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.
Union Local 613
Ottawa kid who sent their savings to food bank sees donation multiplied by local restaurant Union 613
After seeing this letter from a child who emptied their piggy bank to support the Ottawa Food Bank, local restaurant owner Ivan Gedz more-than-matches the donation.
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Well folks, after an exciting summer, we’ve reached Labour Day Weekend. Kids are heading back to school, pumpkin spice lattes are out, and it’s just cool enough for a sweater on your morning walk to work. But fear not! There’s still plenty to do and we’ve rounded up some of the best ways to spend your weekend.
House of PainT fest exhibits and uplifts the best of Ottawa hip hop arts and culture—08.23.19 to 08.25.19
Local graffiti artists, dance crews, deejays, poets and emcees are celebrated and elevated by the annual House of PainT Festival.
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.
Apt613 applauds a swift and welcome reaction froml Ottawa restaurant owners who decided to remove all Norman Hardie wine from their racks and cellars.
The Beau’s Summer in the City Beer Garden will be located in Festival Village, adjacent to Concert Village at City Hall.
Listen here or on iTunes. On this week’s Apartment 613 Live, Ryan is our lonely host for an hour full of local happenings. Last month’s Nuit Blanche was reportedly attended by something close to 30,000 people, and next year’s nuit can only get bigger. The art-filled night’s organizers are already in the planning stages, securing […]
There is no shortage of fine dining options in our beloved Capital City. Foodies can get their fix in virtually any neighborhood, and while we’re often accused of playing catch up to trendier Montreal or Toronto, Ottawa is (almost) always on point with keeping up with restaurants fads and new concepts. Recently, a few Southern-style […]