“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 […]
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.
The beloved brunch spot near Parc Moussette and the Ottawa River will close forever after this weekend.
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.
Oats… in ice cream? You bet. Oat & Mill’s vegan oat-based ice cream, created by Candace Tierney, is available all over Ottawa.
Welcome to your grandma’s living room. This is Nan’s Parlour, a new concept bar and restaurant in the Byward Market, right by the Heart & Crown on Clarence street.
Orléans, give a warm welcome to Brine & Grill, your newest smoking hot barbecue place where everything is good, seriously.
Le Poisson Bleu opened in February with a seafood-focused menu, and brothers Alex and Eric Bimm and their cousin Sophie Velour at the helm.
La Terrasse at the Fairmont Château Laurier has reopened for the summer season.
This just in: Dessert First, a new boutique bakery at Somerset and Bay, is the next Centretown gem. After passing through a cozy patio overlooking Dundonald Park, you’re greeted by lovely daffodil wallpaper, gorgeous tiny hanging plants in a large bright window, a scintillating centrepiece display stocked with lavish handmade treats, open kitchen aromas, and smiling, welcoming staff.
Vegans Who Snack food festival is bringing 40 local chefs and businesses to Parkdale Market—June 3, 2022
Inspired by the Parkdale Night Market and Ottawa Markets, Little Jo Berry’s owner Josephine Masterson has another fun new experience for the 613: The Vegans Who Snack Festival, bringing about 40 local businesses together to celebrate community and snacking on June 3, 2022, from 5–9pm.
I’m sure many of us have a childhood attachment to fast-food burger joints: the cardboard packaging, the smell of french fries, and the root beer floats. The team at Gitanes, a fine-dining French restaurant on Elgin Street, decided to recreate this childhood nostalgia centred around the concept of McDonald’s and elevate it into a trendy destination.
Parle began in the early days of the pandemic as a venture called Viet Fresh by owner David Wen, but operated under an umbrella business called Casper Kitchen. With the shutdowns and periodic indoor dining restrictions over the past two years, the Casper Kitchen brand has been able to enjoy massive success due to its delivery-focused model, which allowed Viet Fresh to “go solo” and open their own dine-in location, Parle.
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In their sixth year, Little Jo Berry’s (LJB) bakery is evolving again with a fresh batch of new ideas for Ottawa. Owner Josephine Masterson (the “Jo” of Little Jo Berry), co-creator of Bike Yeah, the upcoming Vegans Who Snack Food Festival, and monthly dinner pop-ups, where another caring business takes over their kitchen, is innovating once again with a new product line and shopping experience.