Tuesday, May 11, 2022
Food + Drink Update
▪️All month long you’ll get 10% off any item at Kiramaki Sushi. 1196 Bank St
▪️This month Chez Lucien is showing the works of local artists alongside its award winning burgers. 100% of the proceeds of art sales will be donated to aid the Ukrainian Red Cross Society. 137 Murray Street.
▪️If you love shucking oysters at home The Whalesbone has everything you need. Take home a platter of 12 oysters ($42), a sauce pack ($5), and a Shucking Kit ($50) that includes a chopping board, towel, oyster knife, plate, and a “how to” card.
▪️Focaccia art is big right now, and Italian Week Ottawa can help you achieve focaccia greatness with their in-person masterclass on June 14th. The "Making Focaccia Bread Art Masterclass" runs 7:00pm to 8:30pm at Sala San Marco and costs $32.29 per ticket or you can follow along online for free.
▪️Tonight at Bar Robo, watch the silent film comedy classic The General with a live soundtrack performed by Petr Cancura and a cocktail in your hand. 7:00pm. Inside Queens Street Fare food hall, 170 Queen Street.
▪️There are two days left to apply for the Mino’Weesini Program Manager position with the Parkdale Food Centre. This successful candidate will have strong experience working with food producers, restaurants or other food environments, be great at developing partnerships, have an entrepreneurial spirit, and be ready to take on both day to day operations and fulfill long term goals. Salary $52K.
▪️Peter’s Palace and Catering in Orléans offers east enders fresh vegan, vegetarian, and Celiac friendly meals with a focus on comfort. Proprietors Chantal Peters and Chris Peters provide hot and cold take-home family meals in eco-conscious packaging, as well as limited dining-in. Join the Sign Painting Night at Peter’s Palace on Monday May 16th at 6:30pm, when the $50 will include the painting kit, a drink, and some food. 511 Lacolle Way, Orléans.
▪️The Ottawa Feline Café has reopened.
▪️Dunrobin Distilleries is building a new showcase on the former gas station in Stittsville where Elvis filled up his Pink Cadillac.
▪️ Apartment 613 tells the history of Henry Brading’s Union Brewery, established on Wellington Street in 1865.
We'll see you tomorrow – Martha and Darren
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