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Here's A Map That Will Take You To The Most Delicious Snack Foods In Ottawa

We all have those days where all you want to do is snack. For me, that's everyday, but you get what I'm saying.

You just can't seem to stop eating, you want every savoury and sweet snack in Ottawa but you don't know where to start. We all need a cheat day every once and a while, and this could be the ultimate one. Definitely don't put any of these foods into your fitness tracker, trust me.

So if you're having one of those days where you just want all the food, here you go. You now have an excuse to try out a bunch of restaurants in Ottawa, while actually not spending that much money. Grab some friends and try it out–you can never have too much food.

via @darcykir

Stop 1: Kettleman's Bagels // 912 Bank Street

Cinnamon rolls

via @jeanjezreel

Stop 2: The WORKS // 2525 Bank Street

Onion rings

via @jamanda77

Stop 3: El Camino // 380 Elgin Street

Guacamole

via @sarahnc_

Stop 4: Brother's Beer Bistro // 366 Dalhousie Street

Charcuterie board

via @atariottawa

Stop 5: Atari // 297 Dalhousie Street

Truffle fries

via @botteganicastro

Stop 6: La Bottega Nicastro // 64 George Street

Nutella croissant

via @_tortue

Stop 7: Mill St. Brew Pub // 555 Wellington Street

Tater tots

via @jameshudsontaylor

Stop 8: Hintonburger // 1096 Wellington Street West

Corn dog

via @clarissatremblay

Stop 9: The Wellington Diner // 1385 Wellington Street West

Mac and cheese

via @billingsbridge

Stop 10: Swiss Pastries // 205 Richmond Road

Soft pretzel

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