Includes one appetizer, two entrees, dessert and a bottle of wine.
Every Wednesday evening at The Church Key
Comfort Food, Craft Beers & Cocktails, Exceptional Service & Ambiance.
Every neighbourhood has that one gathering spot that feels welcoming and homey. The Church Key is London, Ontario’s destination pub. Whether you’re craving something familiar, or want to try something new, The Church Key’s menu always provides handcrafted meals using seasonal and local product, along with friendly service given in an uncomplicated, comfortable style.
Owners Peter & Vanessa Willis, alongside Executive Chef Michael Anglestad, share in common a lifetime of experience in the restaurant industry. The opening of The Church Key in May of 2009 was the culmination of a long time dream.
What is a Church Key?
There are many stories of how the simple bottle opener came to be known as a ‘Church Key’. We believe the following to be most likely: When the first cast iron bottle openers were manufactured in the early 1900’s, their shape reminded people of large, old fashioned church door keys. It is more than probable that an irreverant joke was attached as well – in that drinking beer may have been considered and ‘unchurchly’ thing to do. We disagree.