Whether you’re looking for local Orléans or regional choices, you’ll definitely find a new favourite among the offerings.
Food & Drink
The good hosts will be serving up a dozen of their brews.
It’s been a hundred years since prohibition at the federal level was repealed, but that hasn’t stopped whisky distilleries from continuing the rebellious tradition of producing moonshine.
Joe Thottungal’s new book, named for the restaurant, is a joyous celebration of the cuisine of Kerala, the state in India where he grew up.
Sarp Kizir: “Foie gras has nothing on Maktaaq.”
Orléans Brewing Co. has finally opened the doors to its own brewery in 2019. The grand celebration is happening this Saturday May 11 with live music, an outdoor patio, and tours of the brewery from 1pm until close.
Ottawa Humane Society Garden Party is an evening of food and fun to raise funds for Ottawa’s animals—05.15.19
The Ottawa Humane Society’s annual Garden Party takes place May 15, 2019 and will raise funds to help rehabilitate, reunite and re-home Ottawa’s animals.
On May 8, local restaurants will donate $1 to Mealshare for every $1 spent to help end youth hunger.
Corporate Meals on Wheels groups help to deliver meals to those in need in Ottawa.
Little Jo Berry’s 3rd Birthday Party is happening this Friday at the Bronson Centre.
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.
Wheelers Maple is an amazingly diverse place for a sugarbush. They have two museums in rustic log buildings, a playground, a zipline, a blacksmith, hiking trails and more.
We’ve arrived at this final weekend in March and what is, hopefully, the season’s final snowfall.
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.
Whether you’re celebrating Pi Day or St Patrick’s Day, this is a great weekend to round up some friends and have a good time.