|Ambiance |||Neighbourhood, Pub|
|Music Genres |||Rock|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Neighbourhood |||St. Albert|
|Cross Street |||St. Albert Road and Boudreau Road|
|Monday to Friday – 11AM to 2AM; Saturday – 2PM to 2AM; closed Sunday|
Profile Last Updated: July 28, 2008
Located in St. Albert, just off the main drag and about a 15-minute drive outside of Edmonton, this is a pub meant for those who crave a relaxed and cozy atmosphere and an escape from the club scene. Freshly renovated and sporting a new moniker, you don’t want to miss stopping at this looming grey and turreted establishment for the fish and chips alone. The Rock’s fish and chips—homemade and beer-battered— paired with a pint of your favourite ale, is a dish to be sampled over and over again.
Hosting Jam sessions on Saturday nights that leave the Rock’s stage open on a first come, first serve basis, pub-goers can also enjoy music that is professional and easy on the ears. With a regular crowd aged 25 and up, the vibe at The Rock is laid-back, with a dance floor for when things are in full swing, so to speak, and TVs located all over the pub for convenient sporting event viewing.
Change is Good
As a pub that is going through changes in what it offers patrons on each night of the week, Tuesday remains as the ever-faithful wing night. For a casual but unflappably traditional English pub atmosphere, The Rock Pub and Grill is an ideal location to allow that stiff upper lip to let loose.