Some call the snowy spring days of late March and early April Ottawa’s third winter (followed closely by mud season), but I prefer to think of it as the sweetest time of year: maple syrup season!
Ottawa’s Almanac Urban Mill and Bakery is going strong one year into the grind. They have a bright, clean storefront now. But also, importantly, they have pizza.
If you’ve visited Dominion City or Bar Lupulus recently, you might have stumbled upon a noodle pop-up called Paper Tiger. If you’re still craving their ramen, luckily there’s no longer a need to wait for the next pop-up. Paper Tiger has now opened their own permanent location in Old Ottawa South, serving a variety of small bites, ramen, and craft cocktails with a focus on farm-fresh food.
Starling is a fitting name for the ByWard Market’s newest restaurant — lush blue velvet seating and birdcages replace the nautical theme of its predecessor, The Fish Market, symbolically and literally taking over the nest.
In April 2020, just after the start of the pandemic, Apt613 contributors created a gigantic roundup of local restaurants offering takeout while indoor dining was limited or prohibited. Nearly two years later, with indoor dining closed once again, we have updated the list and are once again urging readers to support their favourite places in this difficult time.
It’s the end of December when everything goes quiet, and many of us enjoy delicious seasonal treats. But if you’re in the mood to read about food, rather than just consuming it, we’ve compiled our top 5 most popular Foodie Friday posts of 2021 to whet your appetite and help you make plans for 2022. So grab a snack and see what made Apt613 readers the hungriest this year.
Chef Ric’s moved into the old Rideau Bakery and has expanded the Ottawa Mission’s Food Services Training Program to offer tasty meals from a storefront location.
Apartment613 braved the icy roads and took a tour by bike to hit up these coffee spots that are within walking, biking, or maybe even skiing distance of Gatineau Park
It’s Foodie Friday here on Apartment 613, so let’s talk today about delicious locally produced gifts of food and drink to give friends and family this holiday season.
The covered, heated patio at Joe’s Italian Kitchen in Wellington Village is exactly as cozy as it looks.
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.
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?