Gather for a meal at a 1937 telegraph office turned gastropub. Stop for brunch, share a plate of appetizers and connect with friends at this local spot. Connecting people in Lethbridge since 1937. Built to house Lethbridge’s original telegraph office, the old telegraph building has been home to connection since 1937. It connected WWII soldiers with loved ones at home, and it connected businesses with the outside world. These days, the building is no longer meant for cross-country communication – their specialty is cross-table communication. That’s why they’ll always have their big, communal table at the centre of the restaurant, a cross-cultural menu with locally-sourced ingredients, and a wide selection of craft beers and whiskeys from around the world. So whether you come to meet old friends over drinks, or connect with new ones while watching the world cup, they’re happy to provide a warm, comfortable and friendly place to gather – and quality food and drinks to connect over.

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