Here are some of the exciting things happening around Thyme & Again!
With spring around the corner, Thyme & Again is looking for enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing people who are passionate about customer service and food to join our team! Availability should be flexible- weekdays, weekends, and evenings. Experience is necessary.
We are looking for experienced and conscientious individuals to join our award-winning, creative, and energetic catering team!
Thyme & Again is known for exceptional customer service, innovation, and community involvement. Our goal for each event is to create a memorable and genuine experience for our clients and each other. The ideal candidate has a passion for food and service, enjoys fast-paced and dynamic environments, is naturally outgoing, and is excited by new challenges.
If you are interested in this opportunity we would love to talk with you.
Provide exceptional food & beverage service at varied high-end catering functions, Experience required , Works well under pressure and can adapt well to different work environments, Must have Smart Serve Certification, Driver’s License is an asset, Bilingualism is an asset.
Availability: Day, evenings and weekends
Thyme & Again offers a creative work environment with training opportunities and competitive wages
Please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve got a tasty addition to your fridge now featured in our Grab & Go selections! Try our Smoked Olive Tapenade – made of delicious smoked Kalamata olives, capers, garlic, fire roasted tomato, extra virgin olive in a 250 ml container. Ready for entertaining or the perfect night in you can find it in our shop or available for pre purchase online!
Spring is finally in the air here in Ottawa! It’s the perfect time to enjoy a chilled beverage when you’re out in the neighbourhood. Come enjoy a freshly squeezed lemonade and all of your favourite iced coffee variations. Come check out our spring menu additions in shop today!
We are now stocking products from Kinsip House of Fine Spirits, a Prince Edward County producer, on the shelves of our retail shop.
Selections include their Whiskey Barrel Aged Maple Syrup and a selection of cocktail bitters in Vanilla Rye, Whiskey Barrel, Ginger and House flavours. Check out their website for inspiration and tasty cocktail recipes.
Thursday May 4, 2017 6-8 pm at 373 Princeton marks the launch of the Building the Dream Campaign at the Sisters of Jeanne d’Arc Institute.
The event will be comprised of tasting stations from some of Ottawa’s finest restaurants including Thyme & Again, Absinthe, Whalesbone, the Savoy Brasserie, the Albion Rooms, Chez Edgar, Savvy Company, Parkdale Food Centre, La Maison Conroy, Gezellig, Coconut Lagoon, Cococo-Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut, the Ottawa Mission, LDHSS Ravens Culinary from Longfields-Davidson Heights Secondary School, & Beau’s All Natural Brewing Co to name a few.
The annual Parkdale Food Centre Gala combines delightful neighbourhood cuisine featuring some amazing food and beverage partners including Bar Laurel, Absinthe, Allium, Bar Laurel, Dish, Supply & demand, Beyond the Pale, Urban Element, Holland Cake & Shake, Stella Luna and Thyme & Again.
This year, local favourites the Peptides will be taking the stage to ensure everyone is up and dancing.
Don’t miss out on this exciting event, Thursday, June 3rd at the Great Canadian Theatre Company starting at 6:30 pm.
Check out their Eventbrite page here for more information.
Check out Exposure Gallery, Exposure Gallery is a creative collaboration between the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa and Thyme and Again. This space functions not only as a sophisticated gallery space, but also as a restaurant, a gathering space, and a venue for special events. Through this collaboration, we hope to strengthen the existing community and to introduce a new audience to the appreciation of photo-based art. The gallery is located on the top floor of Thyme and Again.
John Healey uses a process that starts with a thin, clear piece of plastic, affixed to the front bumper of his mobile office. The weekly schedule of sales runs across Ontario and Quebec is the collection platform for his new work. Living, breathing insects repeatedly collide en-route, creating a randomly dissociated raw sample, which he transforms into a final, gleaming, abstract image.
These images are the product of a deliberate creative process. His cycle repeats itself through each phase – collection, transformation, realization – each step informed by vision and craft – culminating in a unique work that marries utterly random beginnings with photographic technique and a measured hand.
More information here.
Growing Futures is a collaborative initiative spearheaded by the Parkdale Food Centre that brings local businesses, community partners and young entrepreneurs together to foster a healthier, more resilient next generation. This initiative involves the purchasing of growing towers or walls that can produce healthy greens all year round.
The first phase, a collaboration between local businesses and students, involved the planting, growing and harvesting of fresh produce. The harvested greens are both sold and turned into marketable products, serving as a living lab in entrepreneurship for students who participate in every step of the process! The goal of this program is to not only increase the access to healthy food for people in this community, but to further encourage community collaboration to better fund the future.
Based on the success of this first phase, the community, our Mayor, and local business owners have come together to launch phase two, on April 6th, at the Innovation Centre, where additional partners will be announced. This includes Algonquin College, the Innovation Centre, Tartan Homes, GCTC and many local food partners including Red Apron, Peter Fines Meats, Thyme and Again, Seed to Sausage, Pure Kitchen, The Beckta Group, Absinth and Wellington Gastropub just to name a few. These businesses will come together not only to promote and sell the harvests from these towers but to mentor and partner with the Parkdale Food Centre.
Additionally, two towers will be housed in the lobby of GCTC and sponsored by Tartan Homes with the Fisher park/Summit students continuing to be part of this growing initiative.
More Information here.
Ottawa 2017 Signature Event will showcase Canadian culinary excellence at a 1000-person open-air table on Wellington Street
On August 27th, an exciting dining experience will take place in the shadow of the Parliament buildings! Featuring a collaboration between 10 top local chefs and 10 top chefs from across Canada to create a four course dinner at a 1,000 foot open air table. In celebration of Canada’s 150th, this culinary experience will feature all Canadian products & will use Ottawa’s Sound & Light show as part of the final course.
“We’re excited to share our passion for exceptional food and service with guests at Canada’s Table. We look forward to partnering with Steven Beckta and Executive Chef Michael Moffatt and the talented chefs from across Canada and here in our city. This is a great opportunity for Thyme & Again to collaborate with our community and reinforce the strong support we all have for our local producers.” -Sheila Whyte.
Check out the Ottawa 2017 page on Canada’s Table here.