This little pub resides in the bottom of a 100-year-old building at 8 Beck’s, at the eastern end of George Street. It is located in the former industrial area of Olde St. John’s and now houses the busiest nightlife in North America. From the late 1800’s the Terra Nova Marble Works conducted their commercial and industrial operations from this very location.
The space has since been converted for all to enjoy and rave about. This is very much a popular city pub, which has been recently refurbished and retains a lot of Newfoundland style and charm. The natural stone features and exposed wood make the Trinity Pub popular amongst professionals looking to relax and enjoy themselves for the evening.
As the evening becomes night the true colors really come out as local musicians can be heard for all to enjoy each weekend. The center bar although imposing to look at provides an ideal location for its patrons to cozy up and enjoy a local pint and chat about the weather.
Besides the Celtic cross being the bar symbol, there is something about the whole place which makes it warm and welcoming. It is all done to magnificent effect and that’s why, although being at the end of George Street, it’s really where George Street begins. Cheers!