The covered, heated patio at Joe’s Italian Kitchen in Wellington Village is exactly as cozy as it looks.
Food & Drink
Gray Jay Hospitality celebrates the launch of its new location on 221 Echo Drive with a delightfully local menu featuring strong flavours and unique combinations of textures and tastes from acclaimed Chef Dominique Dufour.
Kimchi has seen a rise in popularity in recent years. Now Ottawans have a new source for fresh, authentic, locally handmade kimchi. Dr. Yoon, a retired Korean professor of nursing who moved to Ottawa from South Korea in 2018, has launched her own line of kimchi products.
The Art House Café is a perennial Somerset Street fave, and we love them even more now that we know they have a partially covered and heated patio that they plan to keep open for as long as possible into this cooler season.
EUFF is an annual event taking place in November of each year to feature the best of present-day cinema produced in the European Union.
Welcome to Pushing Patio Season, a new seasonal column to help Apt613 readers find amazing patios that stay open even when it’s a little cold or rainy. This week: outdoor dining at Chances R and Bar Lupulus.
If you’ve already tried the Momo Spot’s momos, then you’re in the know. The wrappers are the perfect thickness, the fillings are packed with flavour and the sauces make great momos ethereal. If you haven’t yet had a momo, what are you waiting for?
Kingston has a long history of beer brewing, going back to the 1790s. Today, Kingston is home to eight breweries and one cidery, all dedicated to honouring—and putting their own spin on—the Canadian craft brewing tradition. Explore the breweries, taprooms, and patios of Kingston, or take a guided tour of some of our favourites.
Pushing Patio Season is a new seasonal column to help Apt613 readers find amazing patios that stay open even when it’s a little cold or rainy. This week: Citizen and Das Lokal.
Welcome to Pushing Patio Season, a new seasonal column to help Apt613 readers find amazing patios that stay open even when it’s a little cold or rainy. We know many people aren’t ready to head back to indoor dining just yet, so once a week until the snow flies, we’ll recommend patios that are heated […]
Roughly one week ago, Ottawa’s newest steakhouse, Harmon’s, quietly opened its doors to the public. Although work on the restaurant remains unfinished, diners were invited to see, experience and taste what is complete, and the reviews so far are very positive. At the helm is chef de cuisine Michael Korn.
Ottawa Tourism designed a clever and fun plan to boost the economy for our hard-hit independent retail, hospitality, and restaurant sectors. We thought we’d come up with an experience to suggest for Apt613 readers.
For those who like a good brew and want to enjoy an outdoor and physically distanced drink session, a new mobile beer garden has arrived in Gatineau.
Learn about the new distillery Ogham Craft Spirits, which welcomed Apt613 into the facilities of the one-person operation for a tour and a tipple. The owner discusses their efforts finding local sources for every ingredient that goes into its spirits.
This year’s Feast of Fields event was a sold-out success, and a return to the event’s roots, bringing chefs, farmers and foodies together for a night of delicious bites.