By Cathryn Gagnon:
The historic town of Amherstburg is the home to a cozy little pub called, Lord Amherst Public House and Wine Bar. It’s located at 273 Dalhousie Street, and named after Lord Jeffrey Amherst, who served as the first Governor General of British North America. This quaint meeting place comes complete with creaky wood floors and traditional English pub fare. Separate from the pub, there is a wine bar upstairs. It has a rustic European décor and features imported and local wines.
Our server was sweet, welcoming, and attentive. We started off with a Grimbergen, dark lager, craft beer. It had caramelized undertones with a crisp coffee finish. Since it was my birthday lunch, and my mother was buying, I thought I would splurge. We ordered soup and sandwiches.