Ottawa: Eating

Ottawa may be a government town, but they have some amazing eating.

A story about two Ottawa chefs who are stovetrotting around the world that I met at an innovative restaurant in Fès, Morocco  (for The Ottawa Citizen, and republished in The Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald):

In Hilary Duff’s Globavore Interview, this travelling writer and photographer reveals her fave Ottawa restos and sweet shops (Q. 16, 18 and 20).

My first article for Destinations Travel Magazine about Ottawa is HERE. (If you’re on an Ipad or similar device, the link won’t work — in that case, you can read the text of my article, without the nice photos by Tourism Ottawa, HERE).

The wonderfulness of my fave Ottawa resto, The Wellington Gastropub, for Local Tourist Ottawa.

Sidedoor review, on Local Tourist Ottawa.

Dishcrawl Ottawa Desserts.

Ottawa’s Almost Street Food.

Union Local 613 for southern food, drinks and hospitality.

Brothers Beer Bistro.

Gezellig, the third restaurant in the tri-Beckta.

Doughnuts, including Suzy Q Doughnuts and Back Lane Café (where you should go for brunch, lunch and dinner!).

Photo above is of a bruléed key lime pie, invented by Steve Benson (@OttawaCocktails) then at Steve Beckta’s second resto, Play Food & Wine.  He now runs but you can sometimes find him behind the bar at Brothers Beer Bistro.

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