This is a real fun spot. Games are on all the time and they have lots of giveaways of jerseys
and other prizes such as trip giveaways and helmets. Good wings that you can get boneless
or traditional, baked or fried, but the best thing on the menu is the build your own burger.
Good Craft Beers is what this place is built on, it’s a great room with lots of T.V.’s and if you have the kids you can go upstairs to the bistro section. Not my first choice of a pub in Penticton to watch the game but it’s fine. I’ve never been disappointed at the Mill.
A nice little pub in Kelowna kind of tucked away behind Spall Plaza just off Enterprise. They have done a nice job of renovating and there are a nice aray of T.V.’s. Always seems pretty busy on Wing nights and they have fairly good specials all through the week.
Great pub on Macleod Trail right beside Boston Pizza. Whether you are there to watch the Flames game or on a weekend to party with the DJ it will always be fun. Everything from VLT’s, Pool Tables, Golden Tee and more.
A great sports bar inside the Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood Casino this place is awsome. All you can drink for $20 bucks from 3pm-6pm Beer Pong and Big Screens plus the waitresses are dressed like Cheerleaders! Makes you feel like your back in University.
If I can go to a foreign country and find a little bit of home it makes me happy. Don’t let the name fool you it has a distinct Canadian feel from the Wing Wendsays to the friendly owners Ray and Sue, this place rocks! Nothing like sitting in a pub drinking a Presidente Beer (for about .90 cents) and watching a Hockey game…All when it’s 34 celcius!
Nice little pub at 307 West Holly Street in Bellingham. The pub had very friendly staff , cheap drinks, and Buck Hunter. What more could you ask for. Apparently it gets real busy on Friday and Saturday nights and the locals say this is the place to be so check it out.
A dive bar in downtown Bellingham at 209 East Chestnut Street. The place was probably built 40 years ago and never renovated but it is what a dive bar should be. Cheap,cheap, drinks and not much food to speak of, but you will have a good time. Remember you get what you pay for, and you are paying .75 cents for PBR beer so enjoy!
Great pub that brews it’s own Beer. Real nice from the minute you walk in. I like the fact you can fill up your own jug and take it home for only $10.00. The pub itself is nice, upscale with nice comfortable chairs and booths plus the bar top changes colour every few minutes, it’s pretty cool.
Seattle’s oldest pub it was built in 1892 in Pioneer Square and still rocks to this day. Lot’s of specials on drinks and food with promotions going on almost every night from trivia to live bands. The Central is a must stop after or before a sporting event, or any time for that matter. A great pub with lots and lots of history.