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Cathedral Social Hall: Pub Fare in Saskatoon

Diana Chan June 25, 2018 Pub/Bar, Saskatoon

Cathedral Social Hall in Saskatoon serves up elevated Saskatchewan Pub classics. There are 30 beers on tap with a variety of local beers, Canadian beers, and International beers. As its located right in the heart of Downtown Saskatoon, it’s close to all the popular spots along the river. I wanted to try out some Saskatchewan beers all in one spot, have a quick bite and watch the game.

Interior

The big feature inside is their bar with all the beers listen on the wall and all the taps. There are also lots of long tables and a patio to suit small to really large groups. It makes it a perfect venue for

Drinks Menu

Beer Flight

I got a flight with all Saskatchewan beers – Crossmount Apple Cider, Great Western Radler, Great Western Prairie White, and Rebellion Lentil Cream. I went with lighter beers and I am not as keen on hoppy beers.

Salt and Pepper Wings

To pair with beer, what better item to have than salt and pepper wings. It was beautifully fried with a crispy exterior and the right ration of salt and pepper so it isn’t too salty.

Social Salad

If you are looking for something a little more healthy, they have salad. This particular salad comes in 2 sizes and my friend went with the smaller option as we have been eating all day. It has greens, radishes, tomatoes, goat cheese, cucumber, Saskatoon berries, and a vinaigrette.

Dessert in a Jar

Now this is one massive dessert. It has chocolate stout cake, chocolate sauce, bananas, sponge toffee, ice cream, and berries. You’ll definitely want to share this big dessert.

Final Thoughts

Overall, it was a good place for drinks and pub fare that showcases Saskatchewan produce where possible. It’s a good place to watch the game too.

Address:
608 Spadina Crescent E, Saskatoon, SK

Website:
http://www.cathedralsocialhall.com

About The Author

Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

1 Comment

  1. Kevin Horner June 25, 2018 at 6:58 pm

    Why does anyone order wine they don’t know the vintage of?

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