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Bard & Banker Public House

Us enjoying a couple Phillips Blue Bucks!   Cheers to an enjoyable visit to the Bard & Banker Public House ! We love a plethora of craft beers on tap and good pub grub so this place was naturally up our alley - can't believe we hadn't been here before.   Here is a little history on the building:   Building was first built in 1885 as the Bank of British Columbia It was various banks until 1988. from 1988 to 2007 operated as a retail store (Spirit of Christmas) Opened in June 2008 as a Scottish pub!  We decided to order a couple appies after ordering a couple Blue Bucks to wet our whistles, it gives us a chance to try a few things off the menu.  The Kusshi and Royal Miyagi fresh shucked oysters Fresh shucked oysters are a favourite of ours - we try them almost everywhere! These we indeed fresh and delicious. The service was excellent, prompt and polite. Loved the historical significance of the building - it is really big and open inside. We'll have to g