Below is a list of the top and leading pubs in Edmonton. To help you find the pubs located near you in Edmonton, we put together our list based on this rating points list.
Edmonton’s Best Pubs:
The top-rated pubs in Edmonton:
- Duggan’s Boundary Irish Pub – the gathering place for the local residents, young and old alike.
- Sherlock Holmes Pub – one of Edmonton’s most popular gathering establishments.
- Kelly’s Pub – enjoy a great pint, a glass of wine, cocktail, or specialty coffee.
- The Black Dog Freehouse – Edmonton’s only 2nd level, garden setting, a full-service patio.
- Brewsters Oliver Square – one of Alberta’s longest-standing local breweries.
Duggan’s Boundary Irish Pub
Duggan’s Boundary Irish Pub, formerly known as Devaney’s Irish Pub, opened in May 2008 in the former Frog & Nightgown Pub. The name hails from pioneer J.J. Duggan, one of the City of Strathcona’s first mayors. 91 St which runs beside the pub, was the boundary line for the former city. Duggan’s Boundary has become the gathering place for the local residents, young and old alike. Guests will feel as though they are truly in Ireland, with its warm woods, cozy booths, and outstanding Irish fare. If the weather permits, guests can also enjoy the newly renovated patio at the back of the pub.
Address: 9013 88 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6C 1M1
Phone: 780 465 4834
“Very cute and cozy pub. I had an enjoyable experience here as I visited with friends after an event. I tried a few appetizers and they were fine/good. The place was very lively with live music. My only slight criticism would be that it took awhile to get refills. Otherwise, I definitely would recommend this establishment!” – Natasha Myette
Sherlock Holmes Pub
Sherlock Holmes Pub is one of Edmonton’s most popular gathering establishments. Everyone seems to have a “sherlock’s story” and even if they don’t have a story mentioning the name “sherlock holmes pubs” to an Edmontonian and one will get a reply with “its fun, laid-back and friendly.” For thirty years, the sherlock holmes pubs have worked hard to become a cornerstone in the community where patrons know they will be served professionally and in a friendly, comfortable manner. Whether a guest is looking for a drink with a friend, a bite before a movie, concert, sports event, or to enjoy the weekend live entertainment, the Sherlock Holmes pubs have something for everyone.
Victorian-influenced Local Pub Chain
Address: 10012 101A Ave, Edmonton, AB T5J 0P5
Phone: 780 426 7784
“What a great place to come with friends at the end of a long day of work! It looks unique amongst the skyscrapers downtown and certainly lives up to the unique look on the outside when you sit down on their expansive patio.” – John William Wade
Kelly’s Pub originated in 2002 with the typical cliche of a girl with a dream. Kelly’s dream of becoming a flight attendant did not work out so instead; she decided to showcase her talents by opening a Pub. Today, Kelly’s has become a place where friends can meet, business deals can be made and sports will always be on. Whether they want to enjoy a great pint, a glass of wine, cocktail, specialty coffee, or tempt the tastebuds with a delicious meal, Kelly’s is the place to be,
Nachos, Burgers, Sandwiches, Pizza, Wines, Draft Beers, etc.
Address: 10156 104 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 1A7
Phone: 780 451 8825
“Very well kept and accessible restaurant. They provide large meals and for economical prices. We liked the meals very much and the staff members were very personal and chatty. Recommended.” – Anders Calderon
The Black Dog Freehouse
Bar bites, Drink Specials, DJs, etc.
Address: 10425 82 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T6E 2A1
Phone: 780 439 1082
“Good bar! Really nice upstairs patio area with trees really good music and friendly staff. Lost my coat bar hopping and the waitress had set it aside for me so i even got it back! Super impressed with it.” – Kennedy
Brewsters Oliver Square
Brewsters believe that every beer should share a story and every story should share a beer. For over 25 years, they have been refining the art of beer in Western Canada. Its founder Michael Lanigan started Brewsters in 1989, way before small-batch brewing was the trend it is today. Now, as a second-generation family business, their batches aren’t as small as they once were. They are one of Alberta’s longest-standing local breweries, with 9 restaurants across the province.
Specialty Craft Beer and Expertly Created Food
Address: 11620 104 Ave NW, Edmonton, AB T5K 2T7
Phone: 780 482 4677
“Such a great place to go for good food and awesome craft beer. The service was extra ordinary like the beer. I would totally recommend this place. I love how clean the facility and the friendliness of the staff.” – Randohlf Manzano