Dining in the Glebe: Pubs and Pizzerias serving up grub, suds and good old times

March 19, 2021 | by glebeadmin

"Hockey is in full swing, March Madness kicks off this week and the Toronto Raptors are fighting for a playoff spot. Sounds like you’ll be spending some time at the pub. While Ottawa is in a red zone, you can still catch the game at the bar with your pals. Read below to find out who’s open and show up for puck drop or tip off.

Anthony’s Wood Fired Pizza
753 Bank St.
(613) 695-8669

Authentic Italian pizza from Anthony’s always taste better directly from the wood-fired oven. The dining room is back open with your faves ready to go: Quattro Stagione, Ortolano Diavola with hot peppers and mozza and more.

Banditos Ottawa
683 Bank Street
613-565-366 or info@banditosottawa.com

You’re already addicted to Bandtos’ tacos and margs and now they’ve introduced ridiculously-delicious smash burgers. Dine in and taste their new American Burger with house-smoked bacon, American cheese, all the fixings finished with their house maple siracha mayo! Pair it with Jerk fries and make sure you have time for a nap afterwards. Open for dine in and takeout from Tuesday to Saturday from 4-9 p.m.

Boston Pizza the Glebe
640 Bank St.
(613) 680-6969

Pizza night is always the best night and Boston Pizza is back open in the Glebe. Order your faves like the Boston Brute, the Spicy Perogy Pizza or a range of burgers, wings and sandwiches. Delivery also available through Uber Eats, Skip the Dishes, Door Dash and Foodora.

Clocktower Brewpub
578 Bank Street
613-233-7849

With the NHL in full swing, you now have the perfect pub to catch at the Sens games. Clocktower Brewpub will have all your pub favourites ready in time for puck drop. Burgers, wings, nachos…the entire starting lineup.

CRAFT Beer Market
979 Bank Street
(613) 422-7238

If you’ve missed wing night, or tacos, burgers and craft beer, then you’ll be happy to know that the dining room at CRAFT Beer Market is back open. The Glebe eatery is offering everything from burgers and tacos to nachos and their famous wings.

Irene’s Pub
885 Bank St
(613) 230-4474

How badly have you been missing live music. Irene’s is bringing it all back with limited capacity live shows from their Bank Street bar. Take in some local tunes while eating some of the best pub food you can find around – from burgers and fish and chips to tacos, nachos and wings.  The Glebe just isn’t the same without Irene’s in full swing.

Crust and Crate
325 Marché Way
(613) 234-5959

Forget cooking tonight and let Crust and Crate fill your belly with pizza goodness.  The Lansdowne pizzeria is firing up flash fired pies from their wood-fired oven for you to enjoy in their dining room or at home. Choose from classics like Fredo Corleone and the Quattro Stagioni or get a bit wild with their Pomme de Terre pizza featuring white sauce, mini Potatoes, mushrooms, roasted garlic, thyme, rosemary, goat Cheese and Truffle Oil.

Glebe Central Pub
779 Bank Street
613-235-2624

Finally, you can slide back up to your favourite spot at the Glebe’s iconic Central Pub for beers, burgers and buddies. The pub is offering its full menu and is bringing back its famous weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Stop in for a pint or a bite and say hi to your old crew. They’ve missed you as much as you’ve missed them.

"Score Pizza
852 Bank Street
(613) 232-1200

Score Pizza is back open for indoor dining at their new pie shop on Bank Street. Have you been craving one of their signature pies? like the Great White or the Hot & Spicy? Grab a table or order a pie for take out or delivery.

Isabella Pizza
118 Isabella St
(613) 565-0200

Like always, the pizza is always fresh from Isabella Pizza. Order for delivery or eat a slice in the dining room. Chow down on a classic pep and mush or a Canadian pie, or go for one of their specialties, like the Brazilian or the Thai Pizza. Pick up and delivery available.

Local Public Eatery
825 Exhibition Way
(613) 233-3772

Another pub to catch the game is never a bad thing in the Glebe. Local Public Eatery is back open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch at Lansdowne and with the NHL’s North division heating up, you’re going to want to have a place to catch the Battle of Ontario with your buds. The place has plenty of TVs so you’ll never miss a play. Beers, burgers and buddies. Local is back open.