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42 Princess Street, Saint John, New Brunswick
HOURS (Bar): Mon - Wed: 11am - 1am  | Thu - Fri 11am - 2am

 Sat: 9am - 2am  |  Sun: 9am - 12am 

(please no reservations on line,please call 214-5335)

HOURS (Kitchen): Mon: 11am - 10pm  |Tues - Wed: 11am - 11pm  |  Thurs - Fri: 11am - 1am Sat: 9am - 1am | Sun: 9am - 10pm

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Come uptown for extra special delights prepared by our pro chefs during Chop Chop Restaurant Week, October 27 – November 2.

Britt's Pub & Eatery
42 Princess Street

Chop Chop Plate
Beet and goats cheese toasted ravioli, roasted red pepper cream sauce, gremolata and shaved reggiano

Chop Chop Lunch
Course 1:  Cream of potato/ Cider and cheddar
Course 2:  Grilled market sausage, daikon kimchi, prosciutto, Picaroons Blonde Ale mustard, and arugula in a toasted hoagie bun

Chop Chop Dinner
Course 1:  Bacon and mushroom risotto cake with a blue cheese mornay sauce
Course 2:  Braised beef shank with a red wine jus, yukon gold mashed potatoes and a pistachio gremolata
Course 3:  Pumpkin cheesecake with chocolate "cap," spiced whip cream and ginger cookie.
About Britt's

Britt's is an English-style pub. The name was inspired by Saint John artist Miller Brittain, whose art studio sat just two floors above the pub in the 1930s.

Born in Saint John in 1912, Miller Brttain was a draughtsman, a soldier, a champion of William Blake's poetry, a painter, a water colourist, and a muralist. In his studio located on the third floor of the Brodie Building, Brittain was part of a thriving and vibrant artistic community in the Uptown area. Many of those artists returned to the Port City to weather out The Depression. During this era, Brittain entered his social-realist period; his depictions of the longshoremen heading to work on the wharf are now iconic pieces of Saint John artwork. It is the art of this period of work from which artist Chris Lloyd drew inspiration from for the murals which now grace the pub's walls (Miller Brittain, 1912 - 1968).

Britt's three owners -- Gary and Pamela Spicer, and Roy Scribner opened Britt's with a shared vision of a British pub; a place where friends can meet and enjoy quality food in a casual atmosphere.

Photo Credit: Taylor O'Neil