They say good things come in small packages, but personally, we prefer buckets...the beer filled variety to be precise. Bucket list Tuesday means you choose the 4 beers that go in your bucket for $15. What's on your list?
ALT - Tuesdays coming soon... $13 Steak Sandwich; $4 Sleeves all draught, well highballs & shots of Jameson.
Tavern Burger & Sleeve of Creemore for $13; Creemore Sleeves $4.25; Pints $6.25.
Thursday's are "Hers" Days so impress your lady and break out your wallets without breaking the bank fellas! 1/2 Price bottles, $4.25 Sleeve of OK Spring & $6.25 Pints; $13 Charcuterie boards.
Homegrown Fridays- The grass isn't always greener on the other side. Enjoy some amazing local craft beer brewed in our own backyard! $4.25 Sleeves & $6.25 Pints of Yellowhead all day & night.
Brunch from 11 AM - 2 PM, $8 Mimosa's & double Mercer Caesars. Happiest hour from 3-6 PM
Brunch from 11 AM - 2 PM, $8 Mimosa's & double Mercer Caesars, Live Music w/ beer & shot features all night (Ask your server for the day's feature).
Hours Of Operation
11AM - 2AM
7 Days a Week
11AM - 2PM
Sat & Sun
Located in one of Edmonton’s oldest buildings in the Warehouse District downtown, The Mercer Tavern provides an inviting pub-style experience, offering authentic casual cuisine using fresh locally sourced ingredients.
Built in 1911 by John B. Mercer, the Mercer Warehouse was originally used to store liquor, cigars and wine. 101 years later, the building has been revitalized and transformed back to its original state, providing Edmontonians with a historic and approachable space to gather and enjoy good times with friends.
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In 1922 a "cyclonic" fire gutted the warehouse and it was thought the building would be lost forever. Luckily the warehouse was elected to be rebuilt, and stands stronger than ever today.
Alongside J. B. Mercer Company, original tenants of the Warehouse included Plunkett and Smith, a wholesale fruit dealer, and the Stevens Paint Company. It would also become the original home of the Calgary Brewing Company.
John B. Mercer, the man responsible for constructing the Mercer Warehouse in 1911, was a key member of Edmonton's early community. He was an original YMCA member, as well as an avid curler, marksman and hunter.
The warehouse's originator John B. Mercer had a weakness for the Hawaiian Islands. Late in his life, he built his retirement home in this paradise of the pacific, where he consulted on their tourism industry, drawing many recommendations from Edmonton and the thriving west.
We have 47 dedicated parking spots in the Affordable Storage parking lot just south of the building, available Monday to Thursday, from 5pm to 7am, and Friday at 5pm until Monday at 7am. There is meter parking out front as well.
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To book a table, please call or leave your name and phone number. We will contact you as soon as possible in order to book you in. We can't accept reservations online, and we take bookings no more than two months in advance.