The best area one can go to that has a variety of discotheques
and bars is the Byward Market in Ottawa, about 15 minute drive from our tournament location. At the Byward Market you will
find all types of restaurants, bars and discotheques. Club Caliente offers Salsa, Merengue and Bachata to those who love latin
music and dance. Its very friendly and a place to find romance, great dance partners, and friends. Up the street from Club
Caliente you will find a great Piano Bar, and in my mind a must visit. Restaurants are plenty as well, Casa do Churraco on
190 Dalhousie, and many others in the core of the Marked area. Follow this link and browse for what you like before
you come to town:
Another great area is right downtown Hull and experience the Night life the
Quebec Style. Le Petit Chicago is just one of many other bars on the Promenade du Portage Street, and it offer a nice acoustic
sound and relaxed atmosphere in a French Canadian way. Most patrons speak both languages (French and English) and its a great
place to meet a more refined clientele that likes to engage in a good conversation.
Restaurants - Cafés
We do not have many Portuguese Restaurants or Cafes, but here is a few. Cafe Caco on 77 Montreal Rd. is open
till late hours 1am and has a good weekend clientele mixte with French Canadian Ontarians that animate a good night of Kareoke.
As for Dinning out there is El Meson, a fine Spanish and Portuguese Restaurant,
And for a fun and family and friends get together, there is our famous Casa
Do Churrasco at 190 Dalhousie:
Many other restaurants are available on the Byward Market in Ottawa, and all
in a walking distance to bars and discos.
Another great place for dinner, dance, and beach, is the Aylmer Marina, much closer to our events, folks that
speak both languages and a great outdoor patio overlooking the Ottawa River: http://aylmermarina.com
Scenery and Parks
down on us right into our Urban setting, with entry close by our soccer fields, you can go into the Park of Gatineau. On the
way up to the summit, there are many stops for see lakes, and walks. The ride from Tache, by the University of Quebec, all
the way up to the top, is about 30 minutes but worth every minute. Once you reach the top you will have to turn around, but
stop for 15 minutes and look down on Aylmer and the Ottawa Rivers. Once the threshold of Glaciors today a wonderful inspiring
Now as for Museums, you have to drive downtown Gatineau (Hull) but that is allways on the same street, no turning,
just straight east from our fields, and you can visit the War Museum or/and the Museum of Civilization, both great activities.
The Museum of Civilization also offers the Huge Screen in 3D documentary films that make you feel like your part of the story.
Here is the link: http://www.civilization.ca/splash.html