I like – no, I should say I love – Portuguese food. It’s like a burst of sunshine in my mouth! Luckily, Montreal has some fantastic establishments that put delicious, authentic Portuguese cuisine on the table for all to try. Start your culinary journey with any of these restos and you’ll be hooked!
Montreal is renowned for its refined dining scene. Are you looking for classic magret de canard in the ambiance of a French bistro-style restaurant? Or do you seek something more extravagant and adventurous, like duck confit served right out of a can? Either way, Montreal is ready and willing to satisfy your fine dining cravings. [Image credit: iStock.com/giovanni1232]
We all want the most for the least, right? Well, here are a few restaurants in Montreal where you’ll actually get more bang for your buck. Get more food – delicious, to boot – at affordable prices in one of these top-rated restaurants.Note that the prices indicated could change with time. [Image credit: iStock.com/Don Bayley]
Summer just doesn't seem to want to leave us this year! Soak up the last few rays of the season or welcome fall by dining out on one of Montreal's top terraces. From authentic pizza al taglio to the freshest oysters you can find, there's a little something for every set of tastes. [Image credit: iStock.com/ShotShare]
Give Dad what he really wants this year – a plate of delicious comfort food and a pint! Here are some of the city’s best places to give your dad the ultimate pub experience this Father’s Day.
Whether you're passing through Lionel-Groulx metro station for work or for play, there's no shortage of great places to grab a bite within a 10-minute walk. Joe Beef was one of the first eateries to set up shop in the area in 2005 and today, over a decade later, the area is thriving. Take a look at some of the delicious options just a stone's throw away from this subway stop.
Travelling these days is no longer just about cutting loose. People want to discover new things, to learn, and above all to experience their holidays with all five of their senses! With this mind, why not combine business with pleasure and plan a little road-trip with a hoppy theme? Well, Ça Brasse has kindly done the hard work for us, with a well-trodden, but oh so appealing first route.
This Father’s Day, forget the gifts. Take Dad out for the best steak in the city instead. Here are some of Montreal's top steakhouses where Dad will find himself savouring the most delicious dish of the year.
For the third year in a row the well-loved YUL EAT Festival will be held at the Quai de l’Horloge in Montreal's Old Port from September 3 to 5. On the menu: special guest speakers, gourmet dinners and brunches, cooking classes and a whole host of activities. All your senses will thank you for being there! Here are a few of our top picks for the event. [Image credit: iStock.com/g-stockstudio]
With several award-winning, innovative cookbooks to his name, François Chartier knows a thing or two about creative cuisine. Here, he kindly provides a guide to some of the most interesting eateries in Montreal, where inventive dishes and unique flavours are sure to please. Prepare to be pleasantly surprised!
Since 1987, the Festival Nuits d’Afrique has been enchanting Montrealers with its unique performances and workshops. Taking place from July 12 to 24, this year’s show features works by local artists as well as talented creators from the Antilles, Africa and Latin America. Take this opportunity to visit African restaurants right here in Montreal.
In its fifth year, Omnivore Montreal will celebrate the “sourcer”, who “works the land, the products and cultivates a healthy and sustainable agriculture.” Several events take place from September the 16th to the 19th at the Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT), including the Omnivorious evening event on the 17th. 14 chefs will be cooking live to music provided by a DJ. Here are the representatives from Montreal.
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