Townhall Public House Langley
Townhall Langley was originally established in 1981 as the Duke of Wellington Pub, a well-known neighborhood pub and watering hole. Features include a custom-built fireplace imported from England. The swinging front doors are English antiques dating back to the mid 1800’s. The wood on the corners of the bar are pieces from an old English Church Pulpit. They’re proud of the pub fare that has made their locations busy hubs in the communities they operate. Try their signature braised beef dip, delicious burgers, or any of their house made weekly features.
At Townhall Public House, they pair a comfortable atmosphere and exceptional service with really, really good grub. Stop by to watch the game or join them for a drink (fyi, they’ve got more than a dozen beers on tap and 25 craft brews to choose from). They have a hunch that you’ll be enticed to stay and sample one of their classic pub offerings, all prepared from fresh, high-quality ingredients. More than just a pub, they care about the people in their community. That’s why they fundraise for schools and charities, strive to support local neighbourhood food producers and keep their communities out of harm’s way by participating in local safety initiatives. Let them be your stomping ground, your escape route, your safe haven, your happy place. And in return, they’ll offer you a night you’ll remember long after the sun comes up.