If you love the sugar bush but want to stay close to home, the Vanier Sugar Festival is a great way to get your fix.
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.
The family-friendly event is a great excuse to celebrate all things Irish-ish and enjoy some (non-green) beer
With rustic charm and a comforting menu, this couple’s restaurant in The Glebe feels like a natural fit for the neighbourhood.
As a feminist business owner, Sara thinks very highly of businesses that incorporate feminist ideology within their charter and who prioritize the well-being of their staff.
Clover Food & Drink and Bicycle Craft Brewery are teaming up to present Women in Industry, an inspiring dinner and craft beer pairing that features a team of Ottawa’s most talented chefs.
Known for their Japanese cheesecake, Uncle Tetsu has become a cult favourite since opening in 1990, expanding to over 70 shops internationally.
The Koven has quickly become a favourite for Ottawa’s passionate and active metal community, in part due to its close proximity to Maverick’s.
Over 500 people came to a Winterlude classic: the ByWard Market Stew Cook-Off in support of the Lowertown Community Resource Centre.
The 41st Winterlude takes place February 1–18, 2019.
Our 613TV food series pays a visit to Oat Couture Oatmeal Café in Old Ottawa South
The cheeses were developed with advice from friends in Italy, France and Spain and feature eco-friendly packaging.
With its blend of cocktails, stellar interior, and a food item for every palate, Rabbit Hole succeeds in providing Ottawans with a new reason to be out late on Sparks Street.
The local beer scene keeps getting bigger and better.
Many (well, most) bars and restaurants limit their non-alcoholic beverage options to the usual tired pop, juice, and water. Here are some places that get more creative.