Is Ottawa Canada’s capital of Middle Eastern food? I’m not 100% sure, but I can’t think of another city in the country that is so well-supplied with such a variety and a sheer number of Middle Eastern restaurants.
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.
Lil Z’s, the newest addition to the city’s pizza scene, opened only a month ago and is already receiving praise.
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.
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.
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.
Cantina Gia is an Italian comfort food restaurant and specialty shop in the heart of the Glebe, created by co-owners Chef Adam Vettorel and Chris Schlesak who started North & Navy back in 2015. Their vibe strikes a perfect balance between intimate and lively, ideal for date nights. The decor is quirky and warm with […]
Ottawa Pizza Podcast covers hidden gems and the unique Ottawa-style pizza with hosts Steph and Tyler.
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.
Ottawa’s Women in Industry Dinner has a fine dining take-home menu created by six outstanding chefs with cocktail and wine pairings. The team is donating 100 per cent of proceeds to Minwaashin Lodge.
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.