Great cocktails and charcuterie, this restaurant is great for dates and gastronomic brunch.
Locally owned with an ever evolving farm-to-table Candiana menu, heavily inspired by the Belle Province. Known for their in house done charcuterie and spaetzle poutine.
A super cool place to have dinner, or just grab a drink and Charcuterie plate.
The restaurant called Murray street in the byward market, is very nice. Cheeses and meats, lots more yum.
“Ottawa may not have a Gravity Pope but Wolf & Zed has the go-to shop for the shoe savvy in the city. ”
“Love this shop! Women's clothing and accessory boutique. All the brands they carry are supporting Canadian designers ”
“Best little pub in the downtown Ottawa Byward Market. Not easy to find but once you have experienced the amazing french Canadian burgers and fries, you will want to come back again...tomorrow! Amazing menu, friendly staff, great value for the plentiful portions you will get. Please note...this is a small pub for locals, so you must go early especially on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday evenings.”
“Legendary watering hole dating from 1849 featuring live music, and board-game menu & a lively ambiance. Great place to gather after cheering on our Senators! Don't forget to go see Lucky Ron perform on Saturdays; he hasn't missed a Saturday in 19 years! Cheers!”
“This is the best independent coffee shop in Ottawa, the company is women-led, they care about coffee and their food. The best summer patio in the market, warm and shielded in the Clarendon Courtyard. ”