City Guide: Boston – Where to Eat

Boston is a vibrant capital city embodies the quaint New England charm in a world-class city filled with cultural neighbourhoods, world-class museums and architecture. From historic walking tours along the cobblestone streets to modern marketplaces nestled beside skyscrapers; there is something in the city for everyone. Boston is a city filled with historic districts juxtaposed with modern day flare where tourists and locals alike find themselves wandering through the Boston Common, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the cobblestone streets of Boston’s oldest neighbourhood (the North End – Italian) and enjoying some of the most beautiful sites the city has to offer. Here is a list of some of the delicious restaurants that should not be missed the next time you go to Boston! Loco Taqueria & Oyster Bar (412 West Broadwary): Located in the eclectic South Boston neighbourhood, LOCO is a local favourite that specializes in tacos, has a raw bar and…

Exploring Ottawa: Lowertown Brewery

Located in the heart of the vibrant Byward Market in Ottawa, be sure to stop by Lowertown Brewery on your next visit for some craft beer and comfort food. With a jam packed menu of delicious sandwiches and freshly made sides, this brewery offers more to its customers than just a unique and seasonal selection of beer. During my last visit to Ottawa, I dropped by to learn more about their delicious flight of beers with the help of their brewmaster Adam Pines. We began the tasting with the LOWERTOWN LAGER. Brewed in the style of the German Lager, this refreshing and light well-balanced beer. Inspired by what makes craft beer so in demand today, the LOWERTOWN PALE ALE is perfectly balanced with malt and hops, giving it a nice round finish. If you’re looking for a refreshing red wheat beer, than look no further than the LOWERTOWN RED FIFE that is made with its true amber…