Zaphod Beeblebrox, a staple of the ByWard Market for nearly three decades, will say goodbye later this month.
Sales are down at Ottawa’s oldest farmers markets, but the city has a plan to establish an independent board of directors tasked with bringing them to life again.
News that another acclaimed ByWard Market restaurant is closing its doors is a further indication of a shift in the city’s culinary landscape, industry observers say.
Businesses in Ottawa will now have to obtain permits if they want put up new illuminated signs in their windows.
The Rideau Centre officially cut the ribbon on its $360-million expansion project on Thursday, a massive redevelopment designed to bring a more “sophisticated” shopping experience to the city’s dow
Ottawa’s newest summer festival will be opening up Clarence Street to pedestrians and unlimited patios come July.
Ottawa city councillors want to revamp the ByWard and Parkdale markets, starting with a $1-million overhaul of the George Street Plaza.
Two sister groups are getting territorial about downtown commercial districts.
A 2014 OBJ Forty Under 40 recipient is back in the kitchen again with one new project already underway, and another one in the works.
Eugene Haslam is not known for being a man of few words, so a recent Facebook post from the owner of the popular York Street nightclub Zaphod Beeblebrox caught many by surprise not only for