Celebrating @healthypetshq on Downtown Bank! Last weekend, Healthy Pets HQ had their 5th anniversary🎉😻 we are so thrilled for this wonderful shop and admire all of their hard work. Along with their amazing selection of pet foods and products, did you know that they have kittens for adoption (including the one in this photo 👆)? Healthy Pets HQ are active in supporting rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of companion animals - so stop in today and adopt your new best friend ❤️
#tbt to our Pride Dinner with @dominioncity last week!
Pride week is done...but we're proud all year long!
If you haven't tried it yet, we have our collaboration brew with Dominion City, 1971, on tap and in cans. Yes, both!!! 🍻 🍽📸 @lisabustinout 🏳️🌈📸 @b1keridingpinko
There are some #beautiful late-#19thCentury houses around #DundonaldPark , many in a #QueenAnneRevival style.
Again, this is the full city block between #SomersetWest and #MacLarenStreet , and Bay and #LyonStreet — just a few blocks north of #HollywoodParade which I posted months ago, and two blocks west of #DowntownBank . The #park is one of Ottawa’s oldest; the surrounding buildings date from the mid-1890s and later. This area is just a block south from the Centretown heritage conservation district, in its own #conservation “Heritage Overlay”.
“Centretown is one of the oldest communities in Ottawa. Due to its long history, Centretown contains a broad mix of architectural styles. At one time, the central portion of Centretown could be described as being a predominantly ‘heritage residential’ built form of low-to-mid rise. However, over the past 15 years Centretown has undergone signi cant changes. Today, the present uses and character of the area are much more diverse.
“The Centretown Heritage Conservation District is also subject to the zoning controls established under Section 60 of the Zoning By-law, known as the Heritage Overlay.
“Adopted in 1978, a Heritage Overlay is an additional layer of zoning regulations imposed ‘over’ an area to encourage the retention of existing heritage buildings. The regulations of the Heritage Overlay over-ride any underlying zoning. Most Heritage Conservation Districts in Ottawa are subject to a Heritage Overlay.
Heritage Overlays are non-place speci c and regardless of their local neighbourhood context, enforce three basic rules”
3rd Annual Boxing Day Brunch!
December 26th 10AM to 3PM
Fuel up before hitting the malls, or even better, avoid the malls altogether, grab your favourite people and join us for our once a year brunch!
5% of all sales will go to our amazing neighbours at HighJinx
Reservations at cloverottawa.ca or 613.680.8803
Enjoying the snow? Come by and get a ginger snowflake to complement it