Osgoode Properties is proud to have a prime location where residents can enjoy the finest foods in Centretown while leaving their cars at home. The Juliana (100 Bronson Avenue) is minutes from the heart of downtown Ottawa, the home of many top-rated restaurants in the city.

 

Beckta Dining and Wine Bar – 150 Elgin Street

Beckta Dining and Wine Bar is on the corner of Elgin Street and Gloucester Street. Beckta has two menus to accommodate each of their dining areas. One area is for guests without reservations to sample their fine wines and finger foods. The second area is spread across four floors in four intimate dining rooms.

The wine bar features delicious international red, white and sparkling wines. The competition is fierce for the thee-course prix-fixe menus and five-course chef’s tasting dinners. Reservations are highly encouraged.

The Whalesbone Oyster House – 430 Bank Street

Go to The Whalesbone Oyster House for the highest quality seafood harvested only from Ocean Wide sustainable sources. Whalesbone is consistently ranked as one of the best restaurants in downtown Ottawa, serving classic Pacific Cod Fish and Chips, Fish Cake Bahn Mi and Scallop Ceviche.

As the staff will tell you, the gregarious crowd is lively and complements the cozy seating arrangements. The decor has been described as old-school yet modern with ample room near the front ceiling-to-ceiling window. Find Whalesbone on the corner of Backstreet and Gladstone Avenue, a 22-minute walk south of The 07-Juliana.

Hy’s Steakhouse and Cocktail Bar – 70 Queen Street

There is nothing more satisfying than a premium steak. Hy’s Steakhouse and Cocktail Bar is popular not only because of its location in the historic Byward 03-Market, but its traditional decor and mouth-watering dishes.

The most popular menu items include Prime Porterhouse and Fillet Mignon Steaks, Lobster and King Crab Legs. The semi-private dining room seats up to twenty people in lavish velvet booths surrounded by dark wood paneling and exposed brick walls. The Parliament Room offers full private dining for up to 34 people with tables under traditional chandeliers.

The Black Tomato – 11 George Street

It feels like you’re in a charming European villa when dining at The Black Tomato. Their 39-seat patio and indoor area is situated in a beautiful stone heritage building surrounded by a cobble-stone courtyard nestled in the Byward 03-Market.

Black Tomato uses only fresh ingredients to make their signature dishes like Chicken Curry Filos, Orecchiette with Breaded Lamb and Grilled O’Brien Farms Beef Tenderloin. Their single-malt Scotch lines the bar alongside premium dr08-Aughts and spirits. This fine-dining haven is near the corner of Sussex Drive and George Street, a 23-minute walk east of The 07-Juliana.

Whether for fresh seafood or tenderloin steaks, The 07-Juliana is in the perfect spot for the best fine dining in the Capital City.