Food & Drink
Down in Ottawa, we like to refer to this time of the year as six-one-three season, or “61threeson.” You know what I’m talking about: it’s the time of year just after the tulips close, and summer hasn’t quite happened, but it’s warm and the city has awoken to a deluge of events, events, events.
Apt613’s resident chef Sarp Kizir is sharing these recipes all summer.
Watch out Ottawa, it’s time for Canada’s biggest marathon weekend. Whether this means you’re running, cheering or navigating road closures, the city comes alive with runners from around the world. Enjoy the atmosphere, not to mention everything else happening this jam-packed weekend!
Apt613’s resident chef Sarp Kizir is back with a whole damn fest for Foodie Friday.
Brewery Market returns to Hintonburg Park with their season opener on Saturday May 26.
It is time to rejoice, we’ve a long weekend ahead! A whole extra day to get out and enjoy what this fine city has to offer! This weekend there is a ton of stuff going on, so we might as well get to it.
La Catrina Churros is celebrating their first anniversary with music, art and churros.
Foodie Friday: Apt613’s summer recipe column is back feat. Sarp Kizir for 2018—Recipe for Steak au Poivre
In the first of a summer series, Apt613’s chef Sarp Kizir shares his recipe for steak au poivre with a $12 wine from the LCBO.
If you’ve gone out for dinner in Ottawa sometime in the past two years, you’ve probably seen the Mealshare symbol on a menu. The Canadian charity operates in seven cities with a mission to end child hunger.
Local band Amos the Transparent is celebrating a decade as a band by releasing a new album: Anniversaries. Ten years as a band is an impressive feat, one that deserves a befitting celebration – like getting their own beer. The band is teaming up with Big Rig Brewery to release Amos Anniversaries beer.
Amber Westfall is an herbalist, forager, and teacher. She offers plant walks and workshops for everyone, and has a young herbalist apprenticeship program for children.
With May just around the corner, the weather has warmed from the snow and ice of a few short weeks ago and we can finally pack away our winter jackets. Going outside has become a whole lot more hospitable – and just in time, as there is plenty to get out and do this weekend in Ottawa!
The only thing spookier than Friday the 13th is snow in the forecast for mid-April, both of which are things we have to look forward to this weekend. Have no fear, though, because your guide to the weekend is full of hot coffee, cold beer and cool shows.
A local, family-owned coffee shop celebrates its new location inside the National Arts Centre with free all-day coffee and a performance by DJ Trevor Walker.
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.