Our Mill Creek Pub Orangeville Story
Located on the corners of Mill Street, Little York Street and Armstrong Street, our historically zoned building once housed the original ‘Orangeville Bottling Works’ which was operated by Alexander Walker. He made, bottled and sold “WHISTLE” orange pop. One of the advertising slogans developed by the company was “Thirsty? Just whistle.” OBW also bottled and sold Wink, a citrus type beverage, were licensed bottlers of Coca-Cola, and produced their own brands of Orange, Ginger Ale, Cream Soda and Root Beer. It was often referred as the “Coke Plant”. Over the years, the building also housed many successful establishments.
In 2012, the Beattie family leased the building and made substantial changes. In an effort to make this place their own, everything was renovated top to bottom, leaving only the bare brick walls you can see downstairs today. The management of the Mill Creek Pub decided to honour some of Orangeville’s history when selecting the name, location, and décor of this historic landmark.
We are proud to offer a great service experience, pairing fresh, local ingredients with Ontario beer, wine and spirits. Into imports and domestics? Don’t worry, we have those too!
Visit us to find out why we have been awarded the 2017 Reader’s Choice Platinum award for ‘Best Pub’, ‘Best Overall Service’, ‘Best Outdoor Patio’, ‘Best Bar’, ‘Best Atmosphere’ and ‘Best Sports Bar’ in Dufferin County.