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Hana
Hana
September 6, 2020
Fun street with lots of restaurants
Gina And Nathan
Gina And Nathan
March 11, 2020
Just west of Chinatown, Ottawa’s Little Italy offers more than just your favourite pasta or gelato – it’s a multi-ethnic neighbourhood centred around Preston Street. As expected, Little Italy is the mecca for authentic Italian food in Ottawa. But Greek, Indian and Asian flavours, plus other unique…
Ryan
Ryan
December 5, 2019
Tons of high quality restaurants, boutique shops all walking distance.
Mia
Mia
October 11, 2019
Little Italy in Mainly on Preston street. It's a vibrant part of Ottawa full of culture, events, festivals, comedy clubs and excellent culinary choices.
Maximus
Maximus
September 20, 2019
Preston Street is the heart of Ottawa's Little Italy neighbourhood, it offers tree-lined streets, award-winning Italian and international cuisine and independent boutiques

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“Ottawa’s Chinatown is a compact and multicultural community centred around Somerset Street West, between Centretown and Little Italy (just west of Bronson Avenue). History - In the early 20th century, the area that is now Chinatown was home to mostly working-class Irish and Italian immigrants, while the local Chinese population was scattered throughout downtown. After the First World War, Chinese immigrants set up businesses along Somerset Street West. When Ottawa welcomed thousands of Vietnamese refugees in 1979, many settled in the area. Through the 1990s and 2000s, the neighbourhood developed an official identity and was eventually designated as the Chinatown Business Improvement Area. A beautiful Chinatown Gateway, or Royal Arch, was unveiled in 2010 as a joint project with Beijing, Ottawa’s sister city­. Sights, shopping and dining - After entering the impressive Gateway at Somerset Street West near Bronson Avenue, you’ll feel inspired to explore diverse businesses like funky local soap brand Purple Urchin. And you’ll easily satisfy your sushi, pho, ramen or dim sum cravings at the many Asian restaurants. Visit the traditional Yangtze Dining Lounge for classic Chinese cuisine, or the festive Shanghai Restaurant – open since 1971 – for Asian dishes and drag queen karaoke on Saturday nights. Finish off the evening with cocktails and live entertainment at a venue like the cozy The Art House Café.”
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Lake
“Check out the shops, and restos of the Glebe; take a stroll along the Rideau Canal; and go to a game at Lansdowne! ”
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Route
“Lots of trendy boutique stores line this street near the intersection of Rideau Street.”
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University
“Carleton University Campus, short bus ride from Bronson St directly to campus.”
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Ottawa, ON