This landmark watering hole, better known as The Laff, is one of the last traditional taverns in Ottawa. Opened in 1849, the ... More
This landmark watering hole, better known as The Laff, is one of the last traditional taverns in Ottawa. Opened in 1849, the bar has undergone a number of renovations but is still in the same Byward Market location it has occupied for over 150 years. Although the kitchen serves up a limited menu of hamburgers and sandwiches, its main reason for being is cold draft beer served directly from the tap. The main bar also features live entertainment on most nights.
The only time it's real busy is Saturday afternoons. Lucky Ron plays every Saturday at 4:30 but it's hard to get a seat after 3:30 most every Saturday. If you like Johnny Cash, Stomp'in Tom, and ole country favorites then Ron is the fella to see. The most fun you'll have on a Saturday afternoon in Ottawa to be sure
Founded in 1975, the Great Canadian Theatre Company is Ottawa's oldest professional theater company. Located in the heart of Ottawa's
Italian Village, this 230 seat theater is dedicated to producing original Canadian works, and its location is perfect for ...
Named for one of Canada's founding fathers—who was assassinated on nearby Sparks Street in 1868—this massive pub manages to maintain
a cozy, intimate feel. It features comfortable booths that are separated from one another by beautiful stained glass windows. ...
This non professional community theater has been producing plays since 1913; they are known for their high quality performances generated
by a dedicated group of volunteers. The 510 seat theater runs eight productions from September through May, and one ...