On the last Sunday of every month, Andaz Ottawa’s rooftop lounge transforms into a brunch lover’s dream.
Feast + Revel’s chef La Salle is revelling in the bounty that Ontario farms and orchards have to offer, if their fall menu is any indication. It’s a feast for the mouth and the senses alike.
There’s been a mini-boom of health-forward, salad-focused places in recent years. Now Mad Radish joins the fray with a menu full of creative and crispy offerings to satisfy your crunchy veggie cravings.
Sky Lounge, one of Ottawa 2017’s signature events, is an exclusive culinary flight of fancy. With a cocktail and a dinner option, attendees enjoy fine dining prepared by Chef Stephen La Salle and his team from Andaz’s Feast+Revel restaurant as you float 150 feet above Ottawa.
There aren’t a lot of ‘authentic’ Latin American restaurants in Ottawa and it might seem a bit daunting to explore a new place without knowing what to expect. This list is meant to be a sneak peek at what you might find at a few of Ottawa’s hidden gems. Or a guide in what to try first. Hopefully, you’ll feel more comfortable exploring something new this summer.
So you’ve hit the town (or the books) and you’re hungry for some late night eats. Don’t fret, our friends over at Bytown Bites have got ten places in Ottawa that’ll serve you up something delicious, no intoxication required.
If you’ve ever visited the ByWard Market, you’re probably no stranger to the Heart & Crown Irish Pub. Established by two Irish immigrants, Larry Bradley and Pat Kelly, the pub gets its subtle charm from a not-so-subtle commitment to its roots. From the “snug rooms” to the the floor tile, to the bars made of Irish wood, there’s a clear intent on preserving the spirit and culture for anyone who has been to or yet to visit Ireland.
Traditionally grand yet cosy, The Red Lion is this writer’s new favourite pub and recently hosted Mealshare Ottawa’s Tonight for Tomorrow fundraiser.
Feast like a pirate and dine like a captain at The Captain’s Boil, the latest addition to Elgin Street.
Burrito Sensei, latest contender on the growing sushi burrito/poke bowl scene in Ottawa, gets raves reviews for their easy-to-navigate menu, elegant décor and friendly service.
Five picks for stellar sushi spots in Ottawa.
Edward Alvarez is a young aspiring chef making his way through some of Ottawa’s famous kitchens. Early on a sunny Saturday afternoon in March, I met with him to learn about his world and his impressions of the Ottawa food scene.
Foodie Friday: The new Heritage Room Gastropub adds local contemporary cuisine to a historical space
With an extravagant yet warm and rustic decor, the Heritage Room Gastropub, which shares an entrance with The Albion Rooms in the Novotel Hotel, pays homage to its space’s historic roots while promising delicious contemporary cuisine. The Gastropub is located in one of Canada’s heritage buildings – the Albion Hotel, Ottawa’s oldest hotel. The restaurant’s […]
Little Jo Berry’s, known Ottawa-wide for their vegan treats, celebrated their first anniversary with neighbours and friends.
Photos by Jennifer Cavanagh Makita Kitchen Bar opened a few months back at the north end of the Glebe’s Bank Street strip. It’s the latest culinary contender in the area settled by Olga’s Kitchen and Erling’s Variety. The brainchild of two stalwarts of the Ottawa restaurant scene – Elliot Gosselin, formerly of the Manx and Caroline […]