Welcome to the Grey Goat Pub & Grill
Located in the heart of historical downtown Newmarket in the Main Street district, the property at 74 Main Street South was built by Henry Wade Harrison in 1861. It was later converted to the town's first pub in 1982.
In the winter of 2010 the pub was at risk of being shut down permanently when the owner of the building put it up for sale,
But in the early months of 2012 it was purchased by local business owner Ross Jones.
Featured in Ontario Pubs Magazine Feb 2013
The leafy patio, which looks down onto Main Street, has been redone and is now the best in town. Inside the new look Goat still retains its comfortable pub feel and the regulars are all back along with many new customers. The bar has twelve beers on tap including Kronenbourg 1666, Granville Island Pale Ale and Tennent's lager. Upstairs the pub has a function room complete with its own bar, a great place to hold a birthday party.
Entertainment is every Saturday night and on special occasions such as St. Patrick's Day. Owner Ross has brought his expertise in and has revamped the menu to reflect the success of other bars that he owns. The Goat is a wonderful pub with plenty of century home character, great staff and patrons who are happy to have their little pub back. Read More....
"An intimate local watering hole, the pub was often frequented by the late John Candy, a Newmarket raised comedian, as well as rock band Glass Tiger. "