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Red George Pub

Renovations are sometimes the only thing you need to make a space useful again. This is why the Red George Public House Inc. decided to turn an old pickle factory into a historic pub. This 3000 sq. ft. renovation included converting an existing space into a more useful establishment. It was important that during construction the building was restored as much as possible to conserve the buildings heritage. Prior to this project the building was used as a pickle factory, a lifesavers factory and most recently the Moran-Hooker building. The Red George Pub is in a restored heritage building located on Water Street in Prescott. The patio looks out toward the St. Lawrence River.