A Self-Guided Pub Crawl Through Blue Mountain Village


The best part of enjoying a self-guided pub crawl through Blue Mountain Village is that you won’t need any high-powered GPS apps to find where you’re going. It’s amazing the different flavours in food and refreshments that you can find in a relatively small area.

Stops on a Blue Mountain Village Pub Crawl

While the pubs aren’t very far apart, The Village is a great place for a pub crawl because of everything there is to see and do between stops. And that can only make your crawl longer and more enjoyable.

  1. MJ Byrne’s Irish Pub
    MJ Byrnes Irish pub
    What better place to start or finish a pub crawl that an authentic Irish pub? Located in the heart of the Village, MJ Byrne’s is close to hotel accommodations and Blue Mountain rental chalets. Winter or summer, you’ll find a warm, welcoming atmosphere, 28 draft beers from around the world (including Guinness, of course) and live music every night.If you’re hungry, peruse the bilingual Gaelic/English menu to find traditional Irish favourites like steak and mushroom pie or local favourites like poutine!
  2. Kaytoo Restaurant & Bar
    Kaytoo Restaurant & Bar
    Another great part of a Bluemojtina Pub crawl is the variety of vibe’s you’ll get at each stop. The Kaytoo prides itself to adding some genuine Canadian flair to your meals and nightlife in The Village. If you’re wondering what that means, think hockey on the screen, patio lanterns, great beer and tasty burgers.If you’re looking for something “oh so Canadian” on the menu, try the Stampeder burger, brushed with Collingwood whiskey maple bbq sauce.
  3. The Bullwheel Pub
    The Bullwheel Pub
    Getting to The Bullwheel will take you to the south end of the Mountain, but it’s still an easy walking distance. If you’re wondering where the name came from, a bullwheel is used to turn the rope that traditionally pulled chairlifts. That connection to skiing belies the Bullwheel’s perfect slopeside location.Get your taste buds ready for some perfect apres-ski fare, from deep-fried pickles to a Montreal-steak-spiced bison burger.
  4. The Northwinds Brewpub
    The Northwinds Brewpub
    One of the newer additions to a Blue Mountian Village Pub Crawl, the Northwinds delivers unique, locally brewed craft beers and ales, and delicious dishes on a menu developed by Head Chef Travis Barron. From comfort food like mac and cheese sticks to a house-smoked pulled pork patty melt entree, the food choices are as eclectic as your refreshment options.

If you enjoyed this post, check out our recent article about what to do in Blue Mountain during March Break.