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The NAC’s mandate is to bring artists from all parts of Canada to the nation’s capital and show off their talents, and it’s great to see their restaurant getting in on that action.
The Neat Coffee Shop is located about 80km west of Ottawa. It might not be on the radar of the ordinary music-lover in Ottawa-Gatineau, but it probably should be.
Chef Jason McLelland wants to support families through offering free meals and free cooking classes.
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.
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.
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.
With rustic charm and a comforting menu, this couple’s restaurant in The Glebe feels like a natural fit for the neighbourhood.
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.
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.
Our 613TV food series pays a visit to Oat Couture Oatmeal Café in Old Ottawa South
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.
Before the sun came up on Friday December 7, Queen St. Fare, Ottawa’s first food hall, had opened its doors to the public for the first time.
Boko Bakery was packed as the family owned business served its last batch of cookies, ending 36 years in business. We talked to owner Yoko Sakiyama.