The Keg Restaurant

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The Keg Restaurant serves up steaks, prime rib, and maybe a ghost or two. Once a railroad station, the historic building is said to have a ghost girl upstairs, a spectral lady walking through the front area, and a lady’s face that appears in a mirror.

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800 Columbia St
New Westminster, BC V3M 1B5

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49.2010173, -122.91193629999998
Greater Vancouver
Nearest Towns:
New Westminster, BC (1.1 mi.)
North Surrey, BC (2.8 mi.)
Richmond, BC (3.4 mi.)
Burnaby, BC (3.8 mi.)
North Burnaby, BC (3.8 mi.)
Port Mann, BC (4.4 mi.)
Barnet, BC (5.8 mi.)
Surrey, BC (6.1 mi.)
Port Moody, BC (6.3 mi.)
Ioco, BC (7.1 mi.)


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  1. its no longer the keg. it is under a new name witch i cant remeaber and has a pub in the building by looks of it also. i was going to the keg but relised its not there.

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