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- Great way to spend a couple of hours on a summer afternoon, sipping good wines and snacking on fruit, cheese, crackers and bread. Lovely location, friendly and knowledgeable staff. Highly recommend.Written August 31, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Pretty good beer good prices good crowd plus the dogs make it awesome. Friendly staff. Easy to find close to other places to walk to.Written November 3, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Worth the visit, Many shops with different items for sale and good restaurants all around. Check out the Beaver tails at the walk up shop.Written August 3, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We picked up a "Wine Trail" map the previous day at another local winery and researched the various vineyards/wineries (wished that more wineries did this level of cooperation). I was able to book a "wine barrel table for 2" online for the wine tasting that morning. The cost of $10 per person for 6 wines was an absolute steal. When we arrived, we were transformed, this is a beautiful venue. Tom & Janet were absolutely lovely & engaging hosts. We found the 5 sampled wines & the 1 dessert wine or cider (you choose 1 from selection of 3) to be delicious; we especially enjoyed the Marquette Cab Sauv Barrel Select and the Ruby Reserve dessert wine. We also sampled their wood fired pizza and thoroughly enjoyed it with our wines. Book this, I guarantee that you will not be disappointed!Written September 4, 2023
- Perhaps the nation's capital's best beers, it's worth coming out to 'DC' for a pint (or flight!!) A wide range of beer styles for all palates, plus some other drinks that aren't beer, you'll find a quiet, peaceful place to enjoy your tipple.
Add in a cool space, some food options (only at certain times, so bring your own if you're staying a while), and fine beer for takeaway, including many of their own plus other beers from around Ontario in their "friends of Dominion City" section.
It all adds up to a fine craft brewery in Ottawa!Written August 10, 2023
- We didn't realize that this vineyard was so close to home.
We arrived about 2:30 PM to a large gravel surfaced parking area. After a short walk we were greeted at a reception desk were our contact information was taken. To our right, a short distance away, was a sampling area. Three glass wine flights were available for $8. We ordered two and walked a short distance were umbrella shaded tables were arranged within the vineyard. For those wanting food or covered seating there is a large tented seating area. Tours are available.
We did not order food but the menu was very interesting.
This was a really enjoyable experience and I recommend visiting this vineyard.Written August 28, 2021
- This was our second visit to this winery. We wanted to share the wines with our friends and they, like us, were blown away by the high quality of wines they have to offer. Jan really knows his wine and gave us a fantastic background to his winery, his family and background and the grapes. He offered us an extensive tasting - no charge as we experienced in Prince Edward County- and gave us a excellent information in wine and food pairings. His wines are all delicious.Written June 11, 2019
- The taproom has everything you need for an enjoyable visit. Their beers are very tasty. The staff are quite friendly. My wife and I really enjoy our time there. The food items from Meatings are out of this world. Everything we have had from the menu has been spectacular. You will not be sorry by visiting Broadhead for some pints and having a bite from Meatings.Written November 27, 2022
- Small place with very excellent selection of in house craft beer, amazing to get this good of beer in a small brew pub. Smallest I have seen. With take away.
Bad thing is, it closes at 9:00Written August 10, 2021
- we were greeted by friendly folks and sampled delicious beers, that go down more like cider with strong fruit notes.Written July 1, 2021
- A little off the beaten path behind Robertson Road but what a find!
Immediately on entering I was greeted and the afternoon adventure began. With a variety of beers on hand, we both experimented with two very nice beers; Alt Schule and Home Harvest a fresh hop English Ale. Both were excellent! We stuck with them but reluctantly sampled the Nog Hog, an eggnog white stout on our server's urging. I believe she is an owner and she didn't lead us astray. What a lovely beer! We both bought a case of a variety of the three we had enjoyed.
The food menu is a partnership with Ishini - a few doors down. A phone call to order our meal was made and delivered right to our table a short while later. The food was very good ; tandoori chicken wings, vegetable mini samosas, and sweet chili paneer. The bill was added to our drink tab eliminating any fuss at all at the table. What a great idea.
The facility and its washroom are accessible and clean.
An afternoon well spent. We will return!Written November 25, 2021
- Small craft brewery offering a number of their beers on tap, although most of the beers were IPAs. We enjoyed the beers we had. Very few people on weeknight.Written December 12, 2019
- Visiting in Ottawa, we took the kids to The Log Farm to see a sugarbush. Everyone paid $6 to get in (even my 2-y-o), but we all had a great time and learned many new things.
You walk through a field to get to the actual site. When we went there it was slippery from the ice and muddy in parts. Expect young kids to get dirty, it's part of the fun! There's a wagon ride hauled by a tractor to get to the actual sugarbush. There, you can see the process of the reduction of sap to maple syrup, and even more to the tire sur la neige - the maple taffy. You can purchase some right out there (have cash ready, it's $3 a stick).
When we rode back out to the site and took the kids to see all of the various animals. We also played in the corn table and finally went to the old farmhouse. There, an Irish lady in period clothing explained the story of Abraham and Matilda Bradley and their nine kids. Also, how they survived, established and thrived out in 19th century Ottawa.
It was a great day enjoyed by all.Written March 23, 2019
- Small craft brewery that was part of our tour with great beers and very nice people make it well worth a visit if you are in the area.Written October 12, 2019
- We stopped here for a tasting before lunch on our way into Ottawa and we could not have picked a better first stop for our vacation. Mike served us our flight and pints and he was a wealth of information for what we should check out while in the city. He was knowledgeable about the beer and very friendly, as well as prompt with service! What a great welcome into Ottawa! We planned on stopping at various breweries while in the city and Kichesippi was the perfect start to our vacation! Great tasting beers too of course! We really enjoyed the Hefeweizen and the 1855 Amber Ale.
Just a note to really keep your eyes peeled as you come up to the brewery as we missed it the first time around. Google maps makes it seem as if you are turning onto a street when in fact it is the parking lot and it's right there. It looks like an old car dealership. Really cool building and a great space inside. Thanks again Mike! Cheers!Written July 16, 2022
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