Some call the snowy spring days of late March and early April Ottawa’s third winter (followed closely by mud season), but I prefer to think of it as the sweetest time of year: maple syrup season!
After a devastating fire in 2020, the Vanier Sugar Shack has moved its annual sugar festival online, allowing maple fans all over town to partake.
There are obvious gaps in this list, so please help us by adding suggestions to the comments section.
Love Local Delivery is a delivery service that launched mid-March to connect local eateries with the patrons who miss them dearly. With drivers from Responsible Choice (a designated driving service), local restaurants are able to deliver ready-to-serve and heat-and-serve meals right to your door.
There’s a lot of good food in Ottawa.
Festival of Small Halls puts city and rural elbow-to-elbow in a unique space for Chef’s Table parties
Dinner and a show, combined with a talk-about-it-for-days experience, are going to make these evenings popular.
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.
A fantastically warm and joyful celebration of small producers of gourmet delights.
Better know a Neighborhood is Apartment613’s knockoff homage to Stephen Colbert’s famed Better Know a District. Our goal is simple: find and write about interesting parts of the city. For the first part of this not-so-innovative series, we headed to West Wellington Village (or Hintonburg, we’re never quite sure). For our encore we went to […]