Food & Drink
The bad news: November has arrived. The warmth of summer has fallen away with the leaves on the trees and November’s chill and rain are setting in like damp socks on cold feet. The good news: the weekend has arrived. The weather may be less than favourable, but there is still a ton to enjoy on this wonderful break from the work week.
Market Organics in-house chef creates seasonal, no-waste meals to meet customer needs.
October 25th will mark the 17th iteration of Soup Ottawa, a volunteer-driven experiment in civic engagement that mixes micro-funding with direct democracy.
Using local products, North of 7 Distillery has developed unique local spirits. Visit them in store or at the Whiskey Ottawa Festival on October 20.
We know of some pretty rad foodies using IG in Ottawa.
Ask any crew member of 613TV what we talk about the most, and they’ll tell you, it’s food.
Lamenting the end of summer? This weekend goes to show that fall is just as fun!
Beechwood was open to pedestrians Saturday September 8 for the third annual East Feast street fair festival.
Mike George found his second career almost by accident. The former Canadian Armed Forces member wasn’t looking to start a business selling olive oil and balsamic vinegar, but nearly two years later, he’s getting ready to open the bricks-and-mortar location of Aurelius Food Co. in the heart of Wellington West.
The season’s wind down is upon us and the days are growing shorter. Thankfully for all, this holiday weekend is a day longer than typical and we can enjoy another late summer’s night.
New patios, old patios and patios soon to come. Whether a uniquely Ottawa-scene or just an aspect of the summer we appreciate, drinking outside is just the best.
Four hours and five burritos later, who did Apt613’s contributor crown as the best burrito in Ottawa?
Read on to see where you’ll find us this summer, and let us know where we should go next!
Ottawa’s favourite bao cart is preparing to open the doors of a brand-new kitchen at Bank and Gilmour.
A dollar from every sale of DCBC’s Buck-A-Beer blonde ale will be donated to local refugee services.