Prohibition Gastrohouse696 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1G9
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Three words: duck fat fries. We guarantee poutine fans will taste the difference with the crispy gourmet spuds at this Leslieville gastropub. The menu delivers three gourmet poutine varieties: chili cheese; redneck poutine, made with lamb confit, goat cheese, tater tots and truffle oil; and a Gastrohouse poutine made with duck confit. Want to pair your poutine with discounted booze? Visit during hooch hour (5 to 7 p.m. and 10 to 11 p.m. daily) to enjoy high-end liquor, house wines and draught beers for just $5.09.
Self-proclaimed and heralded by many as the best mac 'n' cheese in Toronto, Prohibition Gastrohouse uses a grocery list of ingredients including 10-year organic Canadian cheddar, l'ermite bleu, boschetto al tartufo, and black truffles. Riffing off the classic breadcrumb topping, this east-end spot opts to create a sinful jalapeño-cheddar biscuit crust. The dish is so well-known and requested that Prohibition conceded to including it on all four of its menus — including brunch.
This popular Leslieville haunt offers an after work and late night Hooch Hour between 4 and 7 p.m. every day of the week (yes, even weekends). Pay just $5 for pints, house wine and premium sprits and you’ll have enough cash left over to sample some of the upscale pub grub on the menu. Bonus: party shots of Jack Daniels or Jägermeister are less than $2.50 all day, every day.