Julia Vallelunga is the editor and founder of À la mode Montréal. Passionate about decor and travel, she loves discovering great finds around the city. When she can’t find what she’s looking for, she makes it herself! Learn more about her decor tips on her website. You can also find Julia at the Jean-Talon market or in a café in Villeray!
Whether you’ve got an atypical work schedule or you simply want to eat at a restaurant after 10pm, finding one with late opening hours can sometimes be challenging. But that’s not to say there aren’t some great late-night options in Montreal. Here is a list of establishments open late to make your life easier!
While treadmills and free weights can get a bit boring, there are plenty of gyms that offer fitness programs that are out of the ordinary. CrossFit, martial arts, Pilates, boxing, cycling ... here is a list of Montreal fitness centres to discover.
Considered by many Montrealers as the new "it" neighbourhood, Saint-Henri is buzzing. With the Place Saint-Henri, the Lachine Canal and the Atwater Market, Saint-Henri has become a lovely place to visit or live. Here are some restaurants to discover there.
The Hochelaga-Maisonneuve neighbourhood is constantly changing, which means there are, among other things, always some exciting new dining options to explore. The neighbourhood’s main artery, the Promenade Ontario is always buzzing – and with these dining options, worth a visit for lunch alone. Whether you live there or you are passing through, here are some of the great places to enjoy lunch on and around Promenade Ontario.
In addition to its picturesque cobblestone streets and its beautiful heritage buildings, Old Montreal is full of quality restaurants. It has everything to satisfy your taste buds. Here are some places to discover in this area.
Considered the cultural heart of the city, the Quartier des spectacles has become one of the liveliest neighbourhoods in Montreal since the redevelopment of the Place des Festivals. It has eight public spaces that host an average of 40 festivals per year. Here is a list of restaurants where you can enjoy a bite to eat before or after your outing!
When it comes to the dining scene, trendy Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie can hold its own with many of Montreal’s more established neighbourhoods. With the Jean-Talon market, Saint-Laurent Boulevard, Beaubien Street and Plaza St. Hubert, the neighbourhood has no shortage of happening areas, and here are some of the restaurants to discover there.
With its large, beautiful houses and pretty tree-lined streets, Westmount is undoubtedly Montreal's most exclusive neighbourhood. In recent years, many restaurateurs have chosen to open restaurants here, leading to an impressive selection to choose from. Here are some of the restaurants to discover in Westmount!
Located right next to the Jean-Talon market, Villeray is an attractive family-friendly neighbourhood. More and more Montrealers come here to dine out. Here are some good restaurants to discover in the area!
Do you miss summer? Buy some green plants! Indoor plants are ideal for bringing a green touch to your decor. Floral, exotic, depolluting - when it comes to indoor plants, there are plenty of choices. Here are some of places where you can find the most beautiful plants in the Montreal area.
Known as The Main, the Saint-Laurent Boulevard is one of the oldest commercial streets in Montreal. This artery that crosses the city from north to south has been very popular with businesses for a long time, and still is to this day. Here are seven places for dressing yourself from head to toe on The Main! 

Looking for a hat as cold temperatures settle in? Combining style and comfort is possible! Several Montreal shops offer hats that are both attractive and warm. Visit these shops to find your perfect hat so you can enjoy the outdoors.
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