Let’s be honest, the holidays are stressful and when you have family over for a holiday, the stress level tends to increases exponentially. So instead of cooking, prepping and cleaning your house, this Easter why don’t you save yourself the trouble (and stress) and enjoy brunch at one of the many Montreal restaurants serving Easter brunch. [image credit: iStock]
The Centre Bell is part of daily life for Montrealers, tourists and commuters alike. Whether they work nearby, or make a trip for one of the many shows or games hosted there throughout the year, it’s an area that sees a lot of people pass through. Here’s a list of bars and restaurants near the Centre Bell where you can get a great meal or a drink after work or before a show. [Image credit: iStock]
Montréal en Lumière is back for its 18th edition, this time shining the spotlight on the French city of Lyon - one of the world’s premier culinary destinations. A slew of gastronomic events satisfying all tastes, occasions and budgets is slated to kick off on February 23rd. If you feel overwhelmed by the multitude of choices, our curated list is here to help you out. Hurry, some events have already sold out. [Image: iStock]
Looking for a great place to enjoy the big game and chow down? Here are Montreal’s top spots to kick back and watch some hockey, baseball, even the Super Bowl, with a side of mouth-watering chicken wings ready to go! [image credit: iStock]
The 51st Super Bowl will begin broadcasting live from NRG Stadium in Houston at 6:30 pm. This year's game will see Tom Brady and his New England Patriots face off with Matt Ryan at the helm of the Atlanta Falcons, with the added bonus of Lady Gaga at halftime. Here are 15 suggestions for restaurants, bars, and taverns where you can eat, drink and have a solid fun time. Remember to make a reservation. [image credit: iStock]
Hiring a five-star catering service can make your Christmas or New Year's Eve dinner a success. Delight your guests with the delectable dishes offered by these amazing caterers, right here in the city.[Image credit: iStockphoto.com/piotrszczepanekfotoart]
From 3 to 13 November 2016, 150 Montreal restaurants will be taking part in MTLàTABLE, which celebrates its 5th anniversary this year. Thanks to the formula of three courses for $21, $31 or $41, it’s the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and try something new while staying on budget. So without further ado, here’s a guide to what’s on offer (menus are subject to change). [photo credit: Susan Moss]
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.
In what has become an annual tradition, Gourmet Avenue is returning to the heart of the Plateau for a fifth year. You’re hereby invited by a number of restaurateurs for a long walk along Mont-Royal Avenue on the 17th and 18th of September 2016 to taste local and hand-crafted products, chat with the owners and local producers and attend cooking classes! Here are some of the restaurants taking part. 
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.
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