Kelly’s Pub is a lively hangout with exposed brick walls offering clever pub grub, sports on TV & happy hour deals. Kelly, an aspiring flight attendant, founded Kelly’s Pub in 2002. This Pub is a great place to catch up with friends, conduct business, and watch sports. You can pair your drinks with their delectable meals, which your tastebuds will undoubtedly appreciate. Your sports addiction is also aided by their TVs, which are on all day. The main highlights at Kelly’s Pub are a Ride to the Eskimos game on their cheese wagon, a Delicious meal, Wide variety of beverages. Kelly’s Pub began in 2002 with the stereotypical cliche of a girl with a dream. Kelly’s dream of becoming a flight attendant did not come true, so she decided to show off her skills by opening a pub! Today, that “dream” lives on Downtown’s bustling 104th Street in a brand new location.
Friends can meet at Kelly’s Pub, business deals can be made, and sports are always on. Kelly’s is the place to be if you want to enjoy a great pint, a glass of wine, cocktail, specialty coffee, or tantalize your taste buds with a delicious meal! All day long, all sports on all TVs! For those unfamiliar with Kelly’s “Cheese Wagon,” it is a yellow bus that transports devoted Eskimos fans to every game! It is indeed one of the best deals in town! Whether you come to Kelly’s to watch sports on TV, ride the Cheese Wagon, or compete in our epic Annual Golf Tourney, you will have a great time, but we don’t think you should blame us for any hangovers that result from having so much fun! Let’s look at what customers think and appreciate about Kelly’s Pub.
We had just moved from Fort Saskatchewan to Downtown Edmonton, about a two-minute walk from Kelly’s, and on Thursday, October 15, we had unpacked enough and went to the Pub for dinner. We found a table and were immediately greeted by Kim, who brought us menus and took our drink order. Immediately we felt very comfortable in the atmosphere around us, laughing, conversations going on, people dropping in on the way home, and some staying for dinner. Our food order arrived and there were very generous portions. My fish and chips were more than I could eat, and my wife enjoyed her wings being delicious. We met Peter, who made an effort to engage us in a conversation we enjoyed.