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Friday, December 17, 2010

Clydesdale Inn Pub (Cloverdale, Birtish Collumbia)

Clydesdale Inn Pub. 17630-56 Avenue (Hwy#10) Cloverdale, British Columbia, Canada.
They are 7 miles north of the Canada USA border just eat of Hwy 15 which is the main truck route in to British Columbia from Washington State. It is really hard to say something outstanding about this place. Very little has changed inside in over 20 years. They have a fireplace, but have cardboard covering the front up, nice touch. The bar it self seats 8, 4 on the right side and 4 on the left side. There are 8 flat screen TV's, which is a good point. I was watching some guys getting ready to have a seat at their table, they were checking all the chairs to to find a sturdy one as most of them are very wiggly! They have $2.00 pints of beer during the day. The pub is dated and needs some up grades. The washrooms are in need of cleaning and a renovation. The tiles on the walls have numerous ones missing. The doors in and out of the washrooms are worn and need refinishing or replacing. The washrooms smell like urine, which is not a good smell!! I can't tell you about the food as I did not see anyone eating at all. This Pub is on the bottom of the list for pubs in the surrounding 10 mile area. It badly needs a fixing up as does their liquor store which resembles the inside of a shed at best.
Too bad because back in the early eighties it was not too bad at all!

1 comment:

  1. This is my favourite place to eat. The place isn't so pretty to look at, but the food is delicious and the price is so low. Anything deep fried like onion rings or fish n chips is so good. It's almost like it's baked cause there isn't a drop of oil to be seen, but the crispiness is amazing!

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