On December 2, Beyond the Pale Brewing will mark its 5th anniversary with an epic, yet refined, party at the National Gallery of Canada.
On the last Sunday of every month, Andaz Ottawa’s rooftop lounge transforms into a brunch lover’s dream.
Looking to get your matcha fix? We’ve rounded up some of the best matcha in the city!
Great Canadian Theatre Company has partnered with six chefs to present a pop-up restaurant for one night in the run of each play this season.
The ByWard Market is celebrating fall with a number of activities, including the second annual Sausage Fest, an outdoor movie screening of Hocus Pocus and a free shuttle to Gatineau Park.
Feast + Revel’s chef La Salle is revelling in the bounty that Ontario farms and orchards have to offer, if their fall menu is any indication. It’s a feast for the mouth and the senses alike.
The Ottawa Public Library’s food literacy project, à la carte, is hosting three authors in conjunction with the Ottawa International Writers Festival.
An announcement made today says the new store will open late this fall.
There’s been a mini-boom of health-forward, salad-focused places in recent years. Now Mad Radish joins the fray with a menu full of creative and crispy offerings to satisfy your crunchy veggie cravings.
Ottawa’s favourite ice cream truck is now dishing out its mouthwatering frozen custard from the cutest little shop in Hintonburg.
We asked our contributors for their favourite food trucks and their answers did not disappoint!
Brew Donkey brewery tours are well established here in the beer community and in the local tourism sector. It’s a great concept, get on a classic yellow school bus to learn about beer and then visit breweries to put that knowledge to practical use. But now, Brew Donkey has a brand new tour bus and needs your help to name it!
Vimy Brewing Company is one of the latest breweries to enter the booming bytown beer industry. And they have set their sights on offering something uniquely Canadian.
The idea behind one of Hintonburg’s newest food spots, The Bowl, is immediately intriguing: they make one dish. That’s it. You can get a drink or a side, but there’s only one main dish. No decision paralysis, no agonizing over a menu, just one option.
There aren’t a lot of ‘authentic’ Latin American restaurants in Ottawa and it might seem a bit daunting to explore a new place without knowing what to expect. This list is meant to be a sneak peek at what you might find at a few of Ottawa’s hidden gems. Or a guide in what to try first. Hopefully, you’ll feel more comfortable exploring something new this summer.