Patty's Pub is a local pub in old Ottawa South, specializing in micro brewed beers and fresh innovative pub food. The menu changes seasonally for more variety and a chance to taste the chefs creative offerings.
Established in 1973
The first Irish pub in ottawa.
Ottawa is flush with Celtic-flavored pubs, but they are not all alike. Patty's Pub, an Irish restaurant and bar located on Bank and Ossington, just south of the Glebe, is a little different than the others. Good service, delicious and unique food and a comfortable atmosphere distinguish Patty's from the rest.
This is one of those places that I can't get enough of. I always have a good time here. The staff now even recognizes me and that always feels good. Great food and service, for sure!
I like this place. It's got a warm feeling, wood swivel chairs along the bar,
and quaint furniture on the sit down side.
1/2 price wing night (twice a week) is what usually draws me in, along with
Kilkenney cream ale on draft - my ideal "wing beer".
The wings are pretty good - the price is just a bonus.
Generally service is great here, unless you get the server who in recent visits has seemed... more
If I could get a degree in drinking from this place..I'd have it in the 14 years I've been coming here. Also the local watering hole to all the students that live on residence at nearby Carleton University! What keeps suckering me into it now is the half-price wing-night Mon-Wed (or is it Mon-Tues?). Classic Irish bar with a great beer selection and traditional Irish pub food. The food isn't... more
Been coming here on and off for a few years... since I keep going back it must be an A OK place. My teammates and I go every Monday during volleyball season in the Summer (which has just come to an end) - they support our team by providing a discount on our team's purchases so that we can hopefully have a team dinner for next to free (we spend a pretty good amount over the Summer). The servers... more