|Cuisine Type |||Eclectic, Grill, Pizza, Sandwiches, Steakhouse|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Good For Kids, Pub, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Breakfast, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Happy Hour, Party Space, Private Room(s)|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Near Confederation Park|
|Cross Street |||16th Avenue, then north on 4th Street NW|
|Dining Room: Mon – Thurs 11AM – 10PM; Fri 11AM – 11PM; Sat 10AM – 11PM; Sun 10AM – 10PM Bar Hours: Mon – Thurs 11AM – Close; Fri 11AM – 2AM; Sat 10AM – 2AM; Sun 10AM – Closed|
Profile Last Updated: March 30, 2009
The dining room at Titans is what you might classify as classic and family-friendly, with plenty of room to move, linen covered tables and friendly service. A private party room is ready to host your get together for up to 130 people and comes complete with a dance floor and stage. Titans is fully licensed and has a great selection of everything from draught beer to wine and spirits.
The pub is filled with plenty of entertainment options including a gigantic 8’ high-definition big screen on which you will find all of the Flames games. If you want a night out without the kids, the pub side of this establishment features four VLTs, two pool tables, pinball, foosball and Buck Hunter.
The menu is so large here you might have problems figuring out what you feel like on any given night at Titans. The list of appetizers includes jalapeno poppers, calamari, nachos and coconut breaded shrimp. For something on the meaty side, there are steaks, sandwiches and burgers. If you are willing to share, how ‘bout one of their famous pizzas? Choose your own toppings or try a specialty like the Mexicana Hot and Spicy with salsa sauce, spicy ground beef, jalapenos, green peppers and onions all topped with cheddar and mozza. Prices are what you would expect at a family style restaurant.