Hidden Harvest Ottawa is the winner of the Ottawa Social Impact Awards in the Social Enterprise category. In 2017, with a veritable army of 400 volunteers, they were able to harvest more than 200 trees and rescue more than 6,400 pounds of fresh, local fruit from going to waste.
The Society of Beer Drinking Ladies is bringing their extremely popular Bevy beer event here to Ottawa on April 14th at the Allsaints Event Space.
On Monday March 26, Soup Ottawa will be holding their first event of 2018 at Impact Hub Ottawa where for only $10, you get a bowl of soup and a vote towards your favourite community project.
With the opening of its flagship store, Little Victories looks to become the independent café Ottawans turn to for specialty coffee.
ByWard Vista Social Club continues March 15, 22, and 29, from 7pm to close at Copper Spirits + Sights (325 Dalhousie St) in the Andaz Ottawa Hotel rooftop lounge. No cover.
Their Summer CSA program runs from June to October, with pick-ups in Hintonburg, Aylmer and on their farm which is about an hour outside Ottawa.
Happy Goat is now serving fresh coffee, Maverick’s donuts, and Sloane tea from its new Golden Triangle location.
Indulge Ottawa is hosting their annual soiree at Sala San Marco on March 2 to raise awareness and funds for Greater Ottawa’s chapter of Special Olympics Ontario.
Congratulations to the winners! That was one heck of a tasty way to spend a chilly Friday afternoon.
The first beer out of the gate will be Ninho do Corvo, a robust coconut porter designed as a collab with Brazil’s Weird Barrel.
Join us as we check out some of the best ramen Ottawa has to offer. We eat, we meet chefs, we have a good time. It’s the pilot episode for a web series on 613TV, our blog’s newly minted YouTube channel.
Carleton Place craft brewery forced to redesign its label after the LCBO pulls Dr. Feelgood IPA from the shelves
The LCBO pulled Dr. Feelgood IPA after accepting a large order of cans and selling Stalwart’s beer for one (!) day.
It’s been a wild year, and the industry shows no sign of slowing down.
Whether that’s a rare vintage gift or an inexpensive VQA you buy at the grocery store… doesn’t matter. You do you.
Think local, drink local: Smiths Falls opens its first microbrewery, 4 Degrees Brewing Company.