Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen

Aside from the epic food, you need to come to Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen just for the atmosphere. The restaurant exists inside a huge historic building constructed in 1883 as a private home (which later housed the Masons, societal clubs, flea markets, and possibly even a brothel!) Before it became Euclid Hall Bar & Kitchen, the building housed another bar—Soapy Smith’s Double Eagle Bar, named after a con man and local personality. Today, Euclid Hall is a monument to the American tavern, but we have to say…this is the fanciest tavern food we have ever had! And the fries!…Our mouths are watering just thinking about them! If you have yet to try Poutine before, Euclid Hall is happy to introduce you. Poutine is a Canadian dish made with duck confit and fries, smothered with black pepper gravy; but, Poutine isn’t the only epic way these guys dish out their friends…our favorite was the Caritas Papas Frites. YUM!