TOO HOT TO COOK

Ottawa Magazine - - NEWS - BY SARAH BROWN, CINDY DEACHMAN, ANNE DESBRISAY, AND KATIE SHAPIRO

We can’t take the heat, so we’re leav­ing the kitchen and head­ing for pa­tios, pic­nic spots, and cool late-night bars

When the mer­cury nears 30 de­grees, the last thing you want to do is slave over a hot stove. This sum­mer, leave the kitchen be­hind and head out for a pic­nic, hit up a food cart, or sit on a breezy pa­tio and en­joy a cold drink.

Time Out

The lat­est ad­di­tion to Beech­wood Av­enue is Sun­dae School, which prom­ises that bliss­ful tri­fecta of ice cream, sauce, and a cherry (or two) on top. Owner Lind­say Taub (a.k.a. the Chief Sun­dae Of­fi­cer) doles out small-batch ice creams from Carp Cus­tom Cream­ery and clas­sic sauces made in house (think hot fudge and salted caramel). En­joy the hip class­room at­mos­phere, or head to the pa­tio. From $8. Sun­dae School, 222 Beech­wood Ave.

Con­trib­u­tors: Sarah Brown, Cindy Deachman, Anne DesBrisay, Marc Fowler, Remie Ge­of­froi, Chris­tian Lalonde, Katie Shapiro, Ben Wel­land, Noah Witenoff

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