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8 Of The Best Girls' Night Out Deals In Ottawa (Sorry, No Gents Allowed)

Being a lady in Ottawa has its many perks. One of them is that there are plenty of bars and restaurants where you can eat and drink without breaking the bank. Sometimes, you can even eat for free.

Sorry, gents. These deals right here are only for the ladies:

1. Origin Trade // 111 York St.

Ladies Fridays: 5pm - Close. Free cheese board with any bottle of wine.

2. Cornerstone Bar and Grill // 92 Clarence St.

Her Way Thursdays. Celebrate girls' night with 2 appetizers or desserts and 2 mom-tinis for $20.

3. Milestones // Multiple locations.

Monday Girls' Night Out. Every Monday, 4 bellinis and 4 appetizers for $40. Just to make those Mondays easier.

4. Atari // 297 Dalhousie St.

Tuesday Ladies Night. Ladies eat free every Tuesday night from 6pm - close.

5. Crazy Horse // 115 Roland Michener Dr.

Every Friday from 9:30pm 'til close drinks are only $5 for ladies.

6. Lookout Bar // 41 York St.

Friday Fixxx every Friday from 10pm - 2am. Various deals.

7. Patty Boland's // 101 Clarence St.

$2 drinks for women in the VIP section on Fridays.

8. TailGators // 1642 Merivale Rd.

Every Thursday, ladies play pool for free plus $5 cocktails.

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