Modern Dining: The Wilcox Gastropub

In this segment of Modern Dining, we delve deeper into the Wilcox Gastropub to see what the fuss is all about.
Normally, we’d put together a great introductory paragraph but after reading what the Wilcox team has put together, we’re going to opt to use their beautiful description. 

“Nestled in central Mississauga, close to the community, we intend to bring together and host people who just like us are drawn to the art of gastronomy and drink. We don't just define the intersection of Hurontario and Eglinton, but are also the intersection of contemporary and classic. Inspired by our community and love for food our decor reflects just that.
We offer a comfortable pub atmosphere that serves exciting, seasonal food with sophistication. Our work serves fine beers, an impressive cocktail program, and a carefully curated wine list, to be paired with our dishes crafted to perfection.”

(Told you it was an awesome description)

Signature Food Item

Wilcox Burger, Scotch Egg and Fish Tacos. 
Their entire menu is delicious but if you’re having a hard time deciding, any of these three are stellar choices.

Signature Drink Item

They have a wide selection of 12 different craft beers on tap, including Amsterdam Boneshaker American IPA and 3 Speed Lager, Side Launch Wheat, Muskoka Detour IPA, Mill Street 100th Meridian Organic and others.

3 Word Description

Local, inviting and creative. 
How creative? Their chefs make a new featured menu every two weeks where nothing has been duplicated in over a year!

Seating Capacity

130 inside and 60 on their beautiful patio.

Type of food

International comfort food. 

Chef's Bio

Born in Venezuela, Chef Humberto moved to Miami in his late teens. It was there that he developed a passion for cooking, studying in many kitchens and training under respected chefs. He worked in a wide array of restaurants from Italian, French, Spanish, Tex-Mex, American to fusion restaurants where he has drawn on his experience to innovatively reinvent our menu every season. He was a contestant on Chopped, the popular Food Network show. He has been in the kitchen for over 15 years and continually strives to improve his craft. He is currently studying to become a Sommelier and continues to take classes to better his knowledge of food. Chef Humberto studied classic French cuisine at Liaison Culinary College. Like many ambitious chefs, he hopes to leave a footprint on the GTA food scene.

Specials and Events

  • Tuesday and Wednesday: $1.00 oysters
  • Thursday 3:00 pm to close: $5 top shelf liquor, $5 craft pints and $5 glasses of select wines
  • Thursday – Saturday: DJ from 8:00pm to close
  • Live sports can be seen on a number of their large screen televisions

What can customers expect?

Mouth-watering food, unmatched service, a unique and inviting atmosphere, great music and ambiance.


Not at the moment, but possibly in the future.

Price Range

Mid-range price for high quality food.

Name origin

The original building was erected in 1850 by Amos and Charles Wilcox and the good folks who own the Wilcox decided that the name was definitely worth carrying on. Full marks to them for honouring a piece of Mississauga history.

Type of clientele

Anyone and everyone who wants a memorable dining experience. Whether you’re in your 20’s or 50+, the Wilcox welcomes everyone who appreciates great food and service in an amazing atmosphere.

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30 Eglinton Avenue West
Mississauga, ON
L6R 3E7