Mott’s Clamato Awards Best Caesar In Town to Saskatoon’s Snooker Shack
Snooker Shack’s caesar cocktail, The Ticket, has recently earned bragging rights and a $25,000 grand prize after being awarded Mott’s Clamato Best Caesar in Town. There were ten Canadian bars and eateries vying for the coveted title. Alberta’s Firestone Restaurant claimed second place and $15,000 for its Mott’s Tropical Tiki Caesar while British Columbia’s The Station Pub took third place and the $10,000 prize for its The 80’s Lunch Box Caesar.
The Snooker Shack is a a lively billiard room and has been community staple in Saskatoon for over 34 years.
“To be rewarded for something we’re this passionate about is a dream,” says Snooker Shack owner, Allan Tirk. “We’re so grateful to the Saskatoon community for supporting us and to Mott’s Clamato for making it all possible. This prize money will be put to great use as we renovate and elevate our space to make Snooker Shack the best it’s ever been.”
To continue recognizing the dedication of hospitality service professionals, Mott’s Clamato has also made a $30,000 donation to the Bartenders Benevolent Fund for the second year.
“The hospitality industry has seen such hardship over the last two years. We can think of no better way to show our appreciation for these talented, hard-working, and resilient professionals than to support the Bartenders Benevolent Fund,” added Alex King, Sr. Brand Manager Keurig Dr Pepper Canada.
To watch the making of Snooker Shacks The Ticket Caesar, click HERE.