Sunday, February 11, 2024

Super Bowl Viewing Parties

  •  Southside Tap and Grill (4 Lorry Greenberg Dr) will roll out an international buffet from 6:00 pm that includes egg rolls, hot dogs, chili, wings, and an epic Create Your Own Poutine bar.
  •  For home-based viewing parties of two, Maker Feed Co in Cumberland has a take-home dinner that ticks all the boxes: pork ribs, pogos, coleslaw, and two cans of Broadhead beer, all for $49.99. Order now for pickup between 4:00 pm and 5:00 pm on Sunday. (2607 Old Montreal Road)
  •  Lil Z’s Pizza will be serving Dominion City Beer, lasagna, wings, and of course pizza. You can also expect door prizes. 45 Clarence.
  •  Moose McGuire’s in Kanata (329 Eagleson Road) all-you-can-eat buffet is serious snacking: wings, nachos, and beer specials abound. Plus, each buffet purchase gives you a chance to win a Super Bowl swag prize.
  •  On Merivale Road, Tailgators is planning half-priced wings as well as prizes. From 6:00 pm at 1642 Merivale Rd
  •  Enjoy half-priced appetizers, $6.50 pints, prizes and giveaways from 5:00 pm at Broadway Bar and Grill Prince of Wales.
  •  The doors open at 4:00 pm for the Prescott’s Super Bowl party. The bar promises a “full tailgating experience with contests, prizes, and giveaways.” It isn't free, though. Entry costs between $12.95 to $175.
  •  Call to reserve a spot at the Jolly Taxpayer Bar and Grill, where the Super Bowl festivities will include giveaways, burgers, games, and a heated patio. 613-825-1122

Not Super Bowl related 

  •  Learn how businesswoman Viola Desmond came to be on the Canadian $10 bill at the Bank of Canada Museum. It's all part of the museum's Black History Month programming. Free. 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at 30 Bank St.
  •  Snowflakes Land / Le Domaine Des Flocons continues at Jacques-Cartier Park in Gatineau


  •  The Pure Kitchen Drag Brunch has a distinctly Valentine’s Day vibe.

  •  Bring your questions about Menopause to the experts at Venus Envy. Menopause-A-Palooza! specialists will discuss all things Peri- and Menopause, as well as nutrition tips.

  •  Tour the new exhibition Vision and Views: Landscape and Abstraction in the Firestone Collection of Canadian Art, and enjoy a warming cup of tea at the Ottawa Art Gallery. The annual Firestone Chat will take place at the same time. Art & Tea  At The OAG is free.

  •  As Winterlude continues, drop by the ByTown Museum to hear about the origins of the Rideau Canal, the museum’s stone structure, and more. 11:00 am - 3:00 pm.

  •  The Caelis Academy Ensemble presents a programme of Handel and Bach. Mazenod Chapel, St. Paul University, 249 Main St.

  •  Hear traditional Indigenous stories set to a new score as the NAC Orchestra and the NAC Indigenous Theatre join forces to present The Spirit Horse Returns. It’s an all ages show with activities before the performance and chats with the performers afterwards. 3:30 pm in Southampton Hall. $15 per ticket.

  •  Staff from the Ottawa Humane Society will tell stories of the animals in their care, but there’s so much more for the kids to enjoy at the Tails of Love event. They can learn crafts, how to greet a dog, have their faces painted, and more. Tickets are $2 per person or $5 for a family with a maximum of three kids, and you can purchase them in advance or at the door. The OHS needs donations of treats and new or gently used toys for the animals; please consider bringing these with you to the event. 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at 245 West Hunt Club Rd.

  •  ByTowne Cinema: High Tea Cinema: Titanic, Ferrari, Tótem, Sometimes I Think About Dying.

  •  Mayfair Theatre: Moonstruck (Norman Jewison Festival), Once Within A Time


  •  Acoustic Coffee House. Red Bird

  •  Sunday Night Revue. Irene’s Pub Restaurant

  •  Family Funday Sundays - Unlimited Free Play. Ottawa Pinball Arcade.

  •  Joey Vinegar, the C.A. & Sonny Show, and the Barrow Gang Buskers. Ottawa Farmers Market (Aberdeen Pavilion, Lansdowne)

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