All posts tagged ottawa dining

Supply and demand

Restaurant Review: Supply and Demand

It took me a while to figure this out, but I now know that a restaurant review is best administered at the three month mark. Sure, it’s fun to be […]

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From relentlessly positive buzz surrounding Preston Street’s newest late night eatery, 2/5 nuts and an esteemed guest diner (Alex Sirois) decided it was about time to take a peek at […]

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Restaurant Round Up 2012: Ottawa

In 2010 OTTAWA magazine’s food editor, Shawna Wagman, boldly declared the death of the white tablecloth, insinuating that dining in the national capital was experiencing a shift away from haute-cuisine and formal service to […]

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Chef’s Night: great expections, poor execution

The corner of Richmond and Churchill Avenue. Somerset and O’connor. Bronson and Gladstone. These are the intersections of the up and coming dining scene in Ottawa. And when I say […]

Go to Town.

Ottawa has finally seen its first inkling of a Montreal-style bistro. Humming with good vibrations, Town has managed to cup its hand around the coal of “trendy” and amalgamates it […]