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Sir John A Pub

A popular Ottawa pub named after a Canadian historical figure, offering drinks, food, and a lively atmosphere for locals and visitors.

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Just a stone’s throw away from the bustling ByWard Market and packed Bank Street lies Elgin Street, the home of some of Ottawa’s most storied drinking holes. Filled with many classic British pubs and trendy eateries, this laid-back street is still in the heart of the action, yet feels far off the beaten tourist path. Popular pubs along the route include Sir John A, Lieutenant’s Pump, and Deacon Brodies.

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