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All reviews poutine chicken and waffles bone marrow chips and dip blood sausage cheese curds pig ear pot de creme mussels pad thai french fries pork sandwich great beer list gastro pub unique menu a bit salty
I took a few of my staff here after the trade show one night. We did not get there until about 11pm. Nice place but small. Great atmosphere. Total capacity was probably only about 75. That time of night and we had 8 of us,...More
We came here for late bites after attending a concert at the nearby Pepsi Centre. At first we were taken back by the menu and didn’t think there was much that fit our late night cravings. We stayed and had a good chicken sandwich, the...More
Came here after doing a bit of digging on a solo weekend trip and couldn't have had a better time. The restaurant was pretty empty (they open at 11:30 and I was there at 11:45) and my waiter and I had great conversation to ease...More
We called in to Euclid Hall a couple of times to experience the great pub food and the wonderful atmosphere.
It is conveniently just around the corner from Larimer Street, and easy to find. The pub food is very good as is the beer, of...More
We ordered several dishes to share and we were not disappointed. The Pork Poutine was life changing. Yum! Also, our server was the exact right amount of attentive, friendly and accommodating. Not too much, just enough.
We were on a roll visiting Jennifer Jasinski restaurants during our trip, and Euclid Hall did not disappoint! We tried a number of dishes and all the food was very good (though my schnitzel was a bit salty), the beer cold, and the drinks most...More
Great service, vibe and atmosphere, but would only go again for drinks. Food was expensive and pretty bad. Not much taste - bland and incredibly salty. Fried curds were burned and teeny tiny, so mostly burned breading. Chips and dip consisted of a pile of...More
We stopped in for lunch to celebrate Valentine's and our anniversary. We were seated a nice comfy booth. We shared the brul'eed bone marrow. It was really good but not sure it is worth the $16 price tag. But I must say it's nice to...More
1st time here and nothing really stood out. I had a pickle chicken sandwich and it was good. Fries or a side is an extra charge. Nice selection of food items that had interesting flavor combinations (PBR mussels, duck poutine, etc) Drinks were fine but...More
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There are public parking garages in the area so you'd only have to walk a few blocks. I feel like that's the least stressful approach. Metered street parking (2 hour meters) is available, but it can be a super busy area so... More
There are public parking garages in the area so you'd only have to walk a few blocks. I feel like that's the least stressful approach. Metered street parking (2 hour meters) is available, but it can be a super busy area so you'd have to get lucky. There's a website for the general Larimer Square area which gives tips for parking (TripAdvisor blocks you from posting website links so just do a Bing/Google search for Larimer Square parking).
there is an outdoor seating area in front of restaurant - it is in full sun most of day - so in summer heat, not an option for our furry friends but I'd assume this establishment to be dog-friendly...if not it pretty much... More
there is an outdoor seating area in front of restaurant - it is in full sun most of day - so in summer heat, not an option for our furry friends but I'd assume this establishment to be dog-friendly...if not it pretty much blows this place's positive vibe...
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