They have not been open all winter...Sign says they will be opening soon! Still waiting! Good luck!!
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Whenever I am visiting Rossland I always make time for breakfast at Clancey's. The food is excellent and the portions are very large. The perfect spot to fuel up before a day out hiking or skiing. Coffee and snacks are also great if you are...More
Clancys restaurant is closed effective June 2017 due to a very early morning electrical fire. The business received extensive smoke damage. It is currently boarded up with no indication when they will reopen. Hope to see this great local spot for coffee, food and evening...More
Clansey's has been totally renovated and now not only serves breakfast and lunch but is open in the evenings. My husband and I went for dinner and had such a great experience. The food was amazing - the Frenchie Pizza is incredible! My husband enjoyed...More
We're staying at an airbnb and decided to come here for breakfast on a Sunday morning. Omg it was delicious! The portions are huge. We were all very full. Later that evening we went back for appies and drinks. The atmosphere is quite unique and...More
It is now a bar and at the bar, they have saddles to sit in. They have craft beers on tap. Had some brandy there. I am coming back.
Got there with a friend just as they were closing the kitchen. They stayed open for us cause my friend is a local and knows them well. Had the veggie burger. It was so good.
Delicious food with vegan & gluten free options, they were happy to create a specially requested breakfast for me as none of the breakfast menu items were vegan although all sounded delicious! I also enjoyed the veggie chili for lunch the following day. Beware portions...More
had lunch here with friends, Sandwich special grilled. Very tasty, generous portion, Small cozy place. friendly service. draft craft beer plus wine menu. Dinner at later time was also good. Small place very pub like. Some Thursdays they have entertainment at night.
We are residents of Rossland and love this town and the small businesses and people that go with that, however, being small town does not mean that you have to put up with shoddy service and bad food, which we experienced when we went to...More