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Welcome to the WhatsupOttawa.com Events and Festivals section. Here you will find images, maps, dress code tips, price range. Everything you need to plan the perfect day.
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100 Chemin du Lac Leamy, Gatineau, Quebec
The Gatineau Beerfest invites you to join its other guests for a big country party in May. Our festival marks the arrival of warmer weather and family outings in nature. The Outaouais region is a strategic place to access all kinds of specialty beers. Its residents are served by four major distribution networks on both sides of river.
205 Sparks Street, Ottawa,
This past June teams from Canada and the United States competed for the top rank of best rib choice, best rib sauce, best chicken choice and best chicken sauce.  If you missed this, you missed some of the best BBQ chicken and ribs you'll ever taste. This is truly an international Chicken and Rib Cook-off.
110 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario
The journey starts before you even step on the starting line. It begins with setting goals, logging countless training hours and kilometers in rain, sun and snow. From coast to coast, training runs are mapped with one common destination: Canada's premiere race weekend; The Ottawa Marathon. For every runner the journey is different and The Ottawa Race Weekend is a journey worth making.
2960 Riverside Dr, Ottawa, Ontario
613-238-7711
The Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival is the largest event of its kind in North America and takes place at Mooney's Bay Park June 20-23, 2013. This year's festivities will span 4 days and will include racing, free concerts, free family fun, extreme sports demonstrations, local delicacies, multi-cultural and heritage performances and so much more. Join us this year as we celebrate our 20th anniversary!
2960 Riverside Dr, Ottawa, Ontario
613-742-HOPE (4673)
HOPE's flagship Volleyball SummerFest event combines recreational volleyball with live rock entertainment. Each year, more than 25,000 players and spectators flock to Mooney's Bay Beach in Ottawa for the greatest summer party in the region. These participants have helped HOPE donate over $3.5 million in support of more than 110 local charities. 
100 Water Baker Place, Ottawa, Ontario
This summer, the City of Ottawa welcomes the greatest outdoor country music festival in the world! The 2012 Capital Hoedown will feature international superstars and multiple Grammy Award wining artists over 3 incredible days.
Majors Hill Park, Ottawa, Ontario
613 567-5757 or 1-800-66TULIP
The Canadian Tulip Festival preserves the local heritage of Canada’s role in freeing the Dutch during World War II, and the symbolic tulip, a gift in perpetuity to the Canadian people for providing a safe harbour to the Dutch Royal Family at that time.
1 Vimy Place, Ottawa, Ontario
The festival has grown from a one-stage, three-day event to a multi-staged, 12-day music showcase featuring some of the best talent available on the planet. Cisco Ottawa Bluesfest continues to increase its diversity and programming scope and offers an assortment of stages that incorporate a variety of genres.
100 Laurier Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Depuis 36 ans, le Festival franco-ontarien nous offre l’opportunité de célébrer la richesse culturelle de la communauté francophone de chez nous et d’ailleurs.  Cette année, en plus de présenter des artistes francophones originaires de l'Ontario français, le Festival nous fera voyager à travers la vitalité de nos communautés francophones nationales et internationales.
Lebreton Flats, Ottawa, Ontario
The Ottawa International Children’s Festival was established in 1985 and is an annual celebration of the best in live performing arts for children. For over two decades the OICF has presented an abundance of award-winning artists from around the globe and made wide-eyed children out of attendees of all ages.
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Latest Reviews
Love it
I love what they did with the place. Great food, Great beer and a perfect place to meet up with friends
Louis, February 29, 12
Not great
Attended last night. The server was good and the place looked nice. They even offered gluten free pasta which is a bonus. Their menu looks good. But only on paper. The Pasta was slightly over aldente and borderline crunchy. The steak was awful and the steak pasta was bad also. The saving grace were the scallop and antipasto apps. Overall not better than a 3/5. Their mains need a lot of work.
John, February 26, 12
Not what it used to be
Attended Hy's like I usually do for special occasions and this time I noticed that it wasn't what I remembered it. The service was not up to par with prior visits and nor was the food quality. I didn't feel like I got my money's worth.
Pat, February 13, 12
Great Place. Needs a few tweaks
The food was great. We shared the trio of meats and 3 sides for 29.99 and had a few Jack Daniel's to start. I HIGHLY recommend the Honey Jack with Diet Coke. Food and Service were all perfect. It was fairly cold in the restaurant and our table was in the walkway. Seems like they are squishing in tables. If you can sit on the inside of the walkway if not you might get bumped and... distracted from your evening. All in all Amazing food you have to try it. Love all the Sauces. great Gluten free options.
Jamie, January 22, 12
Great Wine Flights but
Great selection of wine flights. But the Cheese plate is stale and old. They haven't changed it in years. Same regular boring cheeses. How about bringing in something new, charge more. But something new. No one wants to spend 12-19 bucks for cheese they get at home.
Karim, November 21, 11
 
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