One of our favourite places to eat when heading north of Victoria. Normally an easy 40 minute drive to Duncan, a city known for its native arts centre and totem poles placed throughout the city - especially downtown near the train station. From homemade burgers to garlic prawns to pasta and seafood dishes everything is made with care and attention to detail. Very reasonably priced. The Craig Street Brew Pub serves their own skillfully crafted beers, made right on the premises by Brew Master Chris Gress. You can purchase it by the glass, pint, pitcher or if you are wanting to sample each beer you can purchase the Toolbox. The 1940’s building has been newly renovated and you will be greeted by a warm interior full of large exposed timbers. There is a street side patio plus a rooftop deck for outdoor seating. There is a 100 year old antique bar, and a more intimate area of the main floor that features a stage for live music and a real wood burning fireplace. This room is highlighted by the wonderful paintings of the Valley’s very own EJ Hughes, one of Canada’s most celebrated artists. Up the spectacular wood staircase, you’ll pass the brew house behind 2 stories of glass. The mezzanine level features historical photos of Duncan and a high definition TV.