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Welcome to The Parliament Pub

Parliament Pub, where the real work of Parliament gets done.

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Located directly opposite the Peace Tower on Wellington St. with another entrance at 101 Sparks St., the Parliament Pub is an inviting spot for lunch and dinner where good food, fine beverages, and good conversation are sure to be had. The Pub serves great sandwiches, wraps, creative salads; home made soup, pizza, quiche and pasta specials - made fresh daily “in house”.


Our amusingly scripted menu items are named after Canadian Cabinet Ministers, Party Leaders, and other Members of Parliament.

For example there is our Jack Layton and Olivia Chow Roasted Eggplant and Brie Pannini,” or “Stephen Harper’s Pepperoni Pizza.”

The Pub also has a fine selection of beers on tap. And don't forget! We now offer free Wi-Fi for all our customers!

The Hill and the Sparks Street crowd love it and as a result the Pub has built a great reputation for its food, beverages and friendly service.

The Parliament Pub has a unique Ottawa atmosphere. In addition to its warm décor, the Parliament Pub displays a large selection of MP caricatures drawn by our resident artist, M. Eugene Bellemare.
(formerly MP for Ottawa-Orleans)

Don't miss our politically themed photographs as taken by Mr. Trudeau’s personal photographer, Jean-Marc Carisse.


Canada's Best Patios?
Globe and Mail reports!

And don't miss our new and improved Menu. We've also added some pictures of Jean Chretien and Elizabeth May to our gallery.

Review - Ottawa Citizen
If you want to run into some politicians or their staff, journalists or senior bureaucrats, drop by the Parliament Pub, located directly across the street from Parliament Hill. You can enter via Wellington Street or through 101 Sparks Street. The day we attended, former Prime Minister Joe Clark was having lunch with four of his caucus members. The day before that, Preston Manning was having his "last lunch," so to speak, as a Member of Parliament.
The Parliament Pub is obviously popular with Hill types and civil servants alike who seem to enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, cozy wingback chairs and pub fare with a flare. The owners obviously have a sense of humor about the place, with every menu item being named after a Minister, Member of Parliament or political party... - Ottawa Citizen   more...




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