Located in Centertown, Prohibition Public House is a New York-style gastropub with a farm to table menu. Working with local farms and producers, Prohibition Public House offers a menu filled with delicious, hearty dishes like a wild boar and venison burger, blackened duck breast or an almond-orange crusted rack of lamb.
Now on Sundays, you can go to Prohibition Public House to enjoy a prime rib dinner. Be warned the portions are enormous, so make sure to go starving. The meal comes with a super tender slice of prime rib, served with assorted vegetables, mashed potatoes, horseradish, and a Yorkshire Pudding.
The restaurant is inside an old house and divided up into several different rooms on the two floors. As such, it is easy for groups to reserve a space for themselves, which is fantastic! The interior has a rustic decor with exposed brick walls and a large marquee sign.
This restaurant is also perfect place to go for cocktails, and snack on one of their many sharing plates. The cocktail menu has names like hooch, speakeasy, gringo, smugglers sangria – and my choice for the night Capone which is a dark and stormy made with Kraken rum, lime juice, and ginger beer.
Offering a great casual atmosphere, fantastic cocktails and generous portions of delicious food Prohibition Public House is a spot in Ottawa that is worth trying.