Over the last year, Arlo Wine & Restaurant has become one of Ottawa’s most sought-after dining experiences. One of the driving forces of Arlo’s cuisine is sous-chef Mitchell Hahn.
This week in the Future of Ottawa series, we are highlighting the bar and restaurant industry in Ottawa—what it’s like now and where it’s headed. Read on for a guest post from Quinn Taylor on the future of bars.
We’ve arrived at yet another pandemic-style holiday weekend and things are…weird, to put it bluntly. While we may still be required to stay at home this Valentine’s/Family Day long weekend, there is plenty to do while staying safely away from others. Also, let’s not get too excited, but it would appear that the lockdown measures in Ottawa are reaching their end and the slow reopening of non-essential services is just around the corner, so that’s another thing to celebrate, along with an extra day off work.
This weekend, you can eat, drink and enjoy the sights and sounds of Ottawa.
The mind behind Mind of a (Former) Chef, Zachary Resnick, was born and raised in Ottawa and studied culinary management at Algonquin College. He worked at a number of prominent Ottawa restaurants before starting his food blog.
There’s a lot of good food in Ottawa.
613TV checks out the Hidden Gems of Ottawa, starting in Centretown.
Welcome to the weekend, folks!
Six celebrity chefs are volunteering their time to train a team to cook their high quality dish under competition pressure.
While the dishes feature local ingredients when they can, the highlights of Bar Laurel’s menu lie in the imported Spanish products.
As the excitement grows around the opening of Chef Matthew Carmichael’s Riviera, one thing is certain, the restaurant’s opulent bar will be managed by the best Ottawa has to offer. Stephen Flood’s barcraft is an effortless extension of his love of people and the good life – a perfect fit for the attention to detail Riviera promises. […]