You're thirsty for change – and new cocktails? The team at Boire has prepared a checklist of new bars for you to discover in Montreal in 2016. From cool interiors to creative cocktails and delicious bar snacks, good times await. Santé!
It’s well past midnight, you’re coming back from the bar, an evening with friends, or you’ve been working late ... and you are hungry. No way you’re going to take the time to cook something, and you’ve seen enough frozen meals to last a lifetime. Clearly, you’re headed for a restaurant. But where do you go late at night? Here are some good suggestions to fill your belly when the hour is late.
Want to eat out on a Monday night in Montreal? Careful, you could be looking for a while! Several establishments take Mondays off, so you need to do your research before heading out for dinner. Here is a list of open restaurants for your convenience!
Montreal is an entertainment town, and there's no shortage of homegrown talent or visiting musicians to light up its venues. You should be well-fed, though, to enjoy this musical feast to the max; a drink or two might get you in a festive mood, too. Here are a handful of excellent options for a pre-concert meal. [Image credit: iStock.com/Kevin Miller]
Montreal has no shortage of cozy, craft bars where this marvelous elixir is on tap to quench your thirst. These local microbreweries are just a hop, skip and jump away.
With more than 300 bars and clubs around the city and a dazzling nightlife, Montreal is an exciting place with plenty to keep you busy. For those times when you want to add a little more refinement and elegance to your outing, visiting a wine bar and savouring their cheese is an excellent choice. [Image credit: iStock.com/Anna Pustynnikova]
Can't make it to Munich for Oktoberfest? Don't worry! Microbreweries have flourished around Montreal in recent years. No matter where you are in the city, local artisanal beers are only a few Metro stops away, and well worth discovering! [Image credit: iStock.com/5PH]
When you think of late-night eats, you think of different staples depending on where you are roaming (or drinking) in the city. But instead of the usual pizza, noodles, or poutine, why not try something a little more gourmet? These spots meet our exceptionally high standards for delicious food that is more than just greasy fuel for your belly.
Mexico may seem far – especially when it’s so cold outside – but there is a quick, easy way to visit this sunny country with its unique flavours. Our trick? Dining at authentic Mexican restaurants right here in the city!
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.
The days of Prohibition were an attempt to legislate morality and deemed alcohol as evil. With this came the birth of the speakeasy; hidden bars without signs or visible entrances where people could still enjoy their favourite cocktails. That charm and mystery continues today, and Montreal is a haven! Check out these standout speakeasies hidden away around the city.[Image credit: iStock.com/Jitalia17]
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]
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