With 2020 underway, we are into our second season of welcoming neighbours into Working Title: Kitchen + Café. And we plan to warm you up with our great food and hospitality.
Our restaurant is becoming a hot spot for date nights, family outings, and after-work happy hour drinks and sharing plates. We are open for dinner until 10pm Monday to Friday evenings. Just come on down or make a reservation. We are also thrilled to introduce more house-made cakes and pastries to our offerings. Drop us a line at Working Title, or ask one of our baristas the next time you are in, if you are looking for a beautiful cheese cake to take home and serve at your next dinner party.
Movie Night is back by popular demand! Beginning tonight, every Friday night from January-April bring your kids to dinner and a movie (suggested ages: 3-10, cost: $10 per child), while you enjoy an evening of drinks and dining in our Working Title: Kitchen + Café. No reservations necessary, just come down for an impromptu evening out that the whole family can enjoy!
Don’t forget about brunch every Sunday, where your favourite menu will be getting some seasonal touches by Chef Nena Ngo! Watch for an updated menu starting January 19 to include Polenta & Duck, and Brioche French Toast with whipped salted caramel, chocolate hazelnut crumble and maple!
Leanne Moussa and the allsaints team
Upcoming Events at allsaints event space
January 13 from 5-7pm, Jessica Forrest from the University of Ottawa and Jennifer Baker from Sierra Club Canada Foundation will tell you all about Bees in the Wild and in your Backyard. Our Chefs will ensure there are some yummy honey filled treats on hand for purchase. You will also have a chance to ask any questions you have buzzing around!
We hope that this will be the first of many Science Cafes we host! If you have an idea for a future theme, drop us a note or let us know when you come to the Bees event
Join us every Friday night from 5pm – 10pm for a night out while we entertain your children with dinner and a movie for only $10 per child! Let us know your are coming by visiting our Eventbrite link or just pop in any Friday night from January – April! You can check out the dinner menu for your night out on our Working Title web-site.
Join the Scottish Society of Ottawa as they celebrate Robbie Burns Day on January 25 beginning at 6pm. Enter at 330 Laurier Avenue East through Working Title Kitchen + Café for a cocktail hour, then join us for a traditional meal, entertainment and dancing in Borden Hall. Tickets are available here.
From January 23-26 you can join Road to Compassion a 5 Rhythms Movement Workshop. This life-transforming practice is suitable for all levels of physical fitness over the age of 14. It supports whatever practice you are exploring now, or offers an excellent start to self-exploration. No previous experience is necessary.
When our hearts are closed, our ability to love is diminished. If the entrance to love is tight, life may seem grey and meaningless. Opening one’s heart a little bit in life brings creativity and an increased ability to give and receive love. A lot of heart opening means we don’t chase love, we become a beacon of love and it naturally flows to us.
Join us every Sunday from 10am – 3pm for brunch. Seating is first come first serve, except for groups of over 10 who are encouraged to reserve. Menu updates are always available at Working Title Kitchen + Cafe.