Byward Market Ottawa Reviews
Byward Market is great place to visit Jun 25, 2011
The Byward Market is oldest and largest public markets in Ottawa, look like old town but it's markets. This place is great for visit, history, food fresh, restaurant, pubs and bars! That's one best in Ottawa for nightlife. So, I've enjoyed this place! That's beautiful keep traditional since historic where start in Ottawa.
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Wonderfull place to stroll and pick something up to eat! May 13, 2010
The Byward market is Ottawa oldest and biggest market. It has everything from meat and produce, to restaurants, pubs, and coffee shops.
88- Restaurants, including 3 - 24 hour restaurants (Mello’s, Zak’s and Dunn’s)
35 – Food Retail Establishments
23 – Nightlife and Entertainment Venues – including:
The Chateau Lafayette – Ottawa’s oldest tavern, established in 1849, and the home to the ‘Lucky Ron Show’
25 – Arts, Culture and Education Facilities – and home to:
The National Gallery of Canada
Notre Dame Basilica – Ottawa’s oldest and largest church – opened in 1885
11 - Books and News Shops
57 – Fashion Shops –
Home of designer Richard Robinson’s shop and haute couture school
18 – House and Home Shops
19 – Boutiques
39 - Health and Beauty Salons
43 – Services
The byward market is a MUST for any tourist visiting the Ottawa area.
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Jun 13, 2007
If you're looking for somewhere to eat, head to Byward Market and you'll undoubtedly find something you like. This is a unique street filled with lively pubs and restaurants of every type. I wandered here unexpectedly on my first night in Ottawa and was pleasantly surprised with the choices available - it was hard to make up my mind! Spend some time to stroll down the street and take in the friendly, lively atmosphere.
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