Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | April 15, 2017

The Town Hall Restaurant, Cornwall.

Remember the Town Hall Restaurant, on the southeast corner of Pitt and 2nd? (now Pommier’s parking lot.)

Publican Ray Henstock is shown here in this 1992 “Standard-Freeholder” photograph saluting his patrons with a mug of Guiness.

Ray and his wife Clara renovated the old Colossus in 1992 to give the consuming public a taste of an authentic English pub.  They closed in 1997, but the fish and chips live on at Ye Old English Fish ‘n Chip Shop at 9 1st St. E.

Menu 1992.

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