‘Lovely lady’ to reopen Sundowner Pub in North Delta

NORTH DELTA – The Sundowner Pub is set to reopen later this spring under new ownership, according to a post on the establishment’s Facebook page.

 

"The property, including the old pub, has been purchased by a lovely lady who knows the pub industry," reads the post, from May 3. "Her name is Marilyn

 

Sanders and she has, previously, been owner of Kennedy’s as well as the Jolly Coachman. We are excited to see what she can do with our own little neighbourhood pub! Hoping to re-open in June! Stay tuned for further developments."

 

On Tuesday (May 5), another post on the Facebook page spread word about a "hiring fair" to happen at the pub on May 20 from 6 to 8 p.m. Employees sought include bartenders, servers and kitchen staff.

 

Under ownership of the Podavin family, the pub closed at the end of March after 35 years in business at the corner of Scott Road and 64th Avenue.

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