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Westboro Ottawa Ontario
At the beginning of the 1800s, this region consisted primarily of a rural hamlet with a sprinkling of farms here and there. In the 1870s, sawmills opened their doors, which attracted both employees and local businesses. In the year 1900, an electric trolley began operating along the route that is today known as the Byron linear park and footpath. This allowed for convenient access to the downtown area. The neighbourhood went through a number of transformations, and in the 2000s, a considerable gentrification took place, which was in part prompted by the entry of the well-known Canadian retailer Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC). Westboro quickly became one of the most hip neighbourhoods in the city as more boutiques, bars, and coffee shops opened there in quick succession.
Richmond Road, the primary thoroughfare of Westboro, is lined on both sides with an interesting assortment of retail establishments. MEC, Bushtukah, Westend Kids, and Lululemon Athletica are popular destinations for sporty types looking for the most up-to-date equipment.
You can find ladies’ fashion at Tallow, Fashion United, and Manhattan West, and you can find consigned fashion at Rikochet Resale. Stop by the world-famous Roots, get an Ottawa-shaped necklace at Magpie Jewellery, and find consigned fashion at Rikochet Resale. Fashion and accessories can be found all over the neighbourhood.
Find natural wellness goods at Saje, pick up some culinary equipment at Kitchenalia, and select some stunning Canadian art at Wall Space Gallery to improve both your health and your home life.
Dining and drinking
You won’t go hungry in Westboro since the city has everything from food carts to high-end eateries.
Give the quirky Bite a try. This “cook shack,” going to The Works for gourmet burgers, ordering a specialty thin crust pizza at Fiazza Fresh Fired, getting fresh rolls at MHK Sushi, saying “oui” to The Savoy Brasserie, going to Gezellig for refined global food, and improving your vegetarian game at Pure Kitchen are all great options.
You can satisfy your craving for sweets by biting into the decadence at the Cupcake Lounge, getting freshly made macarons and crêpes at Quelque Chose Patisserie, chilling out with homemade gelato at Wedel’s Touch of Europe, or indulging in French delicacies at Chez Francois – Plaisirs de Provence or Mamie Clafoutis.
Both Bridgehead and Clocktower Brew Pub are local chains, so you can hang out with the community there and enjoy some wonderful craft beer or fair trade coffee and tea.
Attractions, pursuits, and goings-on are included.
Westboro is a bustling community throughout the whole year, but more so during the months when the temperature is above freezing.
At Westboro Beach, located on the Ottawa River, you may take part in a variety of water activities, relax on the powdery sand, and take in breathtaking sunsets. In addition, the Maplelawn estate may be seen near the westernmost tip of Westboro. This property was designated as a National Historic Site in 1831. The unusual walled garden that is next to the stone house is a beautiful and groomed place that is maintained by volunteers. The stone house itself is home to a Keg Steakhouse. Wonderful location for taking pictures in the summer and fall!
During the spring, Westboro Village hosts an event called Shop the Village, which is an opportunity for the community to get together and celebrate the local business community. The terraces that run beside the main street are always packed with people throughout the summer, and Byron Linear Park plays host to the Ottawa Farmers Market on Saturdays. During the annual Wickedly Westboro Scavenger Hunt, you’ll want to keep an eye out for things like ghosts, spiders, skulls, and more as the leaves begin to change colour in the fall.
When the weather is nice, the recreational routes that run down the Ottawa River are bustling with people using bicycles, roller blades, pole walkers, and running shoes. The portion of the Kichi Sibi Trail that is between Westboro and the Canadian War Museum in the vicinity of downtown Ottawa transforms into the Kichi Sibi Winter Trail during the winter months. This groomed snow trail is utilized by a variety of users, including those who ski cross-country, snowshoe, ride fat bikes, and stroll. The pinnacle of urban flora and fauna
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