Beechwood Avenue

Biking along the shores of the Ottawa River, you’ll find yourself in one of the city’s oldest and best-known neighbourhoods.

Lined with trees and patios, Beechwood Avenue is home to some of Ottawa’s foodie favourites. It’s more than a typical Main street – this upscale neighbourhood is also developing into a culinary destination for travelers and locals alike. Beechwood Avenue is a place to try something new.

 

Beechwood news

The stories behind each bouquet
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2019 review: A bigger, better year for Vanier
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Vanier merchants gain new voice on municipal issues
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Polica in Vanier
What the return of community policing means for Vanier
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Jacobsons Gourmet enters a new era
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Catherine Strevens-Bourque, Retirement Living Consultant at Chartwell New Edinburgh Square
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A fundraising dinner in Beechwood Cemetery for Partage Vanier
Businesses and friends gather for a dinner to raise funds for Partage Vanier, which serves part of  Ottawa-Vanier’s riding where
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“Why have one scoop when you can have two?”
Lindsay Taub, the owner of Sundae School, reflects on what it’s genuinely like to be the official “Ice Cream lady”
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Unique restaurants, specialty food shops turn Vanier into a destination for foodies
Beechwood Avenue, Montreal Road and McArthur Avenue each offer unique flavours Where in Ottawa can chefs find a full-sized octopus,
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People of Vanier: SconeWitch owner Heather Matthews
SconeWitch owner Heather Matthews, who never eats a scone that is more than 10 minutes removed from the oven, recalls
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