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Centretown Pub

340 Somerset St W, Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0J9, Canada
+1 613-594-0233
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Good gay pub but quiet on Saturday afternoon

We have visited before but just thought I would review this pub for TripAdvisor. Saturday afternoon... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2016
Angus C
,
Cobourg, Canada
via mobile
Nice venue Indifferent staff

We Had a pints of beer each Seem like fun place nice venue but staff indifferent to customers. No... read more

Reviewed 13 October 2016
Denis B
,
Montreal, Canada
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13 Oct 2016
“Nice venue Indifferent staff ”
16 Oct 2016
“Good gay pub but quiet on Saturday afternoon ”
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340 Somerset St W, Ottawa, Ontario K2P 0J9, Canada
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+1 613-594-0233
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Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

We have visited before but just thought I would review this pub for TripAdvisor. Saturday afternoon quiet but sure much busier in the evening. Must return soon and test this theory. For the moment a good and quiet place to have a drink with friends...More

Thank Angus C
Reviewed 13 October 2016 via mobile

We Had a pints of beer each Seem like fun place nice venue but staff indifferent to customers. No interaction at all. Main bartender was ok iPhone all night

Thank Denis B
Reviewed 18 May 2015

Imagine during the Karaoke yesterday @ CENTER TOWN PUB, two guys were doing a blow job in front of people naked . I find it is very low class, we are there for singing , not to watch people having sex. Dan the barman told...More

6  Thank Stranger49
Reviewed 19 October 2014

I have gone to Centretown Pub since its opening night 30 years ago. I have liked its laid-back ambience. And most of the staff have been great. On Thursday night, however, I had an experience that has led me to decide not to return. I...More

7  Thank RobP234678
Reviewed 3 July 2013

Visiting for the first time finding this place on the gaycity app and found it to be very friendly. Barman had a great sense of humour and asked us about our home in the UK and offered advice on Ottawa. Even the obvious regulars joined...More

1  Thank Trev961
Reviewed 1 January 2013

If you hang out with gay friends or gay-wannabe friends or gay-friendly friends, this is the perfect place. You will feel slightly gay or even not at all: front terasse would be fun on summer, back terasse also if you want more intimacy. Look around...More

4  Thank Yosefindra
Reviewed 30 October 2011

If you're not a well known regular customer at CP, you'll feel like an extra terestrial. Staff people are like robots, they won't be friendly, they won't smile or make any eye contact, unless they know you for years... No wonder I was the only...More

7  Thank worldsocialguy
Reviewed 20 October 2008

A charming pub with pretty obvious cruising. This pub has all the qualities required to maintain a successful operation for years to come - provided that improvements are made to the washrooms, staff professionalism, and basement level (as a whole). The bar is becoming quite...More

6  Thank OttawaPuppy
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