Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Wednesday Food + Drink Roundup
▪️Kettelman‘s Bagel Co. have produced their 100 millionth bagel.
▪️Sula Wok is celebrating its fourth anniversary next Tuesday January 25th with a giveaway. Orders of over $50 (before tax) will receive a free – and very cute – “Steamed Bun” t-shirt. The Asian Fusion take out specialists recommend getting your order in advance. The shirts are available in five vibrant colours and unisex sizes from small to XXL. 184 Main St.
▪️The House of TARG has found success in producing perogies during the pandemic.
▪️Your NarCity headline of the week: ‘This New Ottawa Dessert Shop Sells Decadent Brownies That Are As Big As Your Head’
▪️Parlour is running takeaway only today through Friday, and the menu is purpose-built for staying in and keeping cozy. The 12 Hr Smoked Beef Brisket Feast is served with soup, buttermilk mash, brisket and greens and will feed from two to four with ease ($65-$120), and the Bucket of Fried Chicken with its cheese and leek biscuits, wedge salad with pancetta and roquefort, baby corn, mashed potatoes and gravy sounds like comfort in a meal ($65-$120). 1319 Wellington.
▪️Applications are now open for the Ontario Business Costs Rebate Program. The program is for eligible businesses such as restaurants, gyms, retailers of under 50,000 square ft, pet services and more that have been required to close for indoor activities during the recent public health measures. A full list of eligible businesses is available on the Ontario Business Costs Rebate Program website.
More January Savings
▪️Annie50 is holding a clearance sale from today through January 23rd, with savings up to 70%. Warning: sizes and colour ways are selling fast.
▪️Octopus Books is offering 20% off the fiction, poetry, mysteries, kids’ books, and games and puzzles located at the back of the store. The shop is open daily from 11:00am to 5:00pm, but please note the current capacity is two customers at a time. 116 Third Ave.
We'll see you tomorrow– Martha and Darren
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