Are you single, and would like to meet other singles like you who enjoy one of many diverse styles of social dancing which include salsa, bachata, cha-cha, swing dancing and more?
Are you somewhat frustrated by getting into relationships in which your significant other is either too shy to dance or has no interest in any kind of dancing more than "regular" dancing to top 40 music at a typical club in the Market or along Elgin Street?
Do you often like to social dancing events in Ottawa but have problems in getting to know people much outside of the event?
Meet other singles who love one or more forms of social dancing and who also enjoy engaging conversations and Ottawa's culturally diverse cafés, bistros and restaurants.
We seek to bring together members who share interests in social dancing, great conversation and delicious food.
You're invited to what in my view is the best and most fun salsa dance class in the whole of Ottawa-Gatineau - Highly recommended
Go Salsa breaks down salsa dancing in easy-to-appreciate ways to make you a pro on the dance floor in ways other salsa dance classes in Ottawa-Gatineau simply cannot compete with.
Video preview: https://youtube.com/watch?v=-eL2xRv7rjU
Drop in fee: $18
Address: École Jean de-Brébeuf, 360 Boulevard de Lucerne, Gatineau, Quebec, J9A 1A
You're invited to my favourite Maple Sugar Shack in the Ottawa-Gatineau area. Please note that a $10 deposit is required once this event gets to 10 RSVPs. This $10 will be refunded to you if you respect your RSVP and attend this event which is at an exclusive Golf course restaurant.
My husband found this place online when we were looking for a 'cabane a sucre' or sugar shack this Spring. It is the restaurant for Le Sorcier golf club in Ange Gardien (about 30 minutes from downtown Hull). We had never heard of this place, but the food and the service were excellent, now we will look for an opportunity to return.
From looking at their website, the restaurant offers themed seasonal menus (e.g. Easter, Maple, Mother's day, Lobster, etc.) that show off local products. We booked a table for four for the Maple-themed menu. It was structured almost like a series of three tasting menus (appetizers, mains, desserts), but served on large wooden platters. There was the option of the 'basic' platters, and the 'discovery' platters with more luxurious dishes like foie gras, salmon gravlax, shrimp, and different dessert options. Of course, we chose the discovery option and it was amazing. We almost had to roll ourselves out of the restaurant. Everything we tasted was well prepared and of good quality. They must have a pastry chef on staff as well, because the dessert platter was just sublime.
Our server, Michelenne was welcoming and courteous. Staff was attentive without hovering over you. We had an excellent evening and would recommend it to all the foodies out there. It's worth the drive!
- Reviewer Lit