How have local businesses been impacted by the lockdown, and by the movement to a phase that allows reopening? We spoke with the owners of three 613 businesses, each with their own unique situations. Today: The Art House Cafe.
“Although the risk remains low in Ottawa, we believe that this is in the best interest of everyone involved… in order to prevent any potential risk of transmission,” said the co-organizers in a written statement.
A surprising Facebook post says Bar Robo’s flagship location is closing on January 1st.
Ottawa’s morning commute is about to get a whole lot brighter.
The Neat Coffee Shop is located about 80km west of Ottawa. It might not be on the radar of the ordinary music-lover in Ottawa-Gatineau, but it probably should be.
Beginning with simple coffee and snacks, the café has now expanded with coffee expert Stevie Pan at the helm. Black Squirrel now holds a liquor licence and their menu is expanding with a new kitchen in place.
Many Ottawa staples will be on site but the complete list of vendors includes range of must-try local roasters.
With rustic charm and a comforting menu, this couple’s restaurant in The Glebe feels like a natural fit for the neighbourhood.
Oat Couture’s attention to detail, welcoming atmosphere, and ambitious run as Canada’s first oatmeal café might just make it a staple of your morning routine.
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.
With the opening of its flagship store, Little Victories looks to become the independent café Ottawans turn to for specialty coffee.
Happy Goat is now serving fresh coffee, Maverick’s donuts, and Sloane tea from its new Golden Triangle location.
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Art House Café has quickly earned a positive rep as a solid new go-to for community, culture and more. Inside, bright lights adorn each wall compelling you to explore the dozens of artistic treasures inside. Every carefully selected piece hails from a local creative professional living and working in the 613.
It’s a good thing Uji Café looks ready for Ottawa, since Ottawa seems more than ready for it.