Is Ottawa Canada’s capital of Middle Eastern food? I’m not 100% sure, but I can’t think of another city in the country that is so well-supplied with such a variety and a sheer number of Middle Eastern restaurants.
Food & Drink
This Saturday, October 1, Flora Hall Brewing celebrates their fifth anniversary with Flora Fest 5. From noon to close the brewpub will celebrate a half-decade in business with five new beer releases and live music from Funk-A-Tron 5000.
Cheerfully Made Goods + Markets presents their fall craft market on Sept. 24-25 at the Bell Sensplex, where over 100 small Canadian businesses will show off their handcrafted goods to the public.
Serving up scrumptious “croffles,” coffee, and teas, Sharpfle Waffle is currently one of Hintonburg’s best kept secrets.
“Bao means ‘treasure’ or ‘precious’ in Chinese, so Bao Bao translates to precious treasure,” says Shini Ko, farmer and owner of Bao Bao Farm, a small-scale ecological farm in Perth specializing in Asian vegetables. The new business was founded on Ko’s heritage and traditions. “I designed the logo myself. I didn’t have the budget to […]
When options are limited, build your own. That’s what executive chef and co-founder of Keepin’ It Vegan Jordan Pett did with her mother when they started a vegan bakery and eatery after Pett’s son was born with a dairy allergy.
Founded by Lara Hyomin Kang, Cho’s BBQ offers delicious traditional Korean BBQ meal kits that give busy home cooks easy-to-make Korean staples.
Nestled behind beloved Beechwood Village food purveyor Red Door Provisions, mobile ice cream and coffee truck Iris is your next food crush. With a massive treat menu and service from four kind souls, 613 summers just got better.
Sometimes a business picks a new location, and sometimes a location picks a new business. And in the case of the businesses at the corner of Howe and Britannia, it seems like the location has been doing all the picking.
The beloved brunch spot near Parc Moussette and the Ottawa River will close forever after this weekend.
Foodsharing Ottawa is a volunteer-run organization that works with local businesses and grocery stores to arrange pick-ups and drop-offs of extra food for charities and people in need.
Family-owned to this day, Saunders Farm works tirelessly to bring new entertainment to adults and kids alike year-round, always adding more fun experiences. Case in point, this year marks the first anniversary of Saunders Cider!
This year marks the 10th birthday of Hummingbird Chocolate! Started by two local entrepreneurs, the chocolate craft has grown from a tiny artisan production into a world-recognized, award-winning company.
Lil Z’s, the newest addition to the city’s pizza scene, opened only a month ago and is already receiving praise.
Westboro’s Lexington Smokehouse has been delighting its customers with its upscale barbecue fare for the past four years and has now opened up a new location in the heart of the ByWard Market on Clarence Street, one of the busiest blocks in the city.