Thursday, October 5, 2017

East side residents to see rebirth of local neighbourhood pub

Almost ready for its Grand Opening, the Seal Cove Neighbourhood Pub
lays claim to the site of the long time Rupert fixture of Solly's

A once popular gathering spot for Rupertites is soon to reopen, as work on the old Solly's location comes to an end and the work of hiring on some staff gets underway.

Solly's at one time was considered one of the city's destination pubs, a time when Friday and Saturdays found the location a popular stop on the thriving city bar scene. However, as the economy took a downturn through the early part of this century, so too did many of the city's entertainment spots, with Solly's closing its doors for good in 2009.

The rebirth of the popular neighbourhood pub will bring a new name and a new look when they swing open the doors to the Seal Cove Neighbourhood Pub in the next few weeks.

The newest addition to Prince Rupert's entertainment scene is currently on the hunt for employees to fill a number of openings, included on the list are:

Line Cooks, Prep Cooks, Dishwashers, Servers, Hostess, Bartenders, Floor Supervisors, Weekend DJ and Weekend Security.

Those interested in the opportunities can drop off their resume to Dan at the Pub, located at 2209 Seal Cove Road.

The work to bring the Seal Cove location back has been a long process, since we first noted one year ago that a deal had closed on the property that had been on the local realty listings for a fair bit of time.

As they get closer to the Grand Opening, we'll keep readers up to date on the debut.

For more items related to the Northwest Business scene see our archive page here.

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