from local ranchers and infused with spices from around the world.
“What better place to showcase the steak than where it’s raised?” he added.