Eating at home is so relaxing your body may fall asleep mid-digestion—ergo, it's best to eat as close to a game of pool as possible. Worry your way into a well-digested meal with today's Groupon at West Coast Tap House Gastro Pub and Lounge at the Four Points by Sheraton Victoria Gateway Hotel. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 worth of dinner and drinks.
- For $10, you get $20 worth of breakfast or lunch and drinks.
The West Coast Tap House, located in Langford, pleases palates with an array of eclectic eats and sudsy brews. Dive in head first with the Los Alamos Fingerbones ($23), a collection of beef ribs massaged with southwestern spices and slathered in chipotle barbecue sauce. 14 beers flow vivaciously out of taps as patrons point ocular orbs towards one or eight of the 11 high-definition TVs, depending on arachnid status. A warming fireplace highlights incisors as they sink into a Mama's Meatball Sandwich ($14) or a heaping helping of Creole Jambalaya ($18). The breakfast menu is packed with classics such as pancakes and omelettes, and lunch and dinner are served from the same menu.
The Times Colonist named West Coast Tap House one of the best restaurants in Victoria for 2010:
- You might have been here only for the addictive chicken wings and a beer post-Costco shopping, but there's some good food coming out of this kitchen, including excellent burgers made in-house from ground brisket, veal and sirloin with a long list of toppings, and entrées including Jambalaya, butter chicken and seared steaks drizzled with a sherry-laden, Szechuan-inspired sauce. – Pam Grant, Times Colonist
West Coast Tap House
New executive chef is preparing to debut a new dynamic menu featuring upscale pub food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The West Coast Tap House plans to continue it's already prestigious reputation, selected one of the Times Colonist's favourite restaurants in 2010, by offering a menu of items prepared by one of the most talked about chefs in Victoria.
Tall leather chairs encircle the tap house's large bar, whose centre is wrapped in flatscreen TVs. Hockey jerseys adorn the walls, a fitting touch for a bar that claims to have Wayne Gretzky’s favorite spaghetti and meatballs—which are actually meat pucks.