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Regina has its fair share of pubs, from cozy brewpubs to lively bars. We have your ultimate guide for a night out right here, so read on and drink up!
Located in Regina’s Old Warehouse District, Bushwakker Brewing is a popular local brewpub offering casual pub food in a charming setting. Bushwakker is a beer lover’s paradise, with nine flagship brews on tap, along with two guest draughts and a rotating tap of special import draught year round. The food is no slouch either, so pair your pint with Regina’s signature deep-dish pizza.
For a drink after work, head to Beer Bros. Gastropub & Deli, a casual yet sophisticated downtown spot. With over 100 beers from around the world, Beer Bros. is known for serving hearty gourmet dishes inspired by its unique brews. Guests can sip a pint in the main dining area at the beer bar or enjoy the outdoor patio.
Whether you visit the original Leopold’s Tavern in the heart of the cathedral village or stop by the second Leo’s in the East End, you’re sure to have a memorable evening! From the charming, quirky décor to the great beer selection, Leopold’s Tavern has the lively, cozy atmosphere of a neighbourhood pub. Their menu features unique takes on comfort food, such as the mason jar sundae: a confection of pulled pork or mac and cheese layered with corn bread, coleslaw and baked beans, topped with a fried pickle.
Started by the same minds behind Leopold’s Tavern, Victoria’s is a classic tavern with the same fun atmosphere, along with an upgraded menu for the downtown crowd. With sophisticated décor to match the mid-1920s era building, Victoria’s features signature cocktails as well as fun and hearty sharing plates. Bring some friends to tackle the meat plank, a charcuterie platter heaped with corned beef, sauerkraut, sausages, back ribs, beef jerky and wings.
Birmingham’s Vodka & Ale House is true to its name, serving over 100 kinds of vodka, and 20 different brands of draught beer. For a unique experience, reserve a self-pouring draught table, which allows guests to pour their own pint using commercial grade technology right at the table. Looking for a bite to go with your brew? Sample the taco cupcakes, served in mini wonton baskets with all the classic fillings.