The Historic Dewdney Pub, also known as the Church of the Blues, is located along the banks of the Dewdney slough in the rural Dewdney/Deroche area of the Fraser Valley just off scenic Hwy. 7. The
building started as a church in 1912; survived the 1948 Flood; became
a residence much later; and was finally transformed into a pub. Recent renovations have kept the historic value of the building with vintage light fixtures and photos, fir wainscotting, stained glass and memorabilia respectful of the fishing, logging and farming of the surrounding area.
A full service liquor store stocked with your favorite wines, spirits, coolers, ciders, and of course beer that is the coldest anywhere.
What we do best:
Join us for a great meal from our full menu. We are renowned for our homemade hamburgers, soups and on the weekends we offer a great breakfast menu with our specialty redneck eggs benedict. We are open at 9am on weekends and holidays for our fantastic, fully licensed breakfast. Our friendly staff will make you feel right at home.
Live Classic Rock Saturday nights from 8:30pm until 12:30am. The second Saturday of the month always features a country band.
Don’t miss our legendary Sunday Blues Jam from 4:00pm until 8:00pm. Given the building’s heritage and our music, it has become known as, ‘The Church of the Blues’.
8793 River Rd. South, Dewdney, BC, V0M 1H0