Ottawa offers its visitors a truly amazing culinary experience including a chocolatier that’s been practicing a perfect chocolate making process for over 100 years.
Canadian War Museum
This is the best museum in Ottawa. Make sure you visit Memorial Hall, located in the foyer of the building. It’s an amazing room that just cannot be described with words.
Mill St. Brew Pub
Situated within an old mill right on the river, it’s unlike other restaurants in that it’s a pub, brewery and dining experience packed into one. The beer selection is huge and you can experience a brewery tour before or after sitting down for a meal.
Haunted Walk of Ottawa
You walk around familiar places in Ottawa with a tour guide and a lantern. You’ll never look at the Bytown Museum the same way.
Royal Canadian Mint
With so many gorgeous coins you are bound to find some souvenirs that aren’t on sale anywhere else. You absolutely have to try to lift the gold bar before you leave. If you can, you get to keep it (just kidding).
Stubbe Chocolates serves up over 35 different flavors of truffles including beer, raspberry champagne, and green tea. The first storefront was opened in 1845 in Germany. The company migrated to Canada but has been practicing the same method of making exquisite chocolate for over 170 years.
Georgetown Sports Pub
This is Ottawa’s number one soccer pub and you can find almost any match on one of its screens. The menu offers some unexpected surprises, including the deep-fried Mars bar offered under the desserts section.
Chocolate, beer and deep-fried Mars bars await you in Ottawa. Add all these spots to your bucket list and don’t miss out on the delicious experience.