A Wishaw pub that took home the most recent Pub of The Year crown has reflected on its big win three years ago. And Derek Wyse and Tracey Broadfoot have also told us about the impact COVID has had on their business since then.Corrigan’s took home the Wishaw Press Pub of the Year back in 2019 having beaten the Electric Bar in Motherwell into second place.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.
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However, the competition is back this year and this year it is Lanarkshire-wide. A brother and sister duo, Derek and Tracey have run Corrigan’s Bar and Grill for the last nine years, building a strong reputation for serving excellent pints, food and patter in equal measure.
Derek told Lanarkshire Live : “It’s been a hard few years, that's for sure. “I don’t think we could have imagined what was in store for all of us.“We still have the Pub of The Year plaque up and it’s a great source of pride for us.“We have a lot of loyal customers who voted for us and I’m sure it will be the same again.“Hopefully all restrictions will be lifted soon and we will back to some kind of normality.“During the lockdown a lot of our regulars really missed being out and seeing their friends, so we are glad to have themRead more on dailyrecord.co.uk