Mississauga Chiropractor Presents: Clarkson Pump & Patio Restaurant

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Here’s another blog from a Mississauga Chiropractor…


On Monday October 29th, 2012, I had lunch at The Clarkson Pump & Patio, (1744 Lakeshore Rd., West, Clarkson Village, Mississauga ON) for the first time.  The Clarkson Pump is known for their chicken wings (they were the first to ‘grill’ them back in the day!)

Their extensive menu offers everything from Nachos and Firecracker Chicken, to a variety of salads including California Spinach. From AAA house cut steaks and Ribs, to their famous Pump House Sliders, Panini’s and of course, their signature homemade Pump House burgers. They also have a variety of beverages available including a large selection of draft beers and an exclusive wine list from a variety of regions.

The Clarkson Pump can suit any occasion whether it be a birthday celebration, an anniversary dinner, or getting together with gang to watch your favourite sporting events. With 152-seat capacity inside and another 144 seats on the patio, they have lots of room for friends and family.


As for the members of the business community, the Clarkson Pump has something for you too! Their private dining room is ideal for business meetings, brainstorming sessions or just taking the team out for a little bonding. This 30-seat capacity private room is equipped with a 52” wall mounted flat screen, Wi-Fi and PowerPoint connectivity for all your presentation needs. Want a special menu for your special event? Their Executive Chef, Joe Mascia, will work with you on the menu for any special occasion.


The Clarkson Pump`s passion for your enjoyment is what has made them a staple in the Clarkson Mississauga community for years. So much so, they decided to open a couple of more locations in the neighbourhood. The Pump House Grille Co. and the newest member of our family, “Papa Giuseppe’s”, are both located in Port Credit. Traveling out west and need your fill of the Pump? Go to our Kamloops, BC location, The Westsyde Pump!


I decided to try their Turkey Panini & greek salad at $14.99 (Sliced turkey, bacon, swiss cheese, avocado spread, mixed greens & cranberry mayo on a rosemary focaccia bun).  My friend ordered the Grouper & the soup of the day at $16.99 (Blackened or bronzed, served on focaccia bread with red onions, tomato, lettuce, house-made jalapeno tarter sauce) These were both quite tasty.


Overall, I really enjoyed my experience at the Clarkson Pump and Patio.  Give it a try.  Just another day in the life of a Mississauga chiropractor…



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