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Prohibition Gastrohouse Restaurant Review: While Prohibition Gastrohouse places a strong focus on premium beers, spirits and wines at the bar, the food is more than a complement to the libations. After ordering a drink, score some fresh oysters, courtesy of an on-site pop-up of Rodney’s Oyster House. The space is nicely divided up so that diners can have a quieter meal, take in televised sports at the bar, or pause for a game of pool. The menu is quite extensive, with everything from upscale fries and mac ‘n’ cheese to lamb shank or a 12-ounce steak served with a half-pound of garlicky sautéed shrimp. Large salads are a meal in themselves. Then again, the pulled pork sandwich and bison burger are on hand to satisfy heartier appetites. Weekend brunch offers many regular menu items, with the addition of “Benny Canard” (duck) and a massive burrito stuffed with all the fixings. A scaled-down, late-night menu is available everyday as well. Plus, a daily "Hooch Hour" has items with reduced prices between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m., and again from 10 p.m. until midnight.