Prohibition Gastrohouse

Now well established in the Riverdale area, Prohibition Gastrohouse brought some much needed life to a otherwise sketchy corner of Queen Street and Broadview Avenue. Surrounded by long term, well known establishments such as Dangerous Dan’s and The Real Jerk, Prohibition has made a name for itself by offering a wide selection of local, import and micro brews on tap, accompanied by a solid breakfast, lunch and dinner menu offering a wide range of creative and unique dishes for your tasting pleasure.

Owners bypass the “Happy Hour” red tape and offer “Hooch” hours at certain times in the day offering drinks at discount prices. Hooch hour applies to most draft beers and making it worth your while, especially if you’re a fan of  the good stuff such as Delirium, which can usually run you $7.00 to $8.00 at regular prices.

I’ve had a number of items off the menu and I haven’t been disappointed yet. Naga Ghost Chicken Drummies are my go-to item - I’ve never had a bad batch or one that didn’t leave my mouth on fire.

The website is simple and fairly bare, with only a map of their location and contact information. Menu has yet to be posted so you’ll just have to go in blind and experience it for yourself.

Prohibition Gastrohouse

696 Queen Street East

Toronto, Ontario


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