My Local Pub – Berwick Public House in Cranston


Restaurant: Berwick Public House
Cuisine: Bar and Pub Dining
Date Visited: November 27, 2010 at 11:30pm
Location: 1010 Cranston Road SE
Hours: 7 Days a Week – Lunch to Late Night

Contact: 403-236-2006  
Price Range: $6 to $17

Overall Rating: Rating Scale (1. Yuck, 2. I’m eating it but won’t order again, 3. This is good, 4. This is really good worth recommending, 5. OMG I need to facebook/tweet about this and can’t stop thinking about it)

Food: 3/5
Service: 4/5
Ambiance: 4/5
Overall: 4/5

Additional Comments:

  • Great neighbourhood pub 
  • Very nice atmosphere, clean, and well laid out 
  • Lots of TV’s for sports 
  • No pool tables, dart boards, or VLT’s 
  • Lots of parking 
  • Same owners as Kilt and Caber, Point and Feather, Kings Head and Belfrey Gastro House 
  • Wing Wednesday 
  • Great service and quick 


This is Cranston’s community pub, which happens to be where I live.  I usually try and get out to Berwick every couple weeks.  It’s a great place to go for some drinks and some pub grub.  There is plenty of seating and tons of TV’s so you won’t miss any action on the games they are showing.  The music noise level is good, where it keeps you in a good mood and you’re able to talk to all your friends.

The food is standard pub food, with an extensive menu of many different items.  I’ve had a few actual menu items, like burgers, sandwiches, and quesadilla, which are all good, but I normally go for the appetizers because it’s late at night.  The wings are great, good different sauces and deep fried perfect.  The nachos are decent and the platter is good.  The appetizer part of the menu is what you would find in any pub.

What’s In Front Of Me:

Nacho Fingers: 4/5

  • Spicy nacho cheese breaded in crushed tortillas and fried golden served with southwestern dipping sauce
  • Tasty twist on cheese sticks
  • Sauce is like a sour cream/salsa mix
  • I was disappointed to find out from the waitress that it wasn’t made in house
  • $8.99 for 8 nacho fingers


Dry Ribs: 3.5/5

  • Bone In Dry Ribs
  • Well seasoned
  • $8.99 per order


Bobby Bruce Cheese Dip: 1/5

  • A creamy four cheese blend with fresh herbs, white wine, and red peppers served with seasoned tri-coloured tortilla chips
  • Cheese was thick
  • Tasted extremely processed and sharp
  • Couldn’t finish it
  • Get this off the menu
  • I wasn’t the only one who thought this
  • $10.99 for this

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Author: YYC's Best Eats

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