Saturday, November 26, 2011

The Pump House Grille Co., Port Credit, ON

After Gord and I left Snug Harbour, we walked along Lakeshore Road and decided to check out The Pump House.

It was packed so we sat at the bar (we usually sit at the bar anyway unless we're eating). The bar is big and round and in the middle of the room.

It's a big place ... there's a room on the side that was full too. Here are tables that were behind us (the windows face the street).

The bartender took good care of us. There were TVs above the bar and we had fun watching some lumberjack competitions and cheering on the competitors.

There were always people coming and going so it seems like a popular spot. We didn't eat there but the food looked liked typical pub grub.

I've never posted a picture of bathrooms before but I was impressed with theirs. The doors were very nice and the walls between the stalls were the same frosted glass. You could see through them but not really.

I'd stop back the next time I'm in Port Credit ... there was a good vibe.

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