The Branch Restaurant nourishes responsibly by brandishing a menu of delectable organic fare conceived by a published cookbook author. Within The Branch's art-ensconced confines, sate the most gargantuan of lunch appetites with the restaurant's signature rubber boots buffet, which includes a spread of homemade bread, two soups, salads, a hot entree, and a hot date ($9.99; Sundays $12.99 with extra options). Or, reserve digestive energy for the third-pound Branchburger ($13.99) made with 100% local, naturally raised beef. Dinnertime beckons worldly fare to congregate on the menu with an array of hunger-hobblers such as stir-fry ($15.99), which adorns tofu with seasonal veggies and a sweet-spicy sauce, or cheese fondue ($9.99), coating veggies with a more delicious veneer than their natural briefcases. Hunger cowers before the eatery's Austin City Limits platter of Texas-style barbecue, the fruits of which run a gut-sating gamut of house-smoked beef brisket, spicy house-smoked beef and pork sausage, barbecue sauce, beans, and jalapeno-cheddar cornbread ($22.99). House-made desserts ($5.99–$6.99) and kiddie offerings such as grilled cheese and a chicken wrap ($5.99–$9.98) complement the menu's conscientious cornucopia.
Since its humble beginnings in Edmonton, Alberta in 1964, Boston Pizza has grown into Canada-wide franchise that serves more than 20 gourmet pizzas. The menu boasts more than 100 items, ranging from crispy chicken wings dressed in spicy to sweet sauces and rubs to succulent burgers and sandwiches. Big-screen TVs broadcast hockey or prime ministers' wrestling matches as guests dig into hearty pastas or dive into desserts such as the Chocolate Doughcano.
Mustache Joe's, named for the man?and the mustache?who founded the restaurant, is a casual and comfortable spot for a business lunch or special evening meal. From the menu, chefs plate familiar classics, starting off with colorful and fresh caprese salads before transitioning to larger, heartier plates of their signature seafood linguine, tossed with shrimp, scallops, and lobster meat. During lunch, guests can head up to the counter for a quick, easy meal of pasta, panini, or a small personal pizza.
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• For $20, you get $40 worth of traditional Greek cuisine during dinner. • For $10, you get $20 worth of traditional Greek cuisine during lunch. Kallisto Greek Restaurant rouses dormant taste buds with an authentic menu of savoury Mediterranean dishes sporting robust flavours and complex herb and spice marinades. Diners can jump-start meals with rice-and-herb dolmades, cocooned in hand-rolled grape leaves ($6), or can help pita rafts negotiate garlic-infused, moon-controlled tides of hummus ($6). Charbroiled lamb souvlaki, flanked by a salad and Greek-style potatoes, stands at the ready to quell carnivorous cravings ($10 at lunch, $16 at dinner). Seafood lovers, meanwhile, can find more surf-derived proteins than at a pelican potluck, with offerings such as seafood linguine, which cradles shrimp, scallops, and mussels in a pasta hammock ($22). Entrees pair agreeably with palate-pleasing selections from Kallisto's substantial wine list.
Voted one of the 10 best restaurants in Ottawa by Ottawa Magazine, this rural eatery in the heart of Ottawa Valley grows, forages, prepares, and presents fare straight from organic Castlegarth Farm Gardens and other local producers. The menu reflects the season's finest bounty, and everything in the restaurant is homemade, from the bread to the ice cream to the elf-crocheted tablecloths. Though vittles vary daily, past appetizers have included a homemade charcuterie plate and fresh Prince Edward Island oysters ($6–$14). Former main courses, such as roast chicken breast with summer-vegetable ratatouille and roasted potatoes, and the Castlegarth grilled beef flank steak with sautéed artichokes and porcini mushrooms ($20–$28), have been served alongside desserts that included a dark-chocolate tart with peanut-butter mousse and peaches ($6–$14). Diners can discuss alternate endings to their Winston Churchill fan fiction while perusing the vast wine menu, which features both Canadian and international wines ($25–$150 a bottle).