Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Libertine Public House


lib·er·tine noun \ ˈli-bər-ˌtēn \

1: a freethinker 
2: a person who is unrestrained by convention or morality; specifically : one leading a self-indulgent life
3: seeking only life’s simple pleasures


It’s a Calgary ritual as ingrained as the Stampede: the race to nab a patio table on a hot summer day.

With the opening of Libertine Public House, there’s one more go-to patio to add to our list. The Stephen Avenue pub is an airy, two-level space with large booths, exposed wood beams and a small patio ideal for people-watching.

Stop in for a microbrew pint (from $7.25) or wine by the glass (from $8.50), or settle in for a delicious flatbread combo like the Stout BBQ ($13), a charcuterie beer board ($19) or a wild boar burger on a pretzel bun ($16).

Libertine Public House
223 8th Avenue S.W.

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