Monday, October 25, 2010

The Snug Pub, Ottawa, ON

I headed to Byward Market for supper.

The market is Canada's oldest continuously operating farmers' market, regulated by the City of Ottawa's Markets Management group, which also operates the smaller westend Parkdale Market. The market building is open year-round, and open-air stalls are operated in the warmer months offering fresh produce and flowers.

I wandered around deciding where I wanted to eat.

I was in the mood for a pub so stopped at the Snug Pub, which is connected to the Heart & Crown.

I ordered the "flash-fried" wings with medium sauce and fries ... and of course, a Keith's.

The wings were good ... they had a smoky taste. There was lots of sauce on them. The fries were good too. It's too bad they make you order a full order of fries rather than a side order because I left most of them (there were too many).

Natasha was my server and she took good care of me.

Heart & Crown Pub on Urbanspoon

3 comments:

Fleur de Lisa said...

I love farmer's markets, but most of them get closed down in the fall around here. :-(

Tatiana said...

That does look like a lot of fries. Wings sound great though, now I'm craving some.

Anonymous said...

Where was your wife??