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updated: Jun 27, 2020 09:00 CDT
June 27, 2020 (Newswire.com) –
Corktown Pub, one of the oldest pubs in Hamilton, is now a Three Best Rated® award-winning pub in Hamilton. Three Best Rated® is an independent, multi-national ranking website that lists the top businesses, professionals, restaurants, etc. Each business has to go through a meticulous 50-point inspection before they get listed on the Three Best Rated® website.
“My team and I are over the moon and very happy to have been chosen by Three Best Rated® as one of the top pubs in Hamilton,” the owner, Jim beams.
Jim used to be a stock trader. He was really fascinated by a building and thought he could turn its fortunes around and make it a popular place again. He had an idea of what he wanted to do with the building, and he made it happen. “This use to be a very rough establishment. Business people and families, as well as musicians, are all able to enjoy it now,” he says proudly.
The Corktown Pub is the favourite place for the locals to come together and enjoy live music. Known by bands the world over, the Legendary Corktown stage has been graced thousands of bands continuously since 1931.
The Corktown Pub is also famous for their great selection of foods and beers on tap. They are known for their signature Buffalo-style wings with best buffalo sauces. They use fresh, hand-cut ingredients to make fries and their other dishes, which are prepared on order.
Their Deep Fried Mars Bar is the pub’s favourite snacks, which is served with caramel and chocolate sauce. They give out special offers almost every day. They also have two spacious dining areas, making them the perfect venue to host parties.
The Corktown Pub is also the first licensed establishment in Hamilton. Jim is extremely proud of all the favourable google reviews and positive word of mouth by supportive patrons.
Source: Corktown Pub