Old Ottawa South

Where to Eat

People who love to eat are always the best people. - Julia Child

Stella Luna

This European style cafe is a neighbourhood favourite. Although known for their gelato they also offer breakfast, lunch and dinner options. Awarded Best Gelato in Canada! - Gelato World Tour, 2016

Oat Couture

Craving some warm comfort food? Stop by this newly opened Oatmeal cafe with it's imaginative take on what Oatmeal can do! Settle into their hammock chairs and enjoy a sweet or savoury bowl.

Black Squirrel Cafe

By day, Black Squirrel is the coziest cafe in the downtown Ottawa area. By night, it's one of Ottawa's most culturally vibrant venues for live music, panel talks, book launches, and vernissages.

Life of Pie

Life of pie is a family-owned bakery that offers fresh sweet pies that are handmade daily. They also offer frozen ready-to-bake savoury pies, quiches, soups and salads. 

Barley Mow

Established in 1994, the very first Barley Mow is located steps from the Mayfair theatre and within walking distance to the canal. Stop by for dinner before or after the Ottawa RedBlack’s games.

Patty's Pub

 You’ll find both traditional and modern pub fare here. Great atmosphere, friendly and down-to-earth, and there are options for wee ones as well. 

Siam Kitchen

Known as Ottawa's first Thai restaurant. This location serves a wide variety of authentic Thai dishes with lots of veggie friendly options! 

The Belmont

Trendy spot offering inventive tasty small plates. Known for their great cocktails and dumplings. They also offer a splendid Sunday brunch.

House of Targ

House of Targ is a spot like no other, featuring  the best in live music, pinball, old school arcade games and a delicious menu of handmade perogies. 

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