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Restaurant type

  • Bar,

Cuisine type

  • Mexican,

Dishes

  • Tacos,
  • Mexican,

Atmosphere

  • Casual,

Products and Services

  • Mexican Restaurant,

Specialties

  • Tacos,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
Location
121 Clarence St, Ottawa, ON K1N 5P5
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Kitchen Open Until Midnight
Friday&Saturday
Kitchen Open Until Midnight
Friday&Saturday
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Rates:

  • $11 To $25,

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Sophisticated bars for a craft cocktail in Ottawa

Sophisticated bars for a craft cocktail in Ottawa

Mexican restaurants rarely spring to mind when you’re looking for craft cocktails with a quirky twist, but Ace Mercado isn’t your standard burrito bar. Sure, there’s sangria blanco on the menu, but here it’s made with elderflower liqueur and ginger beer. For something that’s a little off the wall, try the Quebexicano, a French-Canadian inspired blend of vodka, green apple, maple syrup, lemon, bitters and sparkling wine. Menu items range from scallop ceviche accented with hibiscus and passion fruit to a flaming tortilla soup with liquid nitrogen popcorn.

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Size matters: Best small plates in Ottawa

Size matters: Best small plates in Ottawa

One of Bytown’s trendiest spots, Ace Mercado seems more club than eatery after about 8 pm, when a boisterous crowd packs the bar for push-the-envelope cocktails and the music booms. But when Rene Rodriguez, who won Top Chef Canada in 2014, has a hand in the menu, you can be sure the kitchen is more than accomplished. Among small plate gems are tuna tostadas, scallop ceviche with passion fruit and smoked hibiscus salt, and chicken tamales. Mexican Day of the Dead decor is everywhere, right down to the napkins. The patio helps you escape the buzz, if you must.

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