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Three Ways to Eat: Ottawa

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Three Ways to Eat: Ottawa

Year: 2016
Duration: 20 minutes (average)
Producer: Caroline Dumont
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Caroline Dumont

On your mark, get set, gorge! Take a fast paced tour of the city as Caroline Dumont finds three Ottawa restaurants that have a different spin on the same dish. From staples like burgers, pizza and poutine, to specialty options in vegetarian, seafood and small plates, Caroline finds something for every taste.

Episodes

Episode 1: Burgers

Burgers are back, and the craze is sweeping Ottawa! Standard pub-fare doesn’t cut it any more on the foodie scene, so Caroline finds three burger joints that are taking two buns and a patty to a whole new level.

Episode 2: Brunch

On weekends, we brunch! From greasy comfort foods to special occasion destinations, Caroline takes us from a farm to a pancake shack for the ultimate morning meals in Ottawa.

Episode 3: Seafood

Holy Mackrel! Who knew Ottawa had so many great seafood options? Street vendors and big spenders show Caroline where to catch the best fish dishes in the city.

Episode 4: Vegetarian

You can make friends with salad! Caroline gives up meat but refuses to sacrifice flavor as she hunts down the best vegetarian bowls and buffets in Ottawa.

Episode 5: Sweets

Sweet Caroline! Good times have never tasted so good. Caroline indulges in some of the city’s tastiest pastries and favourite frozen treats.

Episode 6: Tacos

Arriba! Caroline has a shell of a good time stuffing her plate with Ottawa’s tastiest tacos from a street-side hut, a subterranean hideout, and an upscale trailblazer.

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