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Vote for Kelly! April 25

Help an Ottawa food blogger win her dream job!

One of our favourite food bloggers has the chance to win the opportunity of a lifetime! The very talented Kelly Brisson of The Gouda Life (I hope you love the name of her blog as much as we do) is a Top 12 finalist in Richmond, B.C.’s 365 Days of Dining competition.  The position is basically […]

The second-annual Ottawa Foodie Challenge: A day of bicycle-powered fun

Hilary Duff (blog/Twitter) is a quirky 21-year-old who loves multimedia journalism, cycling, food blogging, and churning massive amounts of baked goods out of her cramped student kitchen. She is also a contributing editor for Local Tourist Ottawa. Take a typical day in the life of Hilary and multiply it by a trillion. Welcome to my Sunday. […]

On the menu for Hintonburg: A flurry of new restaurant openings, with a side of gentrification

Hilary Duff (blog/Twitter) is a quirky 21-year-old who loves multimedia journalism, cycling, food blogging, and churning massive amounts of baked goods out of her cramped student kitchen. She is also a contributing editor for Local Tourist Ottawa. The Hintonburg restaurant scene is on the rise. The neighbourhood is the latest in Ottawa to facedown with the […]

The Ottawa Foodie Challenge: a delicious day for an excellent cause

Carolynn Lacasse is a 24-year-old marketing manager at SWIX. She’s also the founder and director of the Ottawa Foodie Challenge, a coffee addict, fashion enthusiast, rookie foodie and token geek. We asked Carolynn to tell us a little more about a delicious upcoming event – the second annual Ottawa Foodie Challenge happening on Sunday, November […]

Being rendered unmovable by the moveable feast (a delicious night of food, wine and Little Italy exploration)

Hilary Duff (blog/Twitter) is a quirky 21-year-old who loves multimedia journalism, cycling, food blogging, and churning massive amounts of baked goods out of her cramped student kitchen. She is also a contributing editor for Local Tourist Ottawa. My Thursday evening ended with me lying in a crumpled mess on the couch with a blanket covering my […]

Getting Grounded: Kitchen & Coffeehouse offers solid food and warm welcome

Yuko Inoue (blog) came to Ottawa from Japan one year ago to study at Carleton University. After a summer serving as photo editor of The Charlatan, Carleton’s student newspaper, she’s now starting her second year of journalism. In her spare time, Yuko likes art, live music and exploring the city’s food scene.  “We pick good […]

Experiencing two ByWard Market patios: Kinki Sushi and Mambo

Hilary Duff (blog/Twitter) is a quirky 21-year-old who loves multimedia journalism, cycling, food blogging, and churning massive amounts of baked goods out of her cramped student kitchen. She has officially wrapped her LTOttawa series on the hunt for Ottawa’s perfect cupcake, but is continuing on as one of LTO’s top Local Tourists.  She is guest editing […]

Date night at Chinatown’s Mekong Restaurant

  Shelly Lyonnais is a local elementary school teacher who has been living in Ottawa on and off for 20 years.  She spends her weekends in search of Ottawa’s great date night dinner locations. Date night last week was to one of our old favourites: Mekong Restaurant in Chinatown. This resto has been serving Asian cuisine for […]

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