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 […]
Presdelicious is back! 🇮🇹🍴🍷 From March 1st – 10th Hot on the heels of two successful summertime appearances, Presdelicious can’t wait for warm weather as it returns this winter from March 1 – 10, 2019. Some call it a food festival, others refer to it as a showcase of deliciousness. However you choose to describe it, […]
Night Lights: Art and Light Festival happens November 17–18 on Preston Street from 7–11pm.
With over 600 kilometers of bike paths in the National Capital Region, it’s easy to leave the car at home and hop on your bike. From the Rideau Canal to the Ottawa River Pathway and everything in between, Ottawa and Gatineau are great places for a ride. And how great is this? The cities of […]
Classic and craft cocktails are making a huge comeback and there is no shortage of great spots in Ottawa to enjoy one. In fact, if you’re looking for a night out, Preston St. has several great places within a stone’s throw of each other. Forget the pub crawl, we’re going on a Preston street cocktail […]
You may not have the extra cash for that trip around the world this summer, but how about an affordable alternative? Cardamom & Cloves, Ottawa’s premier spice shop, is the place to go to discover all kinds of tantalizing tastes from around the globe. From the smoky aromas of the Horn of Africa to the […]
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. […]