In Montreal, several of the city's restaurants are aiming to take the grilled cheese sandwich to new culinary heights. This is clearly a boon for the cheese lovers (that's all of us, right?) who get to enjoy these delectable creations. And to help you find your way, we’ve pulled together a list of gooey grillers you won’t want to miss! [photo credit: courtesy Olive et Gourmando]
Opting to have a salad used to mean that you were on a diet, but not anymore! Today there are so many unique combinations and eating salad is now about satisfying a craving, not going on a diet. We love clean eating when it tastes good! [image creditl: iStockphoto]
Every passing year confirms the death of fine dining as we once knew it.  Small, affordable, made-to-share plates have cut across all cuisines and eased their way into the upper echelon of Montreal’s newcomers for 2017.  Fall may be creeping in on us soon, but there’s still plenty of time to try one of our suggestions below – the places that caught our attention, for better or for worse. (Added suggestions by Kelsey Rolfe)
The only thing better than a mouth-watering meal is an endless supply of it. Here are some of the city’s best all-you-can-eat dining spots for anyone who really enjoys good food and getting your money’s worth – so, basically, everyone! [image credit: iStockphoto]
Craving a sweet treat? You could attempt to wait it out, but why would you, when there are so many bakeries offering buttery, flaky, sweet goodness in Montreal? Treat yourself to something special at one of these excellent Montreal bakeries.
We won’t put our heads in the sand: the cupcake now rules over all the other desserts in town. Specialty shops can be found all over Montreal, all aiming at one specific point: serving you the best cupcake in town. You be the judge. What say you? Here is a list of where you can sample those exquisite “baby cakes”. Please enjoy!
You needn’t be living the student life to want to eat inexpensively around the Concordia campus. Whether you're passing through the downtown core, a devoted fan of genre cinema queuing for Fantasia Festival, or simply on a lunch break, here are a few places where you can eat fast and well. [image credit: iStockphoto]
Want to go out on a Sunday night without hurting your wallet? Here are a few hotspots that offer great meals a good price. Ideal for a get together with friends. Start the week off on the right foot.
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!
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