Stephanie is a twenty-something Montreal native, and YP's Montreal City Editor. She loves coming across the city’s many hidden gems while on her never-ending hunt for the perfect burger and/or nautical accessories for her wardrobe and her home. In her spare time, Steph can often be found on a sailboat, cooking up a storm, or attempting to stay fit.
The Formula One Grand Prix weekend is one of Montreal’s most anticipated annual events. There are street festivals, car exhibits and parties that attract tourists and celebrities from around the globe. One of the most famous events is the Crescent Street Festival. Check out these bars close to all the action.
Weekend brunch has become a staple meal throughout the city – a very Montreal tradition, in fact. Folks gather for eggs, bacon, pancakes and crêpes, and many more brunch delicacies at many restaurants around the city. If you’re ready to hop on the brunch bandwagon, here are 20 of places we’d bet the house on.
Montreal is well known for its nightlife and party scene. Naturally, as residents grew tired of regular bars, it was only a matter of time before special themed bars started to open up around town. Whether you’re into retro ’80s vibes, candy, or even partial to bacon, these six hotspots are must-stop themed bars in Montreal.
Whether they’ve had a long day at the office or are ready to get the night started on the right foot, sometimes all Montrealers need is a good stiff cocktail. Here are our picks for the best custom cocktails in Montreal.
Montreal boasts a pretty wild nightlife and you’ll find some cool cocktails at many bars in the city. The mojito is an all-time favourite, adored by many. Here are our picks for the best mojitos in town.
Sure, Montreal is a great place, especially when it comes to dining. But sometimes, it’s just nice to feel like you’re somewhere else (like say, in the dead of winter). These Montreal hotspots will let you travel to someplace else, or to another time. Come for the food and drinks; stay for the amazing décor – these are Montreal’s best themed bars.
St-Henri is one of Montreal’s most up-and-coming areas. The neighbourhood, which once housed the city’s working class, is now filled with condos, industrial lofts and, of course, a slew of trendy local eateries. We’ve rounded up the hippest haunts to grab a bite in this booming part of town.
Montreal patios, most often referred to as "terrasses" by natives, become an integral part of our lifestyle during the summer months. When you’re looking for an oasis in the heart of our busy city, check out these five hidden terrasses in Montreal.
Celebrate good times, come on! Whether it’s a promotion, engagement or simply a great night out with friends, a glass of champagne is a great way to celebrate any occasion. Pay a visit to these top Montreal spots for a good glass of bubbly.
Montreal is worldly renowned for its food and dining culture, as well as its party scene and nightlife. But what happens when you combine both fine dining and all night partying? You get the supper club. Here are the top supperclubs in Montreal.
Known for its world-class restaurants and nightlife, Montreal is a city that is absolutely worth visiting. If you’ve got the budget, planning a high roller stay, or you’re simply feeling a tad luxurious, book your stay at one of these high-end hotels.
Put your party hat on and get ready to paint the town… yellow! From May 1st to May 7th, Veuve Clicquot is once again hosting Yelloweek, a week dedicated to creativity and artistic talent in Montreal. With events taking place at different venues each day of the week, there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate. If you’re a fan of bubbly, order a glass of Veuve at these participating bars; your second one will be free.
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