Lansdowne Park is a world-class Ottawa attraction that blends modern sports amenities, shopping, restaurants, heritage buildings and green space. This urban Ottawa tourism destination is centered right in the heart of The Glebe – home to TD Place, Craft Beer Market, Local Lounge and Grill, Jack Astor’s Ottawa, Whole Foods Market, the REDBLACKS/67’s/Fury FC Team Store and so much more!
Lansdowne Park Restaurants and Bars
CRAFT Beer Market
CRAFT Beer Market – Restaurant + Bar is a premium casual restaurant with a passion for fresh local food and great craft beer. Launched in Calgary in 2011 and now just opened in Ottawa, with over 100 local and international beers, including a one-of-a-kind weekly cask brew, and an extensive list of wine, cocktails, spirits and non-alcoholic options.
Jack Astor’s Lansdowne
This new Ottawa Lansdowne restaurant is a totally unique and refreshed concept for the Jack Astor’s brand. It’s still super fun and authentically friendly, but they’ve shaken things up a fair bit with new menu items – including fresh tacos, delicious board nachos, mouth watering burgers and a large craft beer selection in Ottawa.
Already well known in Western Canada for their casual fine dining concept, JOEY Restaurants CEO Jeff Fuller describes a “lively and luxurious” interior with patio spaces featuring “a vacation atmosphere.”
South St. Burger Company
Another Ottawa debut with premium, 100% pure, fresh and gluten-free Angus Beef burgers, grilled chicken breasts, New York Fries and more in a contemporary New York loft-style environment.
Local Lounge and Grill
Described as an “urban retreat” featuring VQA wines, cocktails and craft brewed draught beers, along with a menu of favourites prepared with seasonal local ingredients. Crazy awesome gyozas!
At Milestones, enjoy the intimacy of the dining experience in the comfort of warm lighting and a cozy booth, or the buzz in the bar.
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