We’ve invited the iconic Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse (ahem, the nearest pub to our office) to join our GOODS section as a recommended local joint. They’re now proud members of Scout, and as such we will be posting their news in addition to hosting a page for them on our awesome, curated list of independent goodnesses. We’d like to take this chance to thank them for their support, and for making Vancouver a more entertaining place to live.
Daryl Nelsen – General Manager
Brett Bauer – Operations Manager
Lindsay Nelsen – Marketing Manager
Nestled on the edge of downtown Vancouver, Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse is located in the heart of the city’s oldest neighbourhood, Strathcona. Established in 1914 inside the Patricia Hotel and originally known as The Patricia Café, Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse is rich with history. Known in the early 20th century as one of the city’s music hotspots, The Patricia Café hosted many of the most influential entertainers of the time. Jazz greats like Ferdinand ‘Jelly Roll’ Morton, Aruthur Daniels, Oscar Holden, Ada ‘Bricktop’ Smith, Leo Bailey, Ralph Love, Billy Hoy, and Lillian Rose helped change the face of modern jazz right here on the corner of Hastings and Dunlevy. A watering hole like no other, The Patricia Café was a second home to the city’s working class and wealthy alike, where libations, camaraderie and lively conversation could be shared by all. Soldiering on through the Great Depression, two World Wars and the changing landscape of downtown Vancouver, Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse has been a local institution and welcome reprieve from the outside world for nearly a century.
Today Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse stays true to its roots as a lively community gathering place. Having become re-established as one of the city’s premiere music venues, Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse hosts free, live blues, jazz and piano throughout the week and various rock shows on most Friday and Saturday nights. With lovingly restored original hardwood floors, fir pillars and exposed brick, Pat’s Pub & BrewHouse offers a cozy, historic, lounge atmosphere with a wide selection of world-class, but locally-sourced microbrews, wine, cocktails and deliciously unpretentious fare.
by The Editors | As most Scout readers are likely already aware, the Eastside Culture Crawl (November 18, 19, 20) is a free, three day art crawl that covers the area bounded by Main Street and Victoria Drive north of First Avenue. Over 300 artists are participating, and it’s going to be freakin’ awesome. But where to eat and drink before, during and after your Crawl? Being the thoughtful folks that we are, we’ve lined up a list of key stops within (and just without) Crawl grounds: Read more