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Osgoode, Ottawa : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Restaurant
“Great Wine bar near by - fun small plates, good price for nice bottles of wine. Cozy atmosphere.”
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Casino
“Just a twenty-four minute drive. "Rideau Carleton Raceway hosts year-round live standardbred harness horse racing. We also offer off track wagering on simulcast racing, harness and thoroughbred, from across Canada and around the world. You can view the races from the track side tarmac and our dining room. We host a number of events in our dining room such as country nights and fundraisers." Source: OLG Slots at Rideau Carleton Raceway website”
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Museum
“Just a twelve minute drive. "Watson’s Mill, Ontario in Canada is a unique 1860’s grist and flour mill located in Manotick, on the shores of the Rideau River. A working industrial heritage site in greater Ottawa, it has a remarkable history linked to local politics, the building of a country, and a tragic love story. The WMMI mandate is to preserve Watson’s Mill as a working historic grist and flour mill, and a social, cultural and educational focal point for the community and visitors." Source: Watson's Mill website”
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Route
“Shopping, food, parades and so much more! Check out Bank Street that runs from the South end of the city all the way to Downtown where the action is!”
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Quartier
“Manotick is bounded by both Bankfield Road and Mitch Owens Road on the north, and the Rideau River on the south. The eastern border is described by Highway 416, Third Line, Roger Stevens, First Line, Phelan, Flag Station, and Dozois Roads. The western border is described by Third Line, Carsonby, and McCordick Roads. The neighbourhood includes the communities of Manotick Village, Long Island, Colony Heights, and Mahogany. Manotick takes its name from an Ojibwa word meaning ’island in the river’. The Manotick area was first settled during the 1830s by Moss Kent Dickinson (who also named the community) and Joseph Merrill Currier for the primary purposes of logging, milling, and trading following the construction of the Rideau Canal. However, as the commercial importance of the Rideau Canal declined so did the town’s commercial significance. Today residents continue to celebrate the town’s early regard with a one day festival every June. Source: Ottawa Neighbourhood Study website”
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Restaurant
“Legendary Black Dog Bistro has great food, a large patio, and is next to the Mill Tavern.”
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Establishment
“Horse racing Thursday and Sundays and a great $20 buffet dinner. Slots as well!”
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Airport
“Ottawa's largest and International airport The suite is a $20 -$40 uber ride depending on your type of uber and if there is surge pricing. We are an 18-30 minute drive from the airport depending on traffic”
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Pub
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“Moxie's is a restaurant with great food and friendly staff I would definetly recommend trying this place!”
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Épicerie
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Establishment
“Played here several times, lots of trees, 18 hole course. Great menu, and they do many tournaments throughout the season, as well as themed dinners all year round.”
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Restaurant
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Pharmacy
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Cafe
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“Everyone loves Tims! It's quite busy as the locals all seem to meet there.”
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Arcade
“Not a big fan, but lots of locals are and very popular with the snowmobiles. The menu is decent, they have a liquor license. Eat in, take out, and they also deliver.”
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Establishment
“Nice open course, and they have a driving range. Super close to the village.”
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