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This small building is what it looks like now from the outside:
Indoors, there is an old painted monument of what was it's former grandeur:
At one time, George's was a three story Canadian Pacific Hotel located next to the Foundry's water tower, a stop-over place for rail travelers, which also offered lunches for the hard workers at the Enterprise Foundry. What remains may look like an over sized mobile home from the outside, but plenty of space is offered inside to enjoy draft beer, and big plates of pure Canadian comfort food.
But unquestionably, George's real claim to fame is the ongoing appearance of some great musicians, and I'm told that "the joint" will remain open for these live performances only.
Aside from seeing performances by Petunia, Ray Bonneville and Gypsophelia on George's Sound Stage,
Kathy and I have more recently enjoyed Brunch every Sunday with a group of true regulars, the local Anglican Church Women.
Kathy's Mom, Mrs. Nora Tapley, who just celebrated her 100th birthday, never misses a Sunday at church, nor a Sunday Brunch at George's. Here she is seen placing her usual order, from head waitress Pat: