Shoot Eski-Moses, I hope I’m not too late.
There are lots of watering holes on Elgin St., that’s the street that leads to the War Memorial. Lots of outdoor patios.
The Bare Fax “ballet” can be found in th Byward Market. There are lots of hot bars in the market area too.
Want a good steak? Try Al’s Steakhouse on Elgin St. Tell Sammy Garry Smith sent you.
Next door to that is Big Daddy’s Crabshack, owned by former Ottawa Rough Rider Val Belcher.
Or you could try other nite spots on Elgin St.close by, like Woody’s, or even go to Bank St.four blocks West (and parallel to Elgin st.)
Now if you want wall to wall chicks, head on over to the many hotspots in Gatineau (formerly Hull). Just watch out for the rich punks who have a tendecy to get in fights over there at the drop of a hat if you look at their chicks.
Now, on the lighter side. there are many things to see downtown, like The Parliament Bldgs, The Chateau Laurier Hotel, just down the street from the Hill, or go down behind the Chateau and visit the Locks. There are tons of Museums. Go to the Aviation Museum, The War Museum, The National Art Gallery, The Mint, The Science and Technology Museum, etc.
And check out Frank Clair Stad. on Bank St.
And if you want to see how far The Corel Centre is from downtown Ottawa for yourself, take the 417 West to Kanata. You will probably be able to take a walk around inside.
You know what Eski? Just have a good time. It’s not that hard to come by regardless of what you might have heard.
Let me know if you got this on time.