Food & Drink
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!
Sitar, danse, musique, et nourriture indienne seront au rendez-vous pour cette 6e édition du Festival de l’Inde d’Ottawa. Cet événement de trois jours débutera le vendredi 11 août et se terminera le dimanche 13 août en soirée. Il est prévu d’y voir des milliers de personnes pour célébrer la splendeur multiculturelle et le patrimoine de l’Inde.
Photographer Jen Bernard met with Juicehead founder Sean Norton for a photo series and to learn about what led him to make the change from government work to cold-pressed juices. Visit her site to see more of her work. There is no recipe to life; no simple straightforward way to succeed, and what is success anyways? […]
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!
TacoFest is back for another day of epic taco adventures (hellllo dessert tacos!) at the Shaw Centre this Saturday.
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.
Let us begin with a bit of good news: this weekend promises a little nugget of sunshine and a whole lotta great things going on to compensate for the rain drops and grey skies. From there, we jump head first into this weekend’s goings on.
Art House Café has quickly earned a positive rep as a solid new go-to for community, culture and more. Inside, bright lights adorn each wall compelling you to explore the dozens of artistic treasures inside. Every carefully selected piece hails from a local creative professional living and working in the 613.
Sky Lounge, one of Ottawa 2017’s signature events, is an exclusive culinary flight of fancy. With a cocktail and a dinner option, attendees enjoy fine dining prepared by Chef Stephen La Salle and his team from Andaz’s Feast+Revel restaurant as you float 150 feet above Ottawa.
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.
So you’ve hit the town (or the books) and you’re hungry for some late night eats. Don’t fret, our friends over at Bytown Bites have got ten places in Ottawa that’ll serve you up something delicious, no intoxication required.
Watch: Apt613 flew a drone around the massive farm silo murals which appeared in the NCR this year.