"Shared equally by SAW Gallery and SAW Video, Club SAW is described as a presentation and screening space. SAW (Sussex Annex Works) was incorporated in 1976 by a group of Ottawa printmakers and continues to be a valuable asset for Ottawa area new media artists.
"They sure don't make 'em like they used to. As one of the few remaining "real" taverns in Ottawa, The Elmdale House Tavern is one of those places that will remind you of a place long forgotten, the kind of place where you may walk in a stranger but will leave with solid friends.
Legend has it that Fatboys founder Shawn Dawson was inspired after a 1000-mile road trip on his Harley Davidson FATBOY. A trip that took him through the Carolinas, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. After 25 years in the restaurant business, this was what he had always been looking for…
Locally focused music shop. New & used LPs, 45s, cassettes, zines, guitar string, drum sticks, one of a kind nicnax and more.
"The GigSpace is intended to enlighten, inspire, educate and promote music and musicians.
Hooch Bourbon House is nestled away on Rideau St. in Downtown Ottawa. Bourbon House / Raw Bar / Seafood & Southern Cuisine LIVE Acoustic Music Open 5pm – 2am daily
Located at 1077 Bank st, the House of TARG will feature the best in live music, pinball, old school arcade machines and perogies. Yeah that's right. Perogies!!!
Opened as Cap’n Pinkey’s by Irene Corey in 1985, this iconic Glebe pub has been a spiritual home to artists and musicians for a quarter of a century. Irene's hosts musical events, art showing and special gatherings for the community.It is stocked with a variety of single malt whiskies, draft beers and a traditioanl, eclectic pub food menu.