Murder Mystery Ottawa – Hilarious Whodunnit Mystery theatre every Saturday night from September to May in our showroom upstairs at The Prescott, 379 Preston Street, Ottawa. Tickets start at $29 5-star entertainment value. TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2017-18-19. Now playing: “The CodFather” – A gut-bustingly funny tribute to disorganized crime! An unforgettable show that puts […]
You may have noticed some shifts in the 613 yoga landscape over the last year. Rama Lotus closed. Soul Speak opened. Rideau Sports Centre built a hot yoga studio. Yogatown opened a third studio in Barrhaven. The Gatineau Yoga Coop opened its doors too.
Moving from Centretown to Little Italy was a tough decision for the duo, but one step inside the new store and you’ll feel the true experience they had been aiming for.
Smut Slam returns to The Happy Goat Cafe on Laurel to for a collective exercise in heating things up and coaxing spring out of its hidey-hole with sexy, smutty storytelling, hosted by Ottawa’s favourite foul-mouthed redhead, Helvetica Bold! SMUT SLAM is a community open mic featuring real-life first-person sex stories. Get ready for an evening […]
The BIG LOVE craft market is back for its 4th year, and its going to be more fun than ever with a family-fun day market + a valentines date night market (seriously though, can we say girl date, bromance… no ones judging who you bring as your date). DAY MARKET: From 10am-3pm at Makerspace North […]
Little Italy’s first ever art and light festival is a free, interactive nighttime festival of large scale games, glow painting, DJs, street performers and more. “We were looking for a way to brighten up November,” says Lori Mellor, executive director of the Preston Street BIA. “Dems & Doll came up with this exciting concept which […]
This weekend, the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa is celebrating the grand opening of a new location at 77 Pamilla Street, off Preston Street in Little Italy.
Helen Lam: “On fight nights, an ecosystem grows around the action in the Thai boxing ring. The hall is a controlled chaos governed by the ebbs and flows of events on the roped platform.”
When it comes to cocktails, the Moonroom is easily one of Ottawa’s longstanding hidden gems. Tucked away inside a minimalist, industrial-style exterior on Preston street, it’s easy to miss in the daytime but becomes a beacon at nighttime.
Bánh mì, samosas, and BBQ buns, oh my!
Ottawa’s Compliments & Complaints Department is a featured column supported by the Apt613 Fellowship Program. The aim is to spotlight locals from different hoods of the capital, letting them celebrate this city and share their constructive criticisms. Name: Steve About: Steve works and lives in Little Italy. He also plays in a bunch of bands. […]
Ottawa’s Compliments & Complaints Department is a featured column supported by the Apt613 Fellowship Program. The aim is to spotlight locals from different hoods of the capital, letting them celebrate this city and share their constructive criticisms. Name: Dante About: He used to work in a kitchen in Little Italy and still enjoys coming here. […]
In the heart of Little Italy, a quaint market will once again come to life every Saturday from tomorrow until Thanksgiving. The “Little Market That Could” – so dubbed for its community-powered tenacity – is back for another season of one-stop shopping for quality local goods. Its grand re-opening takes place during the final weekend […]
Finding a place to eat lunch in Little Italy has always been a real dilemma. You got your beloved standbys like Dirienzo sandwiches, new entrants like Beech St. Burger and of course your pick of pasta or pizza. A new addition to the strip – The Zydeco Smokehouse (432 ½ Preston St., right next to Pub Italia) […]
What springs to mind when someone mentions eating on Preston Street? Somerset most certainly equals pho, but Preston is a mélange of pricey Italian restaurants, beer-focused pubs and a few non-Italian ethnic eateries. One of the latter was the Lindenhof, an institution for those who love spatzle and meat, which closed its doors last summer to much sadness. […]