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17 Junk Foods In Ottawa To Indulge In Since You Don't Need That #SummerBod Anymore

It's officially September, which in our eyes means it's fall. I know that summer actually ends on September 22nd, but to everyone else, when Pumpkin Spice Lattes come out, we call quits on summer. 

Even though it's supposed to be nice for the next few weeks, bikinis are slowly being put away and that means you don't have to wish away any foods that you've been craving for months. You deserve to treat yourself and indulge in all the foods you want! 

No reason to suck in your stomachs now, so here are 15 foods in Ottawa to indulge in since you don't need that summer body anymore: 

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Foot Long Hot Dog at The King Eddy // 45 Clarence Street 

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Pop-Tart at Red Door Provisions // 117 Beechwood Ave

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Any donut of your choice from Maverick's Donut Company // 1500 Bank St

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Mac n' Cheese Grilled Cheese at MLTDWN // 50 Rideau Street

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Big Mac Pizza at Industria Pizzeria + Bar // 225 Marché Way

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Any unreal cone from Chocolats Favoris // Multiple Locations 

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Green Onion Fried Chicken at The Fry // Multiple Locations

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Matcha Monaka at Ching's Kitchen // 641 Somerset St W

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Grilled Cheese Poutine at The Great Canadian Poutinerie // 200 Deschamps Ave

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Churro everything at La Catrina Churros Dessert Bar // 105 B Clarence Street

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Sour Cream Mayo Covered Corn at Ace Mercado // 121 Clarence Street

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Breakfast Burger at Art Is In Bakery // 250 City Centre Ave

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Waffle Bubble Ice Cream Sundae at Hangout // 839 Somerset St W

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Any burger from Burgers n' Fries Forever // Multiple Locations 

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Mini Corn Dogs from OCCO Kitchen // 3018 St Joseph Blvd

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Any of the delicious sundaes at Sundae School // 222 Beechwood Ave

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Philly Cheese Steak Mac at Flapjack's Canadian Diner // 354A Preston St 

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