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Glo Restaurant & Lounge

104 - 2940 Jutland Rd.
Selkirk Waterfront
Victoria BC
V8T 5K6

Phone: 250.385.5643
info@glovictoria.com

What’s New at Glo?

 

Glo Restaurant and Lounge offers unparalleled views of the Selkirk Waterway minutes from Downtown. The interior is comprised of floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the waterway and offers a sleek & modern design with inviting booths and plenty of seating at our 360° bar.

This is as close as you can get to Victoria’s ‘Inner Harbour’ without getting wet, featuring cozy blankets for cool evenings and an amazing view of the Selkirk Waterway and Trestle. Whether at brunch, lunch, dinner or late night, there’s always something to enjoy on our patio on the Harbour.

The Glo Menu (just got better)

Never at ease sitting on our laurels, our award winning menu has recently been vastly improved. And how did we arrive at this superior bill of fare? It wasn’t complicated. We simply listened to what you (and our staff) had to say. See our Menu page to check it out!

We believe that great music is a big part of what makes dining at Glo a memorable experience. With his wealth of experience and serious turntable chops, we’re proud to have DJ Joshua James as our house DJ. He comes to us with hundreds of shows under his belt and has shared the stage with artists like K’Naan, Michael Franti, Broken Social Scene, Bassnectar, Beats Antique, The Acorn, and many more.
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Joshua is constantly creating new mixes and moods for Glo, whether it be some catchy, danceable Bossa Nova rhythms, Nu Jazz, fast-moving House, hip-hop, or classic rock. He naturally plays to the vibe in our dining room and matches the beat to the mood of our guests. Joshua’s genuine spirit and positive attitude pours through the music he plays and emanates in his stage presence.

You can hear Joshua’s mixes right here, or visit us in our dining room anytime. DJ Joshua also plays live in our lounge on Fridays and Saturdays.


New for Summer from our Liquid Kitchen: Prosecco on Tap!

We’re excited to announce a new tap at our bar: bubbly and delicious prosecco! Join us on Fridays for our brand new Prosecco Cocktails on special for $6.95, created by our skilled mixologists. Explore all the new options including caesars and fresh cocktails on our updated drink menu.

All New Main Menu Dishes!

Check out the fresh new look of our core menu here and read all about what’s new, including our Thai Curry Satay, 8oz Maui Pork Chop, Kentucky Bourbon Ribs and much more. And don’t forget to check out our Facebook page and Twitter for the latest photos!

 

 

Felicita's Pub

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Monday 11:30am - Midnight
Tuesday 11:30am - Midnight
Wednesday 11:30am - Midnight
Thursday 11:30am - Midnight
Friday 11:30am - Midnight

The University of Victoria’s one and only bar run by students for students.

Our student-owned and operated campus pub is named in honour of Felicita Gomez – beloved SUB custodian and friend of UVic students since 1967. Gomez worked as a custodian in the building for 29 years from 1967 to 1996, during which time she got to know countless UVic students and was seen as a mother figure of sorts to many.

She cut the ribbon at the opening ceremony of Felicita’s Campus Pub in the basement of the SUB on January 10, 1983. Felicita retired in 1996 – the same year that the pub moved to its current location. With so many buildings on campus named after donors and alumni, the pub’s name is a testament to the working people of UVic who contribute so much to the fabric of campus life.

At Felicita’s we strive to provide students with a tasty and affordable food menu, a diverse selection of local drink options and fast, friendly service.

 

 

We look forward to seeing you soon!


UVic SUB, PO Box 3025 Victoria BC
V8W3P2

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Long known for showcasing the best of the up and coming local music scene, Felicita's has also welcomed to its stage the likes of Jon and Roy, Zolas, Hedley, Georgia Murray, Five Alarm Funk, Sweatshop Union and Fred Penner.

With a vibrant community of university students living a stone's throw from its doors, Felicita's is the perfect place for bands to connect with Victoria's youthful music goers.

Weekly Schedule:

-Local Music Mondays/Battle of the Bands (2nd Semester)
-Trivia Tuesdays
-Music Bingo Wednesdays/Stand up Comedy (1st Wednesday of each month)
-Karaoke Thursdays
-Live Band Fridays
-Student Group Fundraiser Saturdays

We're always looking for new bands to play Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays. If interested, please send a demo to the email below.

Venue Specs

Venue Type: Pub
Capacity: 400
Show Frequency: Frequently
Available to rent?: Yes
Books Acts: Yes
Booking Contact Info:
Mike Murray
manager *at* felicitas.ca
250 721-8362

Monday:
2 Pieces of Fish & Chips – $7.25

Rotating Line - Sleeve $4.50 / Jug $16.00

Ciders & Coolers - $3.75

Tuesday:

Dollar off Buffalo Caesar Wrap - $8.00

Hoyne Dark Matter – Sleeve $4.75 / Jug $17.25

Premium Bottled Beer – $4.25

Wednesday:

Beef or Veggie Burger & fries – $6.25

Vancouver Island Thunder Lager – Sleeve $4.00 / Jug $14.75

Highballs – Single $3.50  or  Double $7.00

Thursday:

50 cent Wings multiples of 10 only – $0.50/ea

Phillips Blue Buck - Sleeve $4.50 / Jug $16.00

Domestic Beer Bottles – $3.75

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Friday:

Pulled Pork low’n’slow braised on hoagie with slaw & fries – $6.00

Lighthouse Race Rocks - Sleeve $4.50 / Jug $16.00

 

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5th Street Bar & Woodfire Grill

1028 Hillside Ave, Victoria, BC V8T 2A3
(250) 380-4600

Featuring beautifully crafted woodwork, original artwork, and the textured charm of tile and brick, 5th Street Bar and Wood Fired Grill boasts one of Vancouver Island's few wood-fire rotisseries. Gas fireplaces on our two patios create a cozy European ambience for savouring luscious pastas and gourmet pizzas. Signature dishes include spit-roasted chicken, rotisserie-smoked meats, juicy steaks, grilled ribs, as well as daily features that include fresh seafood.

 

5th St veggie burger on a brioche bun
fried panko crusted veggie burger with...
braised brisket sandwich
house braised canadian brisket,...
loaded italian deli sandwich
sliced prosciutto, Soppressata ,...
spicy prawn pizza
sautéed tiger prawns, bacon,...
> view the full lunch feature menu

 

appies
mussels chef's choice. served with...
entrée
house braised Canadian beef brisket,...
fish
seared yellowfin tuna sautéed tiger...
pizza
spicy prawn sautéed tiger prawns, bacon...
> view the full dinner feature menu

HAPPY HOUR 3-5PM DAILY

We are open

11am - 10pm Sunday to Thursday
11am - 11pm Friday, Saturday
Pub 11am - 11:45 Every day
Dine in only, no pick up orders.

 

 

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My Bar & Grill


Address: 310 Gorge Rd E, Victoria, BC V8T 2W2
Phone:(778) 430-5589

Located on the Gorge in the Howard Johnson Hotel.

A neighbourhood pub that treats everyone like family.
Be prepared for a little love and a little abuse.

Happy Hour

has come to my bar

5pm-7pm EVERYDAY

except Thursdays and Sundays

We're offering $3 Highballs

(that's bar vodka, white rum, dark rum, gin, rye or scotch -  with any mix ya like)

Also $5 Naan Pizzas

choose from Veggie, Hawaiian or Chicken...

Maude Hunters is a beer and more favorite :)

 

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Maude Hunter's Pub

maudehunterspub.ca
3810 Shelbourne St
(250) 721-2337

In 1916 Maude Hunter’s established the first commercial store at the intersection of Shelbourne and Cedar Hill Cross Road.

Many Victorians walking up Shelbourne St. would stop at the little store to warm themselves in front of the wood stove, have a chat with Maude and other neighbors before venturing on their way.
These were the days when the corner store was a local gathering place, where you could post a letter, pick an apple out of the barrel, buy candies or groceries, and 5 cent spending money went a long way.

In 1921 the first electric street light north of the Victoria boundary was installed at Shelbourne and Cedar Hill Cross Rd.  When it was known as “Hunter’s Corner”.  Young people congregated outside under this street light on summer weekends.

In 1923 Maude’s father, Captain Hunter and her brother George, added a tea room to the store which housed 2 or 3 little tables.  Maude is remembered as a generous and considerate person, and ran her store and tea room until 1929, when she left the community and moved to Toronto.

As late as 1960 remnants of the original root cellar where visible on the property

In 1986 Maude Hunter’s Neighbourhood Pub was established as the second neighbourhood pub in Victoria, the first being Spinnakers. In 2011 Maude Hunter’s proudly celebrated its 25th anniversary.

Maude Hunter’s Neighbourhood Pub is dedicated to the spirit of warmth, congeniality and hospitality represented so well by the original tiny store at the cross roads.

Source: Ursula Jupp, In Gordon Head 1852-1959

Maude Hunter’s liquor store is open late all week. 
Come down and check out our huge selection of domestic and specialty import beers. 

Martini Mondays
(Music Bingo (7:30 pm-$6 Appy Menu )

Lighthouse Shipwreck IPA, Stanley Park Pilsner
Stanley Park Sun Setter Ale
$5.75 Pints & $17.25 Jugs 

$6 Martini’s

Somersby Pints $6.75

1800 Coconut Tequila shots $5.75

(Toonie Tuesday is available after 5 PM) 

Red Truck Ale, Canadian, Sleemans Honey Brown
$5.75 Pints & $17.25

Lone Tree Cranberry Cider $5.25

$6 Double Hi-balls (Non Premium)

Wing Wednesday
.50 Wings & Prawns
2PM-11PM

Phillips Blue Buck 
Analog Kolsch 
Bottle Rocket ISA
$5.75 Pints & $17.25 Jugs 

$6 Double Gin & tonic (Non Premium)

Thursday
Burger & Fries $7.95
(from 4PM to 11 PM)

 
Okanagan 1516, VIB Black Betty Saison 
Lighthouse Race Rocks

$5.75 Pints & $17.25 Jugs 

Grolsch Premium Lager $ 7 Pints

Friday
Chef Creation from Fresh local ingredients 



Hoyne Pilsner, Lighthouse Switchback IPA, 
Red Truck Pale Ale  
$5.75 Pints & $ 17.25 Jugs

Kronenbourg Blanc Pints $7

Jager shots $5.25

Saturday
Chef Creations from fresh Local Ingredients (after 5 PM)
Brunch from 11 AM till 2:30 PM

Stanley Park Pilsner, Lighthouse Race Rocks, 
Driftwood Fat Tug IPA, 
$5.75 Pints & $17.25 Jugs

Innis & Gunn Scottish Ale $7

Sonora Ranch $5.50 Gls, $6 Double Hi-balls + tax 
(Non Premium)


SATURDAY & SUNDAY SIGNATURE $6 CAESARS!!
 
Classic –Traditional Caesar with our Signature rim   
Sriracha- A little dash didn’t hurt anyone or did it ? 
Horseradish- For those looking for an extra kick
Pickle Juice – Prepared in house
Beesar- Beer mixed with the classic…Genius!!

$6 Signature Caesars $7.50 Doubles

Sunday Funday 
Brunch from 11 AM til 2:30


Okanagan 1516, Driftwood New Growth Ale, 
Sleemans Honey Brown 
$5.75 Pints & $17.25 Jugs

Strongbow $7 

Classic Caesar $5 & $6.50 Doubles,

SATURDAY & SUNDAY SIGNATURE $6 CAESARS!!
 
Classic –Traditional Caesar with our Signature rim   
Sriracha- A little dash didn’t hurt anyone or did it ? 
Horseradish- For those looking for an extra kick
Pickle Juice – Prepared in house
Beesar- Beer mixed with the classic…Genius!!

$6 Signature Caesars $7.50 Doubles


Express Lunch 
Appetizers
Hot off the Kettle & Fresh Salads
Sandwiche & Wraps
Burgers
Maude’s Entrées

Brunch


Maudes Drinks
Wine List
Martinis
Cocktails
Specialty coffee

Draft Menu


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The Monkey Tree Pub

4025 Borden St
Victoria, BC V8X 2E8
(250) 727-3550
monkeytreepub.ca

When the ‘Tree’ opened it’s doors in 1986 it marked the realization of a dream for B.C. hospitality icon Mr. Gordon Card. In addition to having the first non governmental cold beer and wine store in the province the pub was built to Gordon’s exceedingly high standard of craftsmanship, of which is still apparent today.

 What's in a name?

The origin of the pub's name came from a 60 ft high Monkey Tree that stood on the highest point of land at the pubs location. It was a natural beacon and landmark to the community, welcoming everyone to the ‘Tree’. Unfortunately the tree itself was felled in the early nineties but the Pub had already secured itself as a landmark, a place to come together.

 Unfortunately the original monkey tree itself was felled in the early nineties, but the Pub had already secured itself as a landmark, a place to come together.

 Our Mission Statement!

Our family run business stands behind the philosophy to have a welcoming place, to provide the customer with a high level of service and feature home cooked meals for a reasonable price. This philosophy has taken root and is evident in our large and loyal customer base. We have regulars from all over the surrounding Victoria area and many visitors who return year after year from abroad.

In 1986 the Monkey Tree Cold Beer and Wine Store was the first of it’s kind. While no longer the only one, the Store continues to offer a huge selection of well chilled beer and wines at competitive prices. We have expanded our product line to include liquor and popular mixes, making the Monkey Tree Store truly a one stop shop for all your needs.

 

Cold Beer, Wine and Liquor Store

Welcome to the Monkey Tree Pub's Cold Beer, Wine and Liquor Store located at 4025 Borden Street, Victoria, B.C. We are proud to offer international and domestice cold beer, wine and liquor. We stock a large selection of premium wines from British Columbia and a variety of quality beers. For featured products and promotions, visit Monkey Tree Pub Cold Beer, Wine and Liquor Store promotion page HERE.

 

The Monkey Tree Pub Cold Beer, Wine and Liquor Store offers a huge selection of well chilled beer and wines and a great variety of liquor at competitive prices.

 

Browser Monkey Tree Pub Cold Beer, Wine and Liquor Store Products:

Open 7 days a week(excluding Christmas and Boxing Day) from 11am till Midnight


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1550's Pub Style Restaurant

1550 Cedar Hill Cross Rd
Victoria, BC V8P 2P4
(250) 472-0047
1550srestaurant.com

 1550's Pub Style Restaurant welcomes all patrons young and old. As we are a primary food establishment and not solely a pub, children and minors are always welcome at all times of the day! Please call ahead and we would be happy to set up a table and accommodate any of your needs. We are wheel chair accessible and have booster seats, high chairs and, of course, colouring sheets for children. 

 

 Come in and try our selection of Phillips Draught Beer or switch it up with our selection of other classic Vancouver Island brews. We are sure to have something that will quench your thirst.

1550's Pub Style Restaurant has been owned and operated by Keith Campbell for over seventeen years! we have become a familiar face in the neighbourhood and we have you, the customer , to thank.

Email: kema@shaw.ca

Monday 11:00 -11:00
Tuesday 11:00-11:00
Wednesday 11:00-11:00
Thursday 11:00-11:00
Friday 11:00-12:00
Saturday 9:00-12:00
Sunday 9:00-11:00
 

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The Snug Pub

Victoria’s Original Neighbourhood Pub

Both an icon and an institution in Victoria, with a history dating back to 1954, The Snug pub is Victoria’s first neighbourhood pub and the perfect place to enjoy good spirits amongst friends.
It is a place where Oak Bay locals and visitors alike gather for Victoria’s best pub food alongside premium beverages in a casual, yet refined setting. A memorable venue to celebrate, share a few laughs and a cold pint with friends. With floor-to-ceiling ocean views and an inviting atmosphere, The Snug pub pays homage to good food, good spirits and lifelong friends.

With menus that change with the seasons to take advantage of BC’s best produce, you will find a balanced selection of dishes, ranging from comfortable classics, such as fish and chips to more refined, modern cuisine. A healthy selection of local and international brews on tap can be enjoyed from the cozy confines of the bar or on Victoria’s only oceanfront patio.

Brunch MenuPub Menu

Sunday - Wednesday
11am - Midnight
Thursday - Saturday
11am - 1am

OAK BAY BEACH HOTELContact Information

Location:
1175 Beach Drive
Victoria, BC V8S 2N2

Phone: 250-598-4556
Toll Free: 1-800-668-7758

Fax: 250-598-6180

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Browns Socialhouse Victoria Falls

Browns Socialhouse is dedicated to the art of presenting exceptional cuisine in our own stylish and unique setting. We like to think we simplify the dining experience, integrating fresh food and cheerful service in a relaxed environment. Our customers tell us that Browns makes them feel comfortable, relaxed and at home. This is no coincidence, because it’s the foundation of the term “Socialhouse”.  For us Browns is more than a restaurant, it is a place to be welcomed, remembered and indulged, with a standard for service and food that will leave you feeling exceptional and satisfied, every time. Restaurant. Bar. Socialize.

What’s New

Have you tried our new Spring Menu? We’ve added some delicious new drinks that are perfect for warmer weather: a Watermelon Margarita, a Watermelon Martini and a Jalapeno Margarita! We’ve also added a delicious new gluten-friendly pizza crust option and… wait for it… Poutine! Swing by your local Socialhouse today and give the new menu a try.

 
 
“People always ask me ‘What is a Browns Socialhouse?’ We serve fresh, tasty food in a lively room that’s fun, full of energy and designed to be as comfy as my living room… without the dog hair” – Scotty Morison
 

 Eat . Drink . Repeat

In June 2004, Scott Morison first opened the doors to Browns on Lonsdale in North Vancouver. Scott set out to create a business model where people who had invested their time working in and operating restaurants could own a piece of the pie. In other words, every Browns Socialhouse is owned and operated by locals who have a vested interest in their community and the success of the brand.

Today Browns Socialhouse continues to design extraordinary restaurants and lounges. Scott incorporates global attitudes and trends with classic styling and core design principles. He brings a unique approach to design with special attention to ergonomics and comfortable décor.

Browns restaurants are constantly searching for new opportunities and ideas to create incredible restaurants. It is our goal to leave people hooked on the atmosphere and ambiance, as well as the unique items that we provide.

Simple food…because life isn’t.

Browns sole purpose: to provide simple foods, using the freshest ingredients possible. As we grow, the menu continues to reinvent itself and transform in order to seek customer approval. It’s a self-esteem thing!

Our creative menu is comfort food inspired, fusing west coast cuisine with our very Vancouver ethnic influences. We offer a great selection of appetizers, full sized main courses and fun desserts. Our friendly and inviting bar area offers up a great meeting place for cocktails and the extensive wine list includes both New World and local BC wines that are sure to please the palate.

We are open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. We keep our doors open and kitchen running late. Whether you are looking for an intimate dinner for 2, a fun meeting place for friends or planning to host a private party, Browns Socialhouse is the place to be social. Come visit us today, you won’t be disappointed!

Click to view our menu*

*Our menus vary by location. Please click here to find your neighbourhood Socialhouse.

Daily Drink Specials

Monday – Mojitos on special
Tuesday – Margaritas  $1 off
Wednesday – Social Palmer  $5
Thursday – Well Highballs  $1.50 off
Friday – All Martinis  $2 off
Saturday – Mimosas  $5 & Caesars $1.50 off & Bottles of Wine $5 off  *excludes Social Wine
Sunday – Mimosas  $5 & Caesars $1.50 off

Food Specials

Everyday from 3-6pm – Wings + Dry Ribs $7
Sunday and Monday – All pizzas $10

Do you have a gluten sensitivity? We have a Gluten-Friendly menu!

View our Gluten-Friendly menu here.

 

Loghouse Pub

Great Food, Great Service + Liquor store next door

The Pub

Constructed without compromise 20 years ago, The Loghouse Pub was built to stand the test of time. Each log was handpicked from an area near Nanaimo by master craftsman and builder Pat Lintaman. He spared no expense. The custom designed carpet was made of the finest wool in England and all the fixtures and fittings were made of solid brass.

Originally built in 1987, owners Paul and Lorraine Langlois were successful in opening The Loghouse Pub. In the early 90’s, a local resident named Jack Bengay won the Lotto 6-49 and purchased the pub from The Langlois.

Then in 1999, Westshore realtor Ron Cheeke presented Jack with three different offers – all from separate clients; one being local Bear Mountain developer, Len Barrie. Unsuccessful to negotiate a deal acceptable to both parties, Ron put his own group of investors together and successfully bought the pub in October of 1999.

The summer of 2004 saw dramatic changes with the construction of The Loghouse Liquor Store. Approximately 5000 sq. ft. of building was added to the existing log structure with a complete real estate & development division upstairs for Ron, which allowed him to oversee all operations of the pub and liquor store.

Following the liquor store construction, Ron ventured out again to create BC’s first non-smoking patio of approximately 1300 sq. ft. This accommodated 60 seats complete with palm trees, music, and a traditional rustic flavor. Voted the ‘Nicest Patio on the Westshore’, you can sit back and enjoy a nice cool margarita on a hot sunny day!

In the winter of 2007, Ron bought out his last partner, Ed Lubick (now retired), and became the sole owner of The Loghouse Pub & Liquor Store.

Our varied menu, complimented by regular drink and lunch specials, guarantees that you’ll find something to please your palate, and generous portions ensure that you will return. With a regular cast of characters, you’re sure to have great food and a great time!

Please feel free to contact us about having us host your next big function!

Thank you for your patronage,
Ron Cheeke

2323 Millstream Rd Victoria BC, V9B 3R4

Phone: (250) 474-1989

Pub Hours:
MONDAY: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
TUESDAY: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
WEDNESDAY: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
THURSDAY: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
FRIDAY: 11:00 AM - 12:30 AM
SATURDAY: 11:00 AM - 12:30 AM
SUNDAY: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday 11:00 -11:00
Tuesday 11:00-11:00
Wednesday 11:00-11:00
Thursday 11:00-11:00
Friday 11:00-12:00
Saturday 9:00-12:00
Sunday 9:00-11:00

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday 11:00 -11:00
Tuesday 11:00-11:00
Wednesday 11:00-11:00
Thursday 11:00-11:00
Friday 11:00-12:00
Saturday 9:00-12:00
Sunday 9:00-11:00

HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday 11:00 -11:00
Tuesday 11:00-11:00
Wednesday 11:00-11:00
Thursday 11:00-11:00
Friday 11:00-12:00
Saturday 9:00-12:00
Sunday 9:00-11:00

 
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Smugglers' Cove Pub


Where we are

Driving Directions from Town 1. Starting at DOUGLAS ST, VICTORIA on T-C HWY 1 going toward FORT ST - go 1.6 km 2. Turn right on HILLSIDE AVE - go 2.6 km 3. HILLSIDE AVE becomes LANSDOWNE RD - go 1.6 km 4. Turn left on CADBORO BAY RD - go 2.1 km 5. Arrive at 2581 PENRHYN ST, SAANICH

Pub Open Daily: Mon-Thu: 11:30am - 11:30pm / Fri & Sat: 11:30am - Midnight / Sun 11:00am - Midnight (250-477-2688)

Our Victoria pub has great atmosphere, great food, friendly helpful staff and
12 draught beers on tap!


Specials

Smugglers' Cove Menus

Testimonials

by Mike - from Calgary

It was a Sunday evening and my wife and I were craving some fish and chips. We tried a few locations but luckily they were all closed. We drove to this pub and were very happy we did. Our first indication that we would enjoy our meal was the lack of open table space - the pub was full of local people of all ages enjoying their meals. We did manage to find a table by the window. The decor is typical pub style but they have attempted to make it more upscale by adding candlelight and playing jazz music. Somehow they have pulled this off without being cheesy. There is a steep stairway to climb but that didn't seem to deter anyone from visiting.

We ordered two halibut and chips except my wife replaced the chips with a garden salad. We both agreed that was the best fish we had eaten in a long time. Very fresh, tasty and battered perfectly. The chips were great and my wife enjoyed her salad. Although she was sad to discover that the Sunday special was a beautiful roast beef dinner with yorkshire pudding (her favorite). Our server gladly solved this problem by allowing her to take home a side order of yorkshire pudding with gravy for only a couple dollars extra!

We enjoyed our food so much that we will definitely be back next time we are in Victoria.

Call us at:

Telephone: 250 477-2688

Email us at:

smugglerscove@shawbiz.ca

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Six Mile Pub

Open: Address:
Monday – Tuesday: 11am to 11pm
Wednesday – Saturday: 11am to 12am
Sunday: 10am to 11pm (Sunday Buffet Brunch: 10am to 2pm)
494 Old Island Hwy at Six Mile Rd

Victoria, B.C. Canada V9B-1H5

Ph: 250-478-3121

Fax: 250-478-8765

E-mail: info@6milepub.com

For large party reservations please go to Group Bookings.

 

The oldest pub in BC!

Always generous portions at reasonable prices, our food is made from scratch using the best and freshest ingredients. Our dedication to quality is also evident in the herbs and vegetables that we serve from our own organic culinary garden. Even our Mohitos taste better with fresh lemon-mint from our organic herb garden. We have the largest selection of draught beers in the Westshore, ensuring that we can satisfy all tastes, and a wine list featuring award winning wines.

Come visit and let us take care of you.
 

History

YESTERYEAR

Weary travelers have stopped at the pub for more than a century to rest and quench a thirst before going on their way.

Six Mile Pub HistoryThe Six Mile Story begins in 1848 with millwright John Fenton, who built a saw-mill on the site owned by the Hudson Bay Co. The first lumber sawn was used in a barn at the North Dairy Farm. It was also from here that the first export of lumber went to California. It consisted of 8,000 feet and the price was $80. per 1000 feet.

The following year Fenton was lured to California by the tales of gold. Bill Parsons, formerly a London Bobby (Parson as he was called) replaced Fenton and he built a bridge over Millstream which in the 1863 gold rush provided access to the Sooke and Leech River areas. He also completed a 40 by 60 ft. grist mill and operated it until the winter of 1854/55 when a flash flood damaged the mill beyond economical repair.

Six Mile Pub HistoryIn 1855, Parsons bought 40 acres of land from the Hudson Bay company and built Parsons Bridge Hotel. The Parsons’ ran the rambling wooden hotel with its perimeter veranda for a number of years. It apparently opened in 1855 but Parsons didn’t purchase his “country retail license” until the next year (perhaps encouraged to do so after paying a fine of two pounds 10). This made of cial what is the oldest pub in B.C. still operating today.

The hotel became a handy port of call for British sailors who filled the ships’ water barrels at the mouth of the Mill-stream. The tap room rang with laughter and shouts of British tars from Esquimalt naval base established in 1864; there is talk it used to be the headquarters for rum-running at a later date. The Six Mile was the hub of the small community and was used as a postal address by those close by when the stage coaches began to run in the 1880’s.

Victoria BC Pub HistoryRoadhouses, as they were called and hence the name Six Mile House, were dropping off points for the mail as coaches brought it the six miles from town.

About the turn of the century there was a fire at the Six Mile House and the present square two story section was built as an addition to the original structure. This new section was finished with tongue and groove and a balcony ran about the second story.

Colwood PubNo one knows how many times the “House” has changed hands but one of the most colourful was surely Jim Price who owned it during the prohibition which darkened the doors of B.C.’s bars. Though officially closed, the hotel continued to be a meeting place for many locals, who met to talk politics and drink. During prohibition bootlegging was a popular sport and Six Mile House was an arena. Price also had a scheme to raise trout in the Millstream, so he built a dam and stocked it. Three or four days of heavy rains washed his plans, his dam and his baby trout all out to sea.

Before Six Mile House was reopened as a pub after prohibition in about 1924, there was a major fixing-up. The interior and exterior were both redone, down to a nice red carpet on the “ladies” side – The large windows were added to the “ladies” side a few years later. Liquor laws at this time were very strict. They forbade food in bars, made sitting while drinking a firm rule, and made beer the pub’s sole offering. The fact that neighbouring municipalities including Victoria was still ‘dry’ contributed to good business for the Six Mile for many years. Plebiscites were held after prohibition but Esquimalt was the only area to bring back licensed establishments. Victoria stayed ‘dry’ until 1952. Jim Price retired from Six Mile House in 1931 and sold it to the founder of Silver Springs Brewery.

Colwood Corners PubDuring the war, beer was rationed and waiters were Kings. They paid for the beer at the bar, then sold it at the tables with the best tippers. Pubs opened at staggered hours and went until the beer ran out. Competition for the foamy brew was stiff and waiters served the most lucrative tables. After the war, things boomed locally which might explain the next glut of buying and selling. Before 1950 the Six Mile changed hands five more times.

During all this time the Six Mile continued to be a “neighbourhood” pub. Wednesday afternoons were especially busy as Victoria stores closed then.

Download the PDF of the Six Mile Pub History.
 

The Community and the Six Mile Pub

Product Information
 
Simple ingredients,
sourced thoughtfully
&
treated with respect.

 

sixmile_apiaryThe Apiary at 6Mile

In the media over the last decade, one cannot escape the ever-present talk of the declining honey bee population in North America. Some even say that our fate is entwined with the honey bee; without the cheap labour of honey bees to pollinate plants and food-plants, we — as a species — could find our global food sources dwindling.

At the Six Mile, we keep bees to do our part to help Mother nature. We use our honey to provide different flavour profiles for many items including our ice cream.

 

 

sixmile_and_portofinoPortofino Breads

At the 6Mile, we use Portofino breads almost exclusively. Portofino is a local Saanichton company that makes traditional European breads without cheating:

 

  • They use wholegrain and organic local flours as opposed to bleached enriched nutrient-deficient flours.
  • Trans-fat free bakery
  • No preservatives
  • They use an organic natural bread conditioner derived from oats and barley. Now this may seem inconsequential, but some bakeries use L-cysteine (conditioner derived from bleached human hair) to make fluffier bread.

 


Unique at the Six Mile Pub
  • We do not own or use Microwave ovens
  • Zero trans fat fry oil
  • Soups and sauce bases made from scratch
  • Meats smoked on premise
  • Proprietary Gluten free products

 

 

OUR GLUTEN FREE PROGRAM INCLUDES:

  • All of our deep fryers are gluten free!!!
  • Organic gluten free flours expertly blended in house
  • Contraband flours are stored away from prep hall
  • Gluten free kitchen guidelines in place
  • Gluten free education is ongoing at the 6Mile
  • Our menu has GF icons marking our house made gluten free products. Enjoy!

 


sixmile_and_greengreaseWe’ve also joined the Grease Cycle Project based in Duncan.

This last year we saved 10.70 tonnes of greenhouse gases from being emitted into our atmosphere just by recycling our grease from our deep fryers.

 

sixmile_and_tworiversTwo Rivers

We buy Heritage Angus beef (for our 5oz steaks and hamburgers), turkey (for our clubhouse and turkey dinner), pork-loin (for our back bacon), pork-butt (for our pulled-pork), bison, and duck from Two Rivers. Two Rivers wholesale meat specialty company — in turn — partners with local farmers that share their same core-beliefs. As a result, we get ethically raised meats from any-number of different farms at any given time:

 

JOHNSTON’S PORK
(pig purchaser)
Johnston’s Pork deals directly with boutique-style pig farmers, and supplies pork to Two Rivers:

BACON HILLS FARM
(pig farm)

  • family run and all active 4H members
  • pigs are respectfully raised = comfortable nonfrightened pigs = better pork
  • Mike Hill (farmer) belongs to several committees that assist in sustainable farming in Fraser Valley: BC Agriculture and Air Working Group, Hog Marketing Commission, Agricultural Advising Committee.

SUNDANCE FARMS
(pig farm)

  • owned and operated by the Goertzen family
  • practices “farrow-to-finish” farming: they breed the pigs, mill the food for the pigs, grow the pigs, and finish the pigs

SLOPING HILL FARM
(pig farm)

  • located in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island
  • won 2009 / 2010 Vancouver restaurant awards for their pork
  • use heritage breeds: Hampshire, Duroc, and Berkshire
  • animals allowed to roam freely, socialize, and engage in instinctive behaviours: rooting, wallowing, and foraging
  • their slogan: “100% cruelty free happy island pigs”

 

sixmile_and_cachecreekCache Creek Natural Beef
(Heritage Angus beef farmer)

They practice “intensive pasturing,” which requires that the animals are moved often to prevent damage to their pasture through overgrazing. This “intensive pasturing” process ensures sustainability and stewardship over the land.

They believe that happy pastures = happy cows

 

 

sixmile_and_ranchlandCanadian Rangeland Ranch
(bison farm conglomerate)

The Canadian Rangeland Ranch bison are born and raised at Pilatus Farm near Bentley Alberta.

  • hormone free, antibiotic free, pure vegetal feed
  • bison are finished as close to the abattoir as possible to reduce stress on the animal, dehydration, and bruising of the flesh, which creates a superior product.

Yarrow Meadows Farm
(duck farmer)

  • raising Peking ducks for three generations in the Fraser Valley
  • ducks raised in open barns so they can engage in natural bird behaviours
  • hormone free, antibiotic free, whole grain diet

Rossdown Farms
(turkey farmer)

  • five generations of farming turkeys in the Fraser Valley
  • they breed the turkeys, hatch the eggs, raise the birds, slaughter the birds and process the birds to control every aspect of their product
  • “Free Run” turkeys are allowed to mingle and exhibit natural bird behaviours
  • hormone free

 

In summary, all of the afore-mentioned farms sell their product to Two Rivers. Although each farm has something interesting that they do, they all seem to practice some form of ethical farming, which takes into consideration some common core beliefs: the animal’s life, the sustainability of the farm or pasture that the farmer works. Essentially, these farmers realized that by caring for their animals, they can provide sustainable life for their families and future families.

 

sixmile_and_oceanwiseVancouver Aquarium, Ocean Wise and Albion

In 2005, the Vancouver Aquarium launched the Ocean Wise program, which serves to help Vancouver restaurants source sustainable seafood. Sustainable can mean many different things in this context; “sustainable” can range in this context from line caught (instead of net caught) fish to simply targeting an invasive species such as the Humbolt squid, which we turn into delicious calamari.

Catching fish on long lines prevents collateral catch and stock damage of other species e.g. dolphins & seals. Fish caught on long lines also provide pristine quality meat because there is no bruising and damage from thrashing about in a net.

In 2006, Albion started to work with the Vancouver Aquarium as the first commercial supplier in Canada to use the Ocean Wise program for a business model. In fact, according to our Albion representative, Albion only sells Ocean Wise products; in other words, Albion doesn’t sell seafood that will lead to harming the oceanic environment. The majority of our seafood comes through Albion: halibut, salmon, Humbolt squid, mussels, clams, crab meat, cod, and prawns.

Download the PDF of the Six Mile Pub Product Information

 

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Four Mile Brewing Company

 

Our Story

This has been brewing for a long time.

First you have two 1960’s free-spirits up in the Yukon who get hitched, way back when, under the pale moon light of the Northern Lights, with a Shaman for a priest.

pintWith just that opening you know it’s going to get interesting.

They set about to pop-out a bushel of children; okay, five.

Then lock, stock, and over a barrel, they moved the entire brood to Victoria and bought a floundering historical landmark pub.

Why you ask? Why not, and anyway, they loved beer. A pub seemed like a good idea at the time. Still does.

Now the building itself had a lot of dubious history dating from as far back as 1858. Not only had it morphed physically many times, but it had been everything from a four mile ‘stop along the way’ road house, to a hang-out for bootleggers, and brothel broads, ghosts, sea captains and suffragettes, and priests, paupers and just plain folk. And at the heart of it all, it had always served beer – legal or otherwise; mostly otherwise.

In 1980, Wendy & Graham Haymes, the aforementioned up-yonder Northern Light types, bought the pub, and made things legal by acquiring a proper liquor licence. Furthermore, they made it a family affair. Grandparents, siblings, kids and cousins – everyone was sucked into the Four Mile vortex. Even today, at last count, there are more than a baker’s dozen family members, ranging in age from the high 60s to mid-20s, involved in the day-to-day running of the business.

But let’s get back to beer. Real beer. Storied beer. Damn good beer.

One of the siblings, Doug White, set forth on a personal quest to seek out good beer. He made it as far as England. Here he found a fine brewery (Ringwood), a teacher (Alan Pugsley), and a place to study his passion. He studied a long time and drank a lot of beer.

Years after his return from his beer vision quest, the family discussions always centered on brewing their own Four Mile beer. So select members of the family clan headed off to England to collectively drink a lot of beer and test their theory. Then they went to New England, and drank a lot more beer just to make sure.

The craft beer business in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere in Canada and the US was burgeoning. It was finally time to get off the pot, fire up the kettle and brew some good beer.

2013 saw a brewing system from England – Peter Austin Brick Kettle Brewing System (for you beer hipsters) – rumble into Four Mile House. Along with time-honoured British recipes, Doug’s old mentor Alan Pugsley, a lot of trial, error and experimentation, (and of course sampling), Four Mile Brewery was launched in early 2014.

Then what happened?

A happy hoppy marriage of West Coast vibe meeting traditional British know-how to create a distinctive fresh clean family of beers, run by a family of beer connoisseurs.

Ask yourself beer drinkers, who do you want brewing your beer?
 

Our Beers

beersRemember the lyrics from Marie Osmond, “I’m a little bit country. And I’m a little bit rock ‘n roll.”?

You don’t? Are you really that much of a newbie hipster beer geek? You made it this far in life without knowing who Donnie & Marie are? Good for you. Have a beer. Preferably one of ours.

But to paraphrase Marie’s lyric line, our beers are a little bit British. And a little bit west coast hoppy vibe-oh-licious.

We brew our beers in the traditional English fashion. We stay the course on only using barley, wheat, hops and pure water. Our malts are all of British origin. Our yeast strain is centuries old. We brew in accordance with ancient purity laws. No additives. No preservatives.

Then we add a little bit of West Coast rock & roll. We use New World hops, primarily sourced from the Pacific Northwest. And of course we are using only clean, clear water from beautiful British Columbia. And of course we add in orcas and marmots chopped up in tiny pieces for extra flavour. KIDDING! We just wanted to see if you were paying attention. Have another beer.
 

Summer Wheat Ale

summerwheatOur summer wheatie sweetie. A mellow golden guzzle with a laid-back hoppy glide. A clear head on cool shoulders. A swig of sunshine that rolls along the tongue in a soft easy-going manner. If it could hum a tune, it would. This beer screams for buttery corn on the cob, mussels marinière, steamed Dungeness crab, or a day-old bean burrito you just remembered in your knapsack.

4.5% ABV
24 IBU unfiltered

English Strong Ale

englishA robust nutty whack of the full-on strong personalities of malts and hops. There’s a bit of a wrestling match going on to see who’s nuttier, but they decide on a harmonious truce, and call for an alliance of flavours where no one is the conqueror and everybody wins. This beer can tango with a mellow pork pie, but it will also head-butt with the bold spice of Jerk chicken. If called upon it will make that last piece of stale dried-up pizza taste frigging amazing.

6.9% ABV
50 IBU unfiltered


Best British Ale

You will be tempted to standup and sing the British national anthem when you drink this beer. We call it our Stiff Upper Sip. This is the “godfather” of true British brewing, and our tribute to Peter Austin who invented the brewing system we use at 4 Mile Brewing Company. The beer’s good breeding shows through in the exquisite balance of English malt & hops. We cask condition this beer, meaning it is naturally carbonated. You can serve it whatever temperature you want, but if you know your stuff, it should be served warmer than the average North American beer – somewhere between inner thigh and a rib eye steak left on the counter for an hour. This is a true session beer. Think an afternoon at the lake with friends, good cheese, cold cuts and pickles and later, the balls to crack open the mysterious Tupperware container with what looks to be mac & cheese…maybe.

ABV 4.25%
24 IBU unfiltered

Brown Ale

brownThis is our Grande Damn Wham. A big bodacious classic English style brown ale. Could we use more superlatives? Why yes we can. Five luscious malts including crystal, chocolate & roasted barley are nuzzled together to create a full-bodied malty beer with notes of caramel, mocha and coffee and chocolate. It saturates the palate, rolls off the sides and down the gullet. It’s an affable accomplice to a hearty beef stew, bacon gorgonzola risotto, or a day at the beach eating peanut butter cookie dough right out of the tube wrapper.

ABV 5.3 %
40 IBU unfiltered

India Pale Ale

indiaThis one is Beelzebub, our big bad boy. It would drive a chromed-out Harley if it could. Devilishly bitter sweet. A Yank style IPA. Edgy, aggressive and opinionated. It totally epitomizes the new genre of North America IPAs. Light copper colour with an explosion of Summit, Cascade, and Simcoe & Amarillo hops. Despite its dominant hoppy eccentricity, the beer holds the road with a great balance between the malts & hops. Bring it on when you’re going to kill a plate of spicy Mexican enchiladas, kimchee cabbage rolls or you’re packing a food cart über hot dog back to the loft for dinner.

ABV 6.0 %
70 IBU *Super mucho dry hopping

Pale Ale

paleThis beer will give your taste buds a vigorous grapefruit spank. Yes, it’s had a proper British upbringing, but with a sharp left turn. That’s where its West Coast hoppy vibe comes in. British malts rumba nicely with the best quality West Coast hops. A decidedly moreish quaff of malty madness. A grassy roll in the hay topped off with a crisp citrus slap. Hoppy but not over the toppy. Smack your lips and dig into a wasabi-laced sushi platter, deep dish key lime pie or a tin of chili right out of the can at 2 a.m.

ABV 5.1%
Pale Ale 38 IBU *Mucho dry hopping

Golden Ale

goldenWe call this beer our crispy tart bombshell. It is a satisfying golden blond Canadian style ale. Nice long legs with a crisp dry clean finish. Just a flash of sweet. Very approachable. A subtle balance between malt & a blend of three North American hops. So highly drinkable you just might end the glass with a deep sigh. This beer loves nothing better than a monster bowl of fresh steamed clams, a midday brunch of smoked salmon eggs Benny, or a midnight fridge raid for something that’s not gone green that you can fire into the Panini grill.

 ABV 4.6%
27 IBU unfiltered

Four Mile Brewpub

199 Island Highway
Victoria, B.C.
250-479-3346

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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