Take a bite out of the Ottawa neighbourhood Glebe
- Ottawa Travel Guide
- Friday, 22 February 2013 07:32
Those who are travelling to Ottawa likely want to see a number of sites and attractions - everything from the Rideau Canal to Parliament Hill. Travellers who like to see the ins and outs of a city they visit may want to check out various neighbourhoods to get a real feel for the local culture. One of Ottawa's many beautiful neighbourhoods is known as the Glebe. This area is located just south of downtown Ottawa, but gives a different feel to the city. The Glebe is known for its many stores and fantastic restaurants. Travellers who like to eat their way through cities will like want to check out a few eateries in the Glebe area. Here are three different restaurants to try out while visiting the Glebe:
107 Fourth Avenue Wine Bar and Cafe
This restaurant is complete with a massive wine list and delicious food. Those who visit 107 Fourth Avenue Wine Bar and Cafe can expect plenty of food that accompanies wine perfectly - everything from cheeses to olives to light salads. This French-inspired establishment matches its exquisite wine and food pairings with an inviting atmosphere. High tables, bookshelves, a chalk board menu and dark wood complete the restaurant's rustic appeal.
Arrow and Loon Pub and Restaurant
Just as 107 Fourth Avenue is known for its wine, the Arrow and Loon Pub and Restaurant has a reputation for offering many microbrews - 29 different beers to be exact, with a focus on those from Ontario and Québec. The menu is complete with hearty pub food to satisfy the hungriest of visitors. Guests can sample the different brews with one of the restaurant's many burgers.
No matter where someone travels, there is nothing quite like a lovely Italian meal. In Glebe, visitors can find this at Fratelli Restaurant. This family-owned restaurant was established in 1996 with a goal of providing friendly service, delicious food and fantastic wine, and it has been successful thus far.