Beyond the Pale
The local beer scene keeps getting bigger and better.
There’s a lot to look forward to in 2019 (a certain blog is turning 10!) and this final weekend of 2018 is a great way to close out another exciting year in Ottawa. Read on for a roundup of New Year’s Eve events and have a fun, safe weekend!
Another fall weekend ahead, and so much to do! Don’t forget that it’s your last chance to take advantage of the National Capital Commission’s free shuttle into Gatineau Park to enjoy the fall colours.
The season’s wind down is upon us and the days are growing shorter. Thankfully for all, this holiday weekend is a day longer than typical and we can enjoy another late summer’s night.
New patios, old patios and patios soon to come. Whether a uniquely Ottawa-scene or just an aspect of the summer we appreciate, drinking outside is just the best.
With plenty of fun activities and slightly more reasonable temperatures, here are some of our picks for the weekend!
Brewery Market returns to Hintonburg Park with their season opener on Saturday May 26.
Believe it or not, we’ve made it. Spring has sprung in Ottawa, and one thing is certain: there will be tulips.
Jane’s Walk is a festival of free walking tours happening Ottawa-Gatineau on May 5 and 6, 2018
Indulge Ottawa is hosting their annual soiree at Sala San Marco on March 2 to raise awareness and funds for Greater Ottawa’s chapter of Special Olympics Ontario.
It’s been a wild year, and the industry shows no sign of slowing down.
On December 2, Beyond the Pale Brewing will mark its 5th anniversary with an epic, yet refined, party at the National Gallery of Canada.
Michael’s Dolce products put a creative twist on a household staple. Pairing traditional ingredients and flavours in non-traditional ways, Michael begins with the basics and then turns them on their heads. Over the past five years, Sunderland has come up with many an incredible thing—from jams that taste like candy, to the champagne of marmalades, made with pink grapefruit.
The Beau’s Summer in the City Beer Garden will be located in Festival Village, adjacent to Concert Village at City Hall.
It was a hole in the wall with the worst selection in the city, and when they closed it no one complained, which may just be a first for a store of its type. I speak, of course, of the old Rideau Centre LCBO, the late and completely unlamented bottle shop that may have saved […]