HAMISH MCNEILLY/Stuff.co.nz Dunedin’s historic Captain Cook pub underwent a major upgrade before reopening in its last incarnation, in this video from 2016. An iconic part of Dunedin student culture has been lost again, with The Captain Cook Hotel set to close down for the third time in less than a decade. The Cook, as it is known locally, which has stood on the corner of Great King Street and Albany Street since 1878, will become home to Dunedin’s first Sal’s Pizza franchise. However, while the pub and restaurant will close down, the live music venue upstairs will remain, and will keep the Captain Cook name. The original iteration of The Cook, with its cheap beer, large outside area and hugely popular student nights, closed down in 2013. READ MORE: Fight over Dunedin’s Captain Cook Hotel heats up Iconic Dunedin pub The Captain Cook closes doors Cheers! Dunedin’s Captain Cook pub returns Before it closed, it famously promoted the claim that it sold more beer by volume than any other bar in the country. A consortium of 17 investors purchased the bar after it first closed, and spent an undisclosed sum renovating the space into a more upscale gastro pub. The new… Read full this story
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