Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Solid Pub Fare: Public House

Sometimes all you want is bar food, and, when that bar food is has some British flair, you have...pub fare!  Public House at The Venetian fulfills all your hangover needs deliciously and with style.
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Want to drink some more?  More beer and wine than you can shake a stick at!

Poutine -- French fries, braised oxtail, cheese curd, gravy, fried egg ($12.50).
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Best thing we had during the meal.  Golden, fried, meaty, cheesy, eggy heaven.

Pork belly, baguette, apple-fennel slaw, cider aioli, fries ($14).
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This reminded me a little of po' boys at Parkway Bakery (even though it was a different meat), and you know that we loved those po' boys.  Loved.  Really awesome sandwich.

Buttermilk fried quail, waffle, bacon-braised Swiss chard, "moose drool" maple glaze ($26).
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The quail was delectable.  The Swiss chard was fantastic.  The waffles sucked.  Unfortunate.

Quality meal for a decent price.  Solid and good for groups!  Woohoo!

Bonus pic.
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The flowers between The Venetian and The Palazzo are always gorgeous.

And that was our March Madness weekend (of eating).


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