Riviera set to become popular post-work hangout, but don’t call it the new Hy’s

The chefs behind Ottawa’s El Camino and Datsun are bringing classic good food to Sparks Street, or what they’re calling “uptown.” Suits and t-shirts welcome.

The Ottawa culinary heavyweights behind Riviera, Jordan Holley and Matthew Carmichael. Power & Influence Photograph by Jake Wright

By RACHEL AIELLO

PUBLISHED : Monday, July 11, 2016 12:00 AM

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