Ottawa Symphony Orchestra Dinner Salon The Ottawa Symphony presents an intimate evening of lavish fine dining and music at Dinner Salon. Hosted at Ottawa’s exclusive Signatures Restaurant, guests will enjoy convivial company and music by Ottawa Symphony players, a complimentary Signature’s cocktail, a unique four-course culinary experience, as well as a silent auction—all in the company of music lovers, […]
Our festival is an opportunity to experience a piece of Mexico in the heart of Canada. We wish to provide the people of Ottawa with an authentic taste of this captivating celebration that is the Day of the Dead for years to come. Participate in a variety of family-friendly activities such as: Mariachi performances Mexican […]
Ten tasty and useful gifts for the foodies on your list, all available locally.
Chef’s Plate, a food delivery service originating in Toronto, brings together farm-fresh ingredients and simple recipes to create delicious meals at home.
Ottawa Cooks has been a long time coming – not only because it is the 7th book in Figure One Publishing’s “Canada Cooks” series, but also because the culinary scene in Ottawa is only now reaching its full potential.
Elliot is one of almost 500 Meals on Wheels volunteers who collectively donate around 2,000 hours of their time and deliver over 10,000 hot and frozen meals each month in Ottawa.
Fall is upon us and, believe it or not, so is prime time for farmers’ markets.
Veggie Drop will bring vegetables and other treats right to your door.
Three years ago, the United Nations declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses. To celebrate this initiative, the Canadian Agriculture and Food Museum has paired with Pulse Canada to showcase the versatile, healthful, yet oft-overlooked food group with Pulses: The Ideal Partner, an interactive travelling exhibition. Thursday, May 5 marked the Pulse Feast, where guests […]
The region we live in is incredible for food—we can find local vegetables, eggs, fruit, honey, grains, microgreens and so much more practically in our backyards. The local farmers and growers that provide Ottawa with all of this fresh, local produce is a very long list. When you add in the food makers—those chefs and […]
It took nearly two years but the Cauldron Kitchen is finally open for business. Ottawa’s first, ultra-flexible, totally shared commercial kitchen, targeted at Ottawa’s budding small-time foodie businesses in need of a place to prepare their goodies without violating health and safety laws, opened its doors last month. “What we discovered is that building a kitchen from […]
Alison Larabie Chase blogs about cooking and restaurants at This Dessert Life when she’s not herding cats, working in association communications, or traveling the world. A community cooking night. An apple festival. No less than three events involving local craft breweries. In case you hadn’t noticed, Support Local 2015 is focused primarily on facilitating discussions […]
Ottawa is a city rich in cultural diversity. If you need proof, look no further than the end of your fork. You want Thai? We’ve got Thai. You want Greek? Done. German? Indian? Japanese? There’s no limit. There is however the tricky question of finding authentic cuisine. One of the best ways to introduce yourself […]
Whoever first said “you can’t have too much of a good thing” might very well have been talking about tacos. I can’t say for certain but what is for sure is that if you’re a taco fan there’s a festival just for you. At the second annual Ottawa Taco Fest you can taste tacos from the city’s most […]
As someone who lives in Chinatown and loves to eat, I noticed with interest when I saw that a new restaurant was opening at the corner of Somerset and Arthur. Honey Town takes up the western end of the plaza that also houses Possible Worlds, the store and workshop space opened by Spins and Needles, […]